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.
This Strawbebi Headscarf is a triangular scarf with ribbon-like ties. You could also make this without the strawberry appliques, add your own appliques, or customize your colors to make other fruits - blueberries, pineberries, tomatoes, etc. There is plenty of room for customization!
This boho/romantic style crochet headscarf has been designed for fingering weight cotton. The headscarf has built in ties and works with long or short hair - such a pretty addition to any outfit!
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 ponytail hat from Crochet by Jennifer has a bonnet styling with braided ties. Perfect for intermediate crocheters, the main body of the hat features a basket weave stitch pattern. It also comes in a few sizes, like all the hats in Jennifer's shop. Be sure to look through her extensive collection!
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.