DaisyDo Ponytail Holder

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DaisyDo Ponytail Holder Pattern

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Crocheting: DaisyDo Ponytail Holder
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sl st, sc, hdc, dc

Pattern Description:

I have been making flower hair clips and have had friends clip them to ponytails. It dawned on me that I could crochet around a hair elastic and make ponytail holders too! Here is a pattern for a fun crochet flower with attached ponytail holder. There are so many GREAT possibilities for this flower. Make it a daisy, make it patriotic, use your favorite colors and fun buttons!
I have included pictures to help with bits where I wanted more explanation, but this is a pretty easy pattern.

I would love to see what you make with this flower! Maybe even a picture in your hair. :) Visit me on Facebook. www.facebook.com/simplysophistikated

Please remember that you may sell your finished product, but do not sell my pattern, or alter it and call it your own. This is pattern is copyrighted to Simply SophistiKated. Thanks!! :)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Flower is approx. 4 inches around

Materials:

  • I love this Cotton
  • Lily Sugar N Cream
  • H crochet hook
  • yarn needle

You Will Also Need:

  • button

About Designer

About Designer

Kate Marshall on craftsy.com

I learned to crochet when I was younger, but as many young girls, I didn't continue. After I graduated from college I started crocheting again and fell in love! I love creating amazing works of art, I love the feeling I have when I finish a project, I love the smile I get when I give someone a handmade present! Now, I'm starting to write some patterns and I hope that I can help you bring a ...

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