Crochet Bow Hair Tie

This free crochet pattern for a crochet bow hair tie is a quick project that can be made using leftover yarn from other projects.

With all the different hair ties I have made for my daughter, I’m surprised I never got around to making a simple bow sooner. This crochet bow hair tie is an easy way to dress up a boring ponytail.

This project works up super quick. The bow itself is just a small rectangle made up of single crochet. I used pink yarn for this project because it’s my daughter’s favorite. These bows are a great way to use up all the scraps of yarn leftover from other projects. I used a button for the center of my bow, but you can also leave it plain.

Crochet Bow Hair Tie 

Materials: 5.5 mm crochet hook 

                    Any color yarn 

                    Yarn needle 

                    Hair elastic 

Ch 15 

Row 1: sc in each chain across, ch 1 and turn 

Rows 2-9: sc in each stitch across, ch 1 and turn 

Row 10: sc in each stitch across, fasten off 

Wrap yarn tightly around the middle of the rectangle and tie it in the back.  Be sure to leave long enough ends to attach the hair tie. 

Sew a button to the middle of the bow.

Attach a hair tie to the back of the bow.

This project was so quick and easy that I plan on making them in lots of different colors for my daughter to wear.

If you are liked this project you might also enjoy my patterns for a Unicorn Hair Tie, or my Ladybug Hair Tie.