This week’s Crafty Friday tutorial is extra special as it’s also Laura’s birthday (yay! 🍰) birthdays – as well as Christmas – are the perfect excuse for making some fabulous handmade gifts.
You’ll find a number of handmade gift ideas in our Crafty Friday posts; including this one!
This week we wanted to show you how to make these beautiful Crochet Bow Hairclips. They are so easy to make – a perfect project for any crochet beginner – and they look super sweet! You make them using any left-over yarn, so the cost really is minimal.
For this tutorial you’ll need to know how to Chain Stitch (C) and Half Treble Crochet (Htr). If you’re not sure, follow the tutorial below and refer to the images or look out for our handy Youtube tutorial coming soon to our Channel.
What You Will Need:
How To Make A Crochet Bow Hairclip:
To make our Crochet Bow Hair Clips we used our New Fashion 100% Acrylic Yarn (£2.20 - 100g Ball) we also used Katia Cotton (£3.20 - 50g Ball) as well as True Blue Indigo Dyed Cotton (£2.15 – 50g Ball.)
We hope you enjoyed this little tutorial and (as always :-)) we’d love to see any that you have made too, so feel free to send those to us via social media or our email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Crafting and Weekend-ing!
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