How to crochet "Sugar Baby Roses Scrunchies"

Updated: Feb 13, 2020

Are you looking for a new scrunchie crochet pattern?! Especially one that will be perfect for valentines day or even a dance recital?! This crochet scrunchie pattern is just what you are looking for! This pattern has options for 2 Dozen, 1 Dozen, or half dozen roses!

crochet scrunchie pattern sugar baby roses

Not only is this a perfect way to add an elegant touch to your hair but this scrunchie also works great as a corsage, bracelet, and as decor around things like mason jars or candlesticks!


In Orchid and Bee's most recent Newsletter readers had the opportunity to complete a section of the pattern and post to the page to win a FREE PDF of this pattern!


Also participants were entered into a drawing for a Clover Hook G 4mm! The drawing was held on Wednesday afternoon 2/5/2019! Congratulations goes out to Siccily B. and Patricia K. Here are some of the photos from the entries!



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Photo submitted by Amulya Prakash

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Photo submitted by Alma Jones Harper

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Photo submitted by Tanya Person




















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Photo submitted by Siccily Burrows

They are all so gorgeous if I do say so myself! Those that tried out this pattern said that they loved this pattern and that it was fast, fun, and easy! So I am sure you will fall in love with this pattern too!


If you find yourself wanting these in bulk but do not have the time or desire to make them there is info at the bottom of this blog for where you can order some pre-made!


All Newsletter Subscribers got early access to this pattern and as I said before they also got the chance to win the PDF ad free version of this pattern plus a chance to win a clover hook!


If you are not a Newsletter Subscriber but would like to become one you can do so by going to the homepage at www.OrchidandBees.com and clicking subscribe!


Have you seen enough and had enough of my blibber blabber lol ?! Are you ready to give this pattern a go? Well lets get started!


“ Sugar Baby Roses Scrunchie” Crochet Pattern

Material / Special Info:

  1. Worsted weight #4 - Color of Choice

  2. Hook - G or 4mm

  3. Needle

  4. Scissors

  5. Hair Elastic (aka ponytail holder/hair tie/hair binder, etc)

Stitches:

  • Ch - chain

  • Sc - single crochet

  • Sl st - slip stitch

  • Hdc - half double crochet

  • Dc - double crochet

  • * * - repeat *to*

  • Sts - stitches

  • Chs - chains

  • #st - complete # number of sts in same space

  • St # - complete stitch in next # number of spaces

Skill Level / Language - Beginner/Intermediate. If you are unsure of any stitches, YouTube is a great resource! American Standard Terms are used throughout the pattern.

Pattern Info - This pattern is easy to customize and adjust to your preferences! You can add or subtract the number of roses to get the look at you like! These work up in less than 30 minutes! Enjoy!


Pattern Instructions

*beginning chains do not count as a st

*there are 3 options below for 24, 12 or 6 roses on the scrunchie but you can add or subtract as many as desired. Each rose uses 2 stitches, so to reduce the number you can sl st into as many stitches in between each rose as desired to spread your roses out

*the tighter you crochet the better for this pattern, the roses will be more compact and more defined with tighter tension


2 Dozen Roses Scrunchie:

Begin: Join yarn around elastic hair elastic, ch 1. *See photo below diagram

Row 1: Sc 48 sts around elastic band, sl st to join. (48st) *you will need to stretch the band a little to get all 48 stitches on, see photos below

Row 2: Ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st, *sl st in next st, ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st* repeat 22 more times, fasten off. (24 roses) *see diagram for assistance



*To see example for a single rose that you will be making in row 2, see the last two photos in the photo grid



This is what all 2 Dozen (24 roses) will look like when completed. The tight little spirals give you the perfect miniature rose look!

If you would like to make it with 1 Dozen roses here are the steps....


1 Dozen Roses Scrunchie:

Begin: Join yarn around elastic hair elastic, ch 1.

