The boho-chic crochet bandana
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An easy crochet bandana pattern with surprising results
A sister pattern to the upcoming Cosmopolitan Tank, the Cosmopolitan Kerchief is a textured bandana, using the signature alpine stitch and faux-knit bands to create an eye-catching design. The unique and surprising construction will keep your interest piqued while creating a unique boho-chic piece to wear this summer.
This crochet kerchief is worked as a triangle from the bottom up, with both ties sturdily added to the base of the piece. The pattern comes in two sizes (child and adult), so you can easily make this for yourself or loved ones. With summer weather in full swing, this quick and beautiful project will make for the perfect handmade gift!
Sizes & yardage
Finished measurements: The Cosmopolitan Kerchief measures 9.75″ by 6.25″ in the smaller size, and 17.75″ by 9″ in the larger size.
Yardage: You’ll need approx. 90 (155) m or 100 (170) yds of any CYC 3 DK or CYC 2 sport weight yarn you can meet gauge with. My sample uses Katia Tencel Cotton.
Easy to follow PDF pattern
Step-by-step instructions & tutorial photos
Row checker to track your progress
What you'll need
100-170 yds of any CYC 2 sport or CYC 3 DK weight yarn
4 mm hook
Scissors, darning needle, locking stitch markers
Pattern comes in 1 child and 1 adult size
Please contact me at thecrochethighway [at] gmail.com for pattern related questions.
Go for a single, solid color, use that gorgeous hand-dyed yarn you’ve been saving for something special, or let your creativity run wild with blocks of color!
Shop the Cosmopolitan Crochet Collection
The Cosmopolitan Kerchief is part of the Cosmopolitan Crochet Collection, a series of crochet patterns for garments & accessories specifically designed to go perfectly together. Check out the patterns below!
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