This kerchief is a popular type of head wrap that we don't see often enough in crochet. This one is worked using the unique crocodile stitch that is fun to play with and one that makes a great thick head wrap.
This Brynn Kerchief Bandana adds a touch of unique boho-flair to any hairstyle. From short to long hair to straight, curly, or even locs, a kerchief will instantly upgrade your look.
Plus, it's the perfect accessory for disguising a bad hair day. These little cuties are quick to make and are great for using up small bits of yarn in your stash.
This Granny Stitch Crochet Kerchief Pattern can be worked up in any yarn and hook size. It's a simple one-row repeat making it super easy to adjust the size as needed from child to adult.
This granny kerchief is started at the bottom point and worked up making a few increases in each row to give you that triangle. It's tied at the back with tie strings for a comfortable fit.
This pattern is called the Summer Picot Crochet Head Kerchief because it is perfect for the summer! It is lightweight, but it also has a pretty picot border around it. And of course, one can use it in spring and fall, too.
This is a pattern for you to make a crochet kerchief or headscarf. It features cluster stitches in sets to look like flowers that have folded their petals. It is worked in a triangle from the bottom up. The ties are worked as one piece with the kerchief; being added on the edging round.
Summer is for days in the sun and road trips with the top down. Enjoy it all with your hair tied back with this beautiful lace crochet hair kerchief! Going to a festival this summer? Channel a vintage vibe with this crochet head kerchief! It's a quick finish project too and only takes one ball of yarn.