Minimal, versatile, and classic, this bandana scarf features a lovely triangle shape with tapered ends making it the perfect understated accessory to sweep your locks up with, tie around your neck, or embellish a purse.
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Crochet Bandana Pattern by Bandana Heads
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.
Crochet Windy Day Bandana Pattern
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.
Free Crochet Bandana Pattern
A fun triangle Granny Square Bandana for that trendy summer vibe! A pretty crochet bandana is a great way to keep your hair neat and tidy. This free crochet bandana pattern is an easy to crochet fun project and one size will fit nearly everyone!
Crochet Tulip Bandana Pattern
This is a stylish project that will work well with virtually any yarn. You can crochet your project as a small triangle and use it as a head kerchief, or you can make a medium triangle for a bandana/shawlette or make a large triangle for a beautiful shawl.
Crochet Froggy Bandana Pattern
Make an adorable Froggy Hair Bandana Crochet Pattern! Sure, you could embrace your inner cottage core self with a regular bandana, but why would you want to do that, when you could wear a froggy bandana instead?