The cutest bow accessory with chunky bobble stitches. This bow is perfect for using up leftover yarn and trust me, you’ll want one in every color.
Size I 5.5mm hook - or size needed to obtain gauge
Large eye tapestry needle
Worsted weight yarn (Recommended: Caron One Pound)
2.25" Nickle Aligator Clip
Hot glue (recommended: Gorilla Glue for plastic and metal)
Design is worked in rows
Any worsted weight yarn can be substituted
5” wide x 3” tall
Row 1: beg in 2nd ch from hk, sc15 in the back ridge of ch, ch1, turn
Row 2: *sc1, bo1* rep 3x, sl st4, *bo1, sc1* rep 3x, ch1, turn (6 bo, 6sc, 4 sl st) -Fig. A
Row 3: sc6, sl st4, sc6, ch1, turn (16 sc, 4 sl st) -Fig. B
Row 4: rep row 2
Row 5: rep row 3
Row 6: rep row 2
Row 7: rep row 3
Row 8: rep row 2
Row 9: rep row 3 -Fig. C
Fasten off; weave in ends. -Fig. D
-Cut a piece of yarn (use the same color as bow or a contrasting color) that is 4’ in length.
-Tie yarn tightly around bow then begin wrapping. -Fig. E
-Once you feel the band is complete you will attach the end to the back of the bow with a knot.
Use a hot glue gun to attach your clip to the back of the bow. -Fig. F
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