This Harvest Bandana Cowl is a fun, quick, and easy one ball pattern that features the corner to corner stitch and the twisted single crochet. With the great look of a shawl worn 'bandana style' and the ease of a cowl, you can pop this on and go - no matter where the day takes you, or how windy it gets!
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.
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.
"This crochet twisted headband is designed using the Yo-slst. It has a ribbed detailing characterized by working into the back loops only, it fits perfectly even if you have thin hair. It looks great in just about any colour, even in neutral colours. It can also be made in a single colour. With this pattern, you can make the twisted headband in four sizing options for child, small adult, medium adult and large adult sizes. I hope you enjoy making the pattern. Happy crocheting!"
- Designed by Rebecca Langford
This amazing, twisted ear warmer is a classic design. In other words, if you're looking for a simple and elegant headband, we’ve got you covered! It is a simple project, that works up fast. And above all, it's super comfy!
"Do you have some velvet yarn and want to make a headband? Or do you want a good excuse to run to the store and buy some velvet yarn? The Tahoe Bean Stitch Twisted Headband Crochet Pattern is PERFECT for using that gorgeous chenille yarn you've had your eye on. You're first going to crochet a long rectangle and when you're done with that, you'll do some clever folding, a small bit of sewing and presto!"