Southern Belle + Baby Belle Bow Patterns


  • Worsted Wight Yarn.. I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby. You can crochet with one color, two colors for a two toned look or multiple colors for vertical stripes! I make them using cotton yarn as well. šŸƒ
  • G Hook (4.25mm)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn/tapestry needle
  • Nylon headband or elastic to attach the bow to.

Stitches:Chain Stitch (CS)

  • Half Double Crochet (HDC)
  • Single Crochet (SC)
  • Slip Stitch

Notes:I work in a continuous round.

  • I donot chain one before going into the next stitch.
  • We will complete 25 CS, 16 total rounds of HDC & one round of SC, all containing 25 stitches each.
  • For this tutorial, we will complete a two toned bow. For a solid bow, chain 25, 16 rounds of HDC & one round of SC with no color change.

Pattern:Chain 25

  • Join last stitch with first stitch by using Ā a slip stitch.
  • Crochet 8 rounds of HDC with first color.
  • Work in a continuous round. Do not chain one to begin a new round.
  • Do a color change at the end of the 8th round and continue working 8 additional rounds of HDC with second color.
  • Finish by completing one round of SC around the 16th round of HDC.
  • Slip stitch into the last stitch and sew in the ends.
  • Cut long piece of yarn.
  • Turn bow horizontally. Pinch the center & tie in between the two colors.
  • Attach to headband.
  • I recommend nylon or elastic for this bow. It is a heavier bow and needs support.


  • Approximately 5″ W x 3.75″ H


  • Acrylic: 18 grams/0.6 ounces
  • Cotton:19 grams/0.7 ounces

I used Blue & Yellow Yarn to complete this Dory Inspired Bow! The button can be found at Hobby Lobby. šŸ’™šŸ’›

I used I Love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby for the bow pictured above.


Baby Belle Bow Pattern:Chain 20

  • Join last stitch with first stitch by using a slip stitch.
  • Complete 12 rounds of HDC (6 rounds of each color for two-toned version).
  • Finish with one round of SC & a slip stitch.
  • Sew in ends.
  • Cut a long piece of yarn.
  • Turn bow horizontally and pinch between the colors… use yarn to tie around bow.
  • Attach to desired headband with excess yarn.


  • 4″ W x 3″ H


  • 12 grams/0.4 ounces


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Please contactĀ southerndaycrochet@hotmail.comĀ with questions or comments or leave them below. As always, THANK YOU for your support and for checking out this tutorial! I hope you found it helpful. Happy bow making!! šŸŽ€


One thought on “Southern Belle + Baby Belle Bow Patterns

  1. Love this tutorial. Do you have any tips on how to get the two pieces together and looking neat like yours? I’m using caron simply soft and it’s turning out really thick. Any help is appreciated.


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