A Crochet Pattern For A Cute Hello Kitty Bow
1 skein of worsted acrylic yarn in red F size crochet hook Yarn needle Headband or Hair clip
Abbreviationssc = single crochet st = stitch bst =back stitch rnd = entire round dec = decrease stitch inc = increase stitch sl st= slip stitch (# st) = # number of stitches in the row
PatternIn this pattern we use a crocheting technique called the Magic Circle as well as some basic crochet stitches. Please familiarize yourself with these techniques before continuing. There are many crocheting tutorials available on the web and on YouTube that are readily available. We have listed a few helpful reference links at the end of this pattern. Bow: <Using the red colour yarn and F size crochet hook> <Make two of these> Foundation chain 12 st Row 1: sc st, sc st rnd the foundation chain (25) Row 2: inc1, 11 sc st, inc1, 5 sc st, 5 sc bst (27) Row 3: inc1 bst, inc1 bst, 12 sc bst, inc1 bst, inc1 bst, 6 sc bst, 6 sc st (31) Row 4: (inc1 3 times, 12 sc st)* repeat* (37) Row 5: (inc1 5 times, 6 sc st, dec1, dec1, 5 sc st)* repeat* (43) Row 6: (inc1 6 times, 6 sc st, dec1, dec1, 6 sc st)* repeat* (51) Row7: 50 sc st, sl st (51) Bow Center: <Using the red colour yarn and F size crochet hook> <Make two of these> Magic circle 5 st Row 1: inc1 every stitch (10 st) Row 2: sc st rnd (10 st) Row 3: inc1 every stitch (20 st) Row 4: sc st rnd (20 st)
AssemblyAfter making two bows, you can start assembling the Hello Kitty bow. Take each bow front side out and start sewing the edges together. You can also crochet the ends together using a single crochet stitch if you want as well. We did this with our Hello Kitty bow. This will give it a nice seamless finished edge look. Now take the two Bow Centers and sew them to the center of your bow. You have now finished your very own Hello Kitty bow! Attach your Hello Kitty bow to a comfy headband or a hair clip and you're ready to show off your cute creation! [caption id="attachment_1557" align="aligncenter" width="604"] Crochet Hello Kitty bow[/caption]
Helpful ReferencesAmigurumi for Beginners: http://www.allaboutami.com/tips Lotsa helpful tips and tricks all organized in one place by our friend and fellow amigurumi enthusiast Stephanie of AllAboutAmi. And while you're there check out here awesome and cute amigurumi/crochet creations!
Amigurumi for Beginners videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEzxrs--gHA Andrea Lemire from Lion Brand Yarn Studio explains what is amigurumi and how to get started. A very helpful video providing tips and tricks along the way.
This free pattern is for personal use only. Please do not sell completed work using this pattern or distribute this pattern for sale. If you would like to repost this pattern please reference and cite momomints as the original source, linking back to this post. Hello Kitty is copyrighted by Sanrio Co., LTD. Thank you! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------We'd love to see all your cute crochet Hello Kitty bows! Please feel free to share your creations and tag us on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram: @momomintsshop #momomints #momoHKbow #momoDIY. We look forward to seeing them! Happy Crafting! ~Marissa & Sami