In this post we share a lovely selection of crochet hair clip patterns and ideas to use up your leftover yarn. On the last page of each issue of Crochet Now Magazine Lynne Row of www.thewoolnest.blospot.co.uk shares a little project to use up your leftover yarn.
We thought we’d hunt out a few fun hair accessory ideas from talented crochet bloggers around the world. Litt hair clips, bows and bobbles make lovely gifts or stocking fillers – you could even make some to sell at a summer or Christmas craft fair.
In Issue 4 of Crochet now Lynne has shared this pretty pattern to make up some simple little flowers which would be great to cheer up a coat or bag as a brooch or attached to a ponytail band as a pretty hair accessory. Issue 4 is available to order from www.moremags.com/crocheting or you can get a digital version of the magazine, available in loads of different formats here – Crochet Now Digital Issues
Crochet Hair Clips, Bows, Band and Bobble Ideas
This bow pattern is by Jess of Craftiness is Not Optional – she says “Glue a clip on them and attach it to the nearest kiddo and tada! Instant adorableness and cute-osity. They would make rad bow ties, too, for those of you who have boys”
See this post from Tangled Happy Blog on how to attach the clips.
We found the pattern for this pretty Grecian style crochet headband on the blog Creative Yarn
You can also make the above pattern with a bow!
These are such simple little flowers to crochet and it’s so easy to usea drop of glue and affix them to a little plain hairclip. The pattern for the flowers can be found on Sarah’s blog Anaboo’s House
This cute crochet project can be found on Janette’s blog The Green Dragonfly – she says “I admit it, I love crochet hair ties. These frilly little flowery ties are quick and easy, not to mention a lovely burst of colour.”
This little hair garland band would be perfect for a little girl or even for wedding hair. It’s so feminine and the free pattern can be downloaded on the Stitch & Unwind Blog