Crochet Daisy Hair Tie

My daughter loves the crochet hair ties that I make for her. She needed some new ones for spring so first I made her a Ladybug Hair Tie. For her second springtime hair tie we decided to go with this crochet daisy hair tie.

This pattern takes a little more time than some of my other hair ties do because there are a lot of pieces to sew together. I still consider it a pretty simple project, and it doesn’t use much yarn.

Daisy Hair Tie 

Materials: 4.5 mm crochet hook 

                    White yarn 

                    Orange yarn 

                    Red yarn 

                    Purple yarn 

                    Pink yarn 

                    Green yarn 

                    Light pink yarn 

                    Light purple yarn 

                    Light blue yarn 

                    Yellow yarn 

                    Light green yarn 

                    Blue yarn 

                    Yarn needle 

                    Hair elastic 


(in blue) make a magic ring 

Round 1: 6 sc inside ring, sl st to first sc, ch1 

Round 2: 2 sc in each stitch around, sl st to first sc, ch 1 

Round 3:  (2 sc in first stitch, sc in next stitch) repeat around 

Round 4: (in white) ch 1, (2 sc in first stitch, sc in next 2 stitches) repeat around, sl st to first sc and fasten off 

Petals (make one in red, orange, purple, pink, green, light pink, light purple, light blue, yellow, light green) 

Ch 7 

Row 1: sc in second chain, sc in next chain, hdc in next 2 chains, sc in last 2 chains 

Row 2: (working on opposite side of chain) sc in first 2 chains, hdc in next 2 chains, sc in last 2 chains, sl st to first sc 

Row 3: (in white) 2 sc in first stich, sc in next 4 stitches, 2 sc in next 2 stitches, sc in next 4 stitches, 2 sc in last stitch, join to first sc, fasten off leaving a tail for sewing. 

Sew the petals to the center and attach the daisy to a hair elastic. 

My daughter loves her new hair tie. She has been wearing it to all of her Girl Scout meetings.

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