Make your furry friend fashionable in this adorable and easy to make bandana! Made from a basic square, then shaped and decorated, this is an ideal beginner project! Customize it with a paw print applique for added cuteness!
"Make this crochet Halloween dog bandana for your furry friend and take them with you for trick-o-treating! If you like to dress up your dog - Halloween is a perfect holiday to do this. I made this crochet Halloween Bandana for our dog Lucy - our super cute Golden Retriever. This crochet dog bandana is made from cotton yarn and is embellished with a heart-shaped Spider applique. If you like bats, you can embellish your Halloween bandana with my crochet Bat applique. "
"Apologies in advance... I couldn't decide which photo worked best so you're getting them all! Tyson was such a great model for me! Best part, he actually enjoyed wearing it! Try out this quick project to accessorize your little pupper! It worked up in about an hour for me (and I'm pretty sure I have the largest doggy everrrrrrr....) but should be much quicker depending on the size of your furry friend. Great for cats also! Try it out and let me know what you think."
"This crochet Pumpkin Face dog bandana will make a beautiful Halloween accessory for your dog! This Pumpkin Face dog bandana is made as a collar that doesn't require buttons or tying up, you just slip it over your dog’s head! This bandana is designed for a large size dog. You can adapt it for any size by adjusting the collar size and bandana width. Finished Size: Fits a large sized dog. Collar circumference - 17”, bandana is about 9-1/4” from the neck to the bandana’s point. "
"Super cute crochet bandana scarf pattern you can make for your four legged furry friends. The pattern is easy and fast to make taking less than an hour. It is suitable for even a complete beginner crocheter as it uses the ever so popular crochet granny stitch. The finished size of the dog's crochet bandana is completely adjustable for larger to smaller breeds. You start working at the bottom point of the bandana in corner to corner technique so you can make it as big or as small as you want to."