This Windy Day Bandana is lightweight, soft and perfect for keeping those flyaway hairs under control. You can wear this with your hair up in a ponytail or messy bun, or with your hair down.
The design has a wider width main band that wraps securely around the head. The band has some extra length too to make it easier to tie to keep it in place at the back of the head.
You can even tie it once around the back of the head and once around your ponytail. Then you can easily tuck the tip of the triangle section into the tie to keep it in place.
Now you do not need to hide your messy buns while keeping your head warm in the cold. With this pretty pink messy bun hat, you can proudly flaunt your bun hairstyles and look super stylish and cute with it. The lovely hat has been crocheted in pink and purple and you can choose any of your favorite color combinations for it.
"I've had so many crocheters reach out to tell me that they LOVED my Chevron Peaks Slouch. I was pleasantly shocked because it was one of those designs that I really didn’t think would garner much attention. All of the positive messages I received were the reason I used the same technique for the argyle stocking and argyle beanie, slouch and messy bun. After making the argyle beanie, slouch and messy bun I realized that by removing a couple of stitches, it created a nice, even diamond design. So that's where inspiration for this one came from. I've got a couple more fun designs coming your way with this technique too! "
What could be cozier than a buffalo plaid winter hat? Learn how to crochet in plaid from Whistle and Ivy's tutorial series, which includes the messy bun hat, an infinity scarf, and boot cuffs!
Instead of a large or elastic opening, this pattern weaves ribbon through the stitches so you can cinch up the hat and embellish your hair with a pretty bow!
Erin from The Cookie Snob designed her version of the messy bun beanie in the style of her series of 3 mL beanies. They hold more than 3 milliliters, but the backstory for the name includes some fun geekery. And to create the rows of horizontal chains, she works into the third loop of the half double crochet stitches. It's a fun way to make a hat with a popular look!
"The Great Lakes Messy Bun hat has the same great texture as the Great Lakes Beanie and the Great Lakes Slouch, but in a Messy Bun style hat style!. Perfect for a walk with the kids or dogs. Stylish and modern. Cleverly worked basic stitches make this great textured hat a fun piece to crochet. Materials Needed: - Worsted Weight Yarn - Crochet Hook Size H - Tapestry needle for weaving in ends. Size for an average adult, 20" around and 8" long. Pattern is written in English, using standard American terms Level: advanced beginner/intermediate."