Row 1: Sc 48 sts around elastic band, sl st to join. (48st) *you will need to stretch the band a little to get all 48 stitches on

Row 2: Ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st, sl st next stitch, *ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st, sl st in next st* repeat 10 more times, fasten off. (12 roses) *you will be leaving the rest of the stitches from row 1 unworked, see photo examples below


The 1 Dozen roses will all be on one side of the elastic, this makes it a little easier to wrap around the hair a couple times and still be able to spread the roses out a little. Perfect for thinner shorter hair!


rose scrunchie crochet pattern
Photo Submitted by Jean Hart

If you need something even more petite for smaller children/toddlers then the half dozen rose option will be perfect for you! Here are the steps for the half dozen option...


Half Dozen Roses Scrunchie:

Begin: Join yarn around elastic hair elastic, ch 1.

Row 1: Sc 48 sts around elastic band, sl st to join. (48st) *you will need to stretch the band a little to get all 48 stitches on

Row 2: Ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st, *sl st in next st, ch 7, 4hdc in 2nd ch from hook, 4hdc in next 5 chs, sl st to join in next st*, repeat 4 more times, fasten off. (6 roses) *you will be leaving the rest of the stitches from row 1 unworked, see photo below


After you have completed your scrunchie you may want to add a few embellishments! And if you are going to use this as a corsage or as decor then this will definitely give it that extra special touch! You can choose either a wider leave for a more plush look or a thinner leaf for a more dainty look. Here is how to add some leaves to your rose bouquets...


Wide Leaf Option 1: Green or color of choice - make as many as desired

Begin: Ch 7

Row 1: Sl st in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, 2dc, 2dc, hdc, sc, ch 2, sl st in 2nd ch, continue around to unworked side of beginning chain, sc, hdc, 2dc, 2dc, hdc, sl st, sl st to join, fasten off. Tie tails in a knot, use a needle to sew in between roses where desired, tie off and trim. (8st)

Photo submitted by Jean Hart

Slim Leaf Option 2: Green or color of choice - make as many as desired

Begin: Ch 7

Row 1: Sl st in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, 2dc, 2dc, hdc, sc, fasten off, tie tails in a knot, use a needle to sew in between roses where desired, tie off and trim. (8st)



Photo Submitted by Jean Hart

Here is an example of how both the leaves look when sewn into the roses.



Photo submitted by Jean Hart

And WAH LAH! You have just completed the "Sugar Baby Roses Scrunchie!" I hope you enjoyed this pattern as much as I did, the website subscribers did and as the Orchid and Bee's VIP Members did! Here are a couple more shots by some VIP members wearing them!


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Photo submitted by Deirdre Lynn Bell Walker






rose scrunchie crochet pattern
Photo Submitted by Julie Lee

I hope to hear your stories and see your photos of you enjoying these too and those that you bless them with as well! Please feel free to share your stories in the comment section of this blog post or you can join us in the Orchid and Bee's VIP group and share your stories and photos there!


If you would like to purchase the ad free paid PDF version you can get it in the Ravelry and/or Etsy Shop!


I know some of you would prefer to order these ALREADY made! Maybe you have a wedding coming up and you need corsages, centerpieces, or for the bridesmaids hair?


Or some of you are dance team, cheer squad, girl scout moms and need them in bulk but do not have the time to make them...


Or you just do not like to make these ha ha and want someone else to do it for you... You are just in luck! I know a few people who make these! You may contact them via the information below to find out how to order!


*Disclaimer I have not personally purchased from the individuals below, I am simply sharing information as to who I am aware of that sells these. It is your responsibility to vet anyone that you do business with.


Julie Lee - Kentucky Jleecrochetorders@gmail.com U.S. Shipping


Felicia Carney - Ohio

Carney's Crafts https://www.etsy.com/shop/CarneysCrafts... Facebook: feliciarafts fdross92@gmail.com U.S. Shipping


Pamela Haught - Kansas

MrsCrochetPants Facebook: MrsCrochetPants Instagram: MrsCrochetPants Email: mrscrochetpants@gmail.com Will ship worldwide


Amulya Prakash - India

The crochet Express Instagram: www.instagram.com/thecrochetexpress Ships within India


Deanna Hill - Georgia ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeasCreations Instagram: Deannascreations15 Shipping: Within the US.

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Blessings,

Karen E.

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