Sedona Bow Pattern

Hi, friends! Thanks for stopping by. I thought I’d share the sweet and simple Sedona Bow pattern with you all. It’s great for Spring and Summer adventures and super quick to make! Hope you enjoy..


  • G Hook (4.00 mm Clover Hook)
  • Cotton Yarn (I use I Love This Cotton, less than one skein needed)
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle


  • We will be using the houndstooth/griddle stitch for this bow. This stitch alternates between DC & SC, creating a bumpy texture.
  • Begin and end with DC.
  • Do not Ch 1 to begin the 2nd row. This will give the edge a nice clean, crisp look


  • Ch (chain)
  • Ch St (chain st)
  • SC (single crochet)
  • DC (double crochet)


  • Ch 45
  • Row 1: DC into 3rd ch from hook, SC in next, DC in next, continue alternating between DC and SC until you reach the end of the ch for 43 st. You will end with DC. Turn work. Do not ch 1.
  • Row 2: *DC, SC, DC* for 43st.
  • Sl st to finish. Sew in ends and trim with scissors.
  • Lay bow flat and tie together as shown in photos below.
  • Attach headband or clip. Click here for nylon headband tutorial.
  • That’s it!

Chain 55 and complete a 3rd row for a larger bow.

SC around bow for a larger look also! Make sure to complete 2 SC in each corner st so that the ends do not curl.


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Thanks for trying my pattern!!



This bow was named after Sedona, Arizona. A gorgeous, scenic destination that provided much inspiration for recent projects! Check it out if you’re ever in the area!!


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