This Yolanda Bandana is a vintage inspired accessory made with fingering weight yarn and an intricate lace pattern to give it a light and airy feel.
The scarf's main pattern is worked by using a technique called filet crochet where a design is added to a crocheted fabric by working open and closed 'blocks' of stitches.
This versatile crochet bandana pattern is suitable for men and women with long hair and can be adapted to all seasons by varying the type of yarn. A crochet bandana or head scarf is an ideal hair accessory for travelers.
The multi-colored bandana featured here is a blend of cotton, silk and wool. A solid color also looks good. A practical feature of this textured crochet bandana is that it is worked from the lower tip and therefore extra rows can be added if necessary.
Over the years, slouchy hats have become one of my favorite projects to crochet. They are fun to wear, gift, donate, and sell! I prefer to crochet my slouchy hats from the bottom-up, and in this tutorial I'm going to share how to cinch a bottom-up slouchy hat closed. This simple tutorial will help make your hats slouchier and cozier. I'll share how to cinch a crochet slouchy hat closed in five easy steps… and one of the steps is optional, and the other one you have to do anyway to finish your project. It's that easy!
Crochet bandanas are so trendy at the moment! This vintage take on the crochet bandana is perfect for the advanced beginner looking to practice (or learn) C2C pattern. This works up quickly and easily, making it a nice meditative project.
Crochet your own vintage inspired, 70s aesthetic hair scarf bandana! This pattern uses DC clusters and granny stitches to give all the retro vibes.