Carolina Bow Pattern

I love anything using the knit stitch.. especially a quick project! Grab a bit of yarn, hook & headband & make this cutie in under thirty minutes!!

  • Please be respectful of the time I’ve invested in this tutorial/design. Do not claim it as your own & credit my blog when posting on social media. Thank you!

Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn. Cotton yarn works nicely as well!
  • G Hook (4.25 mm)
  • Nylon headband or something to attach the bow to.
  • Tapestry/yarn needle 
  • Scissors 

Notes:

  • Work in a continuous round
  • Do not chain one to begin a new round

Stitchs:

  • Chain stitch
  • Slip stitch
  • HDC
  • 3rd Loop HDC (knit stitch)

Pattern:

  • Chain 25
  • Slip stitch into 1st chain to create a circle
  • Round 1: HDC around the chain for a total of 25 stitches
  • Rounds 2-7: Complete 6 rounds of 3rd Loop HDC
  • (Crochet 7 rounds for a fuller look or 5 if you wish the bow to be a bit smaller)
  • Sew in ends
  • Cut a long piece of yarn
  • Pinch the center of the bow… use yarn to tie around bow & wrap excess yarn around the bow & headband. Sew in ends.
  • That’s it! 🎀

Measurements:

  • 3.25″ W x 2.25″ H

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Thanks for checking out the tutorial! I hope it was helpful. Please email me at thebowblog@hotmail.com with questions or comments or simply comment below!

Xo,

Kim 🎀

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