Southern Style Crochet Bow Pattern

Hi, everyone & welcome! My first tutorial includes steps to make a classic, Southern Style Crochet bow. I have included patterns for micro, baby, small, medium and large bows! I hope you all enjoy!

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Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn (I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby)
  • G hook, 4.25mm (Boye is my go-to hook)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needleTime: About 30 minutes

Stitches:

  • chain stitch
  • slip stitch
  • half double crochet, back loop only (HDC BLO)

*If you wish to have a bow without ridges, use HDC.


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SMALL BOW: 

The small bow is my “go to” bow. It works great on a hat, bonnet, nylon or a crochet headband. I also use this size for most ombrés, princess bows, ribbon, lace and burlap bows.

  • Chain 31Join last stitch with first stitch by using  a slip stitch as shown below.Crochet 10 rounds of HDC BLO.I do NOT chain one before going into the first stitch.
  • I work in a continuous round.
  • Slip stitch into last stitch to finish.
  • Sew in ends.Tie together and add to desired headband, clip, hat, bonnet or dress!Weight:
  • 13 grams/0.5 ounces

Measurements: 

  • 4″ W x 3.5″ H


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BABY BOW:

The Baby Bow is a great size for new babes-12 months!

  • Chain 25
  • Join last stitch with first stitch by using a slip stitch.
  • Crochet 9 rounds of HDC BLO.
  • I do not chain one before going into the first stitch.
  • Slip stitch into last stitch to finish.
  • Sew in ends.
  • Tie together and add to desired headband, clip, hat, bonnet or dress!_______________

MICRO BOW:

The micro bow works great on clips or ponytail holders!

  • Chain 22
  • Join last stitch with first stitch using a slip stitch.
  • HDC, BLO 7 rounds.
  • I do not chain one before going into the first stitch.
  • Slip stitch into last stitch to finish.
  • Sew in ends.
  • Tie together and add to desired headband, clip, hat, bonnet or dress!

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Medium & Large Bows:

Chain 35 for medium, 13 rounds of HDC, BLO

Chain 40 for large, 14 rounds of HDC, BLO

  • Large is best to attach to a crochet band vs. nylon, clip or elastic because of the weight of the bow.

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  • All photos are copyrighted. Do not use my photos for product listings under any circumstance.
  • Do not copy, share, sell or readjust pattern.
  • If you wish to share this pattern, please link back to this page.
  • You may sell products made from my patterns. I do ask that you credit my blog on your Etsy/websites as well as on all social media outlets by tagging me on Instagram @southerndaycrochet & on Facebook (Southern Day Crochet). Please use #southerndaycrochet for a chance to be featured on my Instagram as well! I love seeing your work!!
  • It has taken years of time and effort to develop my patterns so please be respectful and do not copy my patterns and/or designs and claim them as your own.

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I hope you found this tutorial helpful. Thank you for taking the time to check it out! Please email me with questions or comments. Happy bow making & God bless!

Xo,

Kimberly

“She seeks wool and flax & works with willing hands.” Proverbs 31:13

(Originally posted January 4th, 2017)

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10 thoughts on “Southern Style Crochet Bow Pattern

  1. Olá Kimberly! Sou do Brasil e acompanho seu maravilhosos trabalhos pelo Instagram e Facebook… definitivamente seu trabalho é perfeito!
    Amei o blog e acompanho sempre!
    Sucesso! Que Deus abençoe cada vez mais suas mãos! 😻

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  2. Amazing!! My favourite bows 😊

    Do you have measurements or gauge? I crochet quite tight and dont seem to look as fab as yours.

    Many thanks 😊

    Like

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