This crochet bandanna is a great way to try out filet crochet and expand your skills! Delicate and sophisticated, it adds a lovely layer of texture to any outfit. This accessory is fetching in any color that sets off your style!
If you know a few basic crochet stitches - chain, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet - you can make this sassy, little bandanna.
The bandanna, in one size for teens and women, has a boho vibe when you tie it in back and a retro 60s look when you tie it under your chin.
Best of all, you can use any yarn - from lightweight sock yarn to summery cottons to super-bulky wool blends - for your bandanna. Multicolor designs can be easily crocheted with yarn that self-stripes, but the bandanna looks great in a solid color yarn, too.
This Blooming Buds Bandanna is one of those projects that you can use any yarn and any hook and still get an amazing result! This pattern is worked in rows to desired length, so it's a great stash buster! Use your favorite hand dyed yarn or whatever yarn you have lying around!
This is a quick and easy beanie pattern to try if you know how to crochet single crochet, double crochet and front post double crochet stitches. The pattern available in teen and adult sizes. The texture of this beanie creates using crochet shell and front post double crochet and has a cozy texture for winter and early spring. This beanie is made with 1 skein of Red Heart Soft yarn. This gorgeous yarn comes with lots of lovely colors so you can try with other colors to go with your outfit or make it more seasonal.
"While it may be getting closer to Spring, it's still pretty cold here in Chicago, and I've been trying to find a balance between light and warm. After playing around with some of the yarn in my stash, I came up with the Serene Beanie - a beanie that adds just enough warmth to an outfit without being too heavy.To add just a bit more texture and interest to this pattern, I used a trinity stitch that helps make the beanie a little bit thicker. I love the way the rows of the stitch clusters line up all the way up the beanie and create this pebbly texture."