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3 in 1 crochet bow ~ (Part of create a Chiq headband of your own)

This is an example of a 1 ply bow
Add it to a purse, headband, ect!

Skill level Easy


and 4 ply yarn ( use 2 or 3 ply to make smaller for children. Also try it in all SC for a bow that is half the size!)
Size H hook and size E Hook
Yarn needle
For this pattern Ch1 at the beginning of each row ( will count as a step up but not a stitch
1st Bow
With size H hook chain 11
Row 1-HDC in 2nd CH from the hook and in each chain ( 10hdc)
Row 2- HDC DEC, HDC in next 8, HDC DEC
Row 3- HDC DEC, HDC in the next 6, HDC DEC
Row 4- HDC DEC, HDC in the next 4 , HDC DEC
Row 5 -HDC DEC, HDC in the next 2, HDC DEC
Row 6- 2 HDC DEC
Row 7,8- 2 HDC in each total of 2
* here is where want to increase we are half way done!!
Row 9-  2 HDC in each ( 4)
Row 10- 2 HDC in the first, HDC in the next 2, 2HDC in the last
Row 11- 2 HDC in the first, HDC in the next 4, 2HDC in the last
Row 12- 2 HDC in the first, HDC in the next 6, 2HDC in the last
Row 13- 1 HDC in each

To make the center part
Ch 5, HDC in 2nd Ch from the hook and HDC for a total of four.
for the next 7 to 9 rows ( depends on yarn and gauge and how many bows you will put together) HDC 4 in each row. sew together around the center of your bow or bows!

This is a hot off the hook BOW, It's just about spring so I chose some colors that make me think of  flowers.  Make them for every season and to make your favorite outfits! 
This is a 2 in 0ne or 2 ply bow! to make the small bow follow the pattern above with a size E crochet hook.

Give your bow some depth and do 3!!!!
To make the smallest bow

Follow the above directions with the E hook but only ch 9 to start with. ( 8 hdc in first row)

Will you use your bow for some Chiq Giftwrap? Will you add it to a headband ( ) ?
Will you add it to a purse, or a granny square? Comment below!


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