How To Crochet A Tiny Bow
These super cute tiny bows are crocheted in one piece and take about a minute to make.
Change the yarn weight and hook size to make your bow smaller or bigger. I used double knit yarn when I made the bow for Harriet The Horse Lovey, but in this tutorial, I used a thicker yarn and bigger crochet hook so you can see the details better.
Use these tiny bows as appliques for headbands, baby blankets, hats, bags or amigurumi toys.
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- 7cm wide
- crochet appliques
- pink & blue
- 5mm crochet hook
- tapestry needle with an eye big enough to fit your yarn
Written in US terms.
Tiny Bow Crochet Pattern
The Bow Base
This is a very simple pattern, it is all crocheted in one row inside the same chain.
Round 1: ch5, 4tr in the 5th ch from the hook (mentioned as 5th ch from now on) , ch4, sl st in the 5th ch, ch4, 4tr in the 5th ch, ch4, sl st in the 5th ch, fasten off, leave a long loop
The Middle Part Of The Bow
Wrap the small tail around the middle of the bow, then use the long tail and wrap it around the middle of the bow 10 times.
Thread the end though the darning needle and make a few stitches around the loops at the back to secure them.
Use the remaining tail to attach the bow to your project, or weave it in if you are not going to use it.
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