50 Crochet Bandana Patterns

It seems as though the bandana is popping up again lately and as with all things ’90s, we can’t wait to incorporate it into our look. With these crochet bandana patterns up your sleeves, you’ll never be complaining about a mundane outfit ever again. 

Whether you make one to wear as a hair accessory during summer or to wear around your neck during the cold season, these popular triangle pieces are just begging to be a part of your outfit.

Bandanas come from almost everywhere and every time. From Hermes catwalks to cattle roundups, you can’t pin down a bandana. And who would want to? They’re the perfect chameleon! You needn’t think twice: get on the trend and browse through our favorite picks below.


1. Crochet Yolanda Bandana Pattern by Cosmaudi

This Yolanda Bandana is a vintage inspired accessory made with fingering weight yarn and an intricate lace pattern to give it a light and airy feel.

The scarf’s main pattern is worked by using a technique called filet crochet where a design is added to a crocheted fabric by working open and closed “blocks” of stitches.

Crochet Yolanda Bandana Pattern by Cosmaudi

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2. Crochet Leia Bandana Pattern by Crocheted Magic Store

This Leia Bandana is an adorable hair-kerchief made up of a half granny square and shell border with two strings on each side. It is a super fast project that works up in no time!

Crochet Leia Bandana Pattern by Crocheted Magic Store

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3. Cosmopolitan Crochet Bandana Pattern by Crochet Highway

This Cosmopolitan Kerchief Bandana 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.

Cosmopolitan Crochet Bandana Pattern by Crochet Highway

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4. Crochet Kerchief Bandana Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

This quick kerchief bandana is made in one piece with just 17 rows of a modified mesh pattern. It’s easy to adjust the size, simply crochet less or more rows to decrease or increase the size. When you’re done, embellish it with your favorite flowers or bows or whatever you like. Or, keep it as it is! 

Crochet Kerchief Bandana Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

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5. Crochet Froggy Bandana Pattern by Hello Happy

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?

Crochet Froggy Bandana Pattern by Hello Happy

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6. Free Crochet Bandana Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

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!

Free Crochet Granny Bandana Pattern by Annie Design Crochet

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7. Cottagecore Easy Crochet Bandana Pattern by Selina Veronique

This Cottagecore Inspired Bandana is a feminine bandana hair kerchief that is very easy to make. It is crocheted with a simple and delicate shell stitch repeat pattern that is very easy to crochet for beginners.

Cottagecore Easy Crochet Bandana Pattern by Selina Veronique

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8. Crochet Vintage Bandana Pattern by Brittany Alice Crochet

Crochet bandanas are so trendy at the moment! This vintage take on the crochet bandana is perfect for the advanced beginner looking to practice (or learn) C2C pattern. This works up quickly and easily, making it a nice meditative project.

Crochet Vintage Bandana Pattern by Brittany Alice Crochet

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9. Crochet Lacy Bandana Pattern by Banana Moon Studio

Summer is for days in the sun and road trips with the top down. Enjoy it all with your hair tied back with this beautiful lace crochet hair kerchief! Going to a festival this summer? Channel a vintage vibe with this crochet head kerchief! It’s a quick finish project too and only takes one ball of yarn.

Crochet Lacy Bandana Pattern by Banana Moon Studio

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10. Crochet Venice Beach Bandana Pattern by Lucky Penny Craft Co

Wear this bandana multiple ways as your new favorite accessory! Wear it to keep your hair back as you skate around, or as you ride a bike to your favorite local shop. You can also wear this as a neck scarf to add a little pizazz to any ensemble.

This pattern works up very quickly (just an evening or two) and can be made in whatever color combination brings you joy. Add this project to your queue today and wear it next weekend

Crochet Venice Beach Bandana Pattern by Lucky Penny Craft Co

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11. Crochet Hair Scarf Bandana Pattern by Jelly Donut Knits

Crochet your own vintage inspired, 70s aesthetic hair scarf bandana! This pattern uses DC clusters and granny stitches to give all the retro vibes. 

Crochet Hair Scarf Bandana Pattern by Jelly Donut Knits

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12. Granny Stitch Crochet Kerchief Pattern by Crochet N Crafts

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.

Granny Stitch Crochet Kerchief Pattern by Crochet N Crafts

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13. Crochet Scallop Bandana Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

This crochet pattern comes with complete instructions for this fun and colorful Scallop Bandana. What a fun, cute way to keep your hair back while working or just wear as a cute hair accessory. This is also a great way to help you use up your yarn stash.

Crochet Scallop Bandana Pattern by Sweet Potato 3

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14. Crochet Bandana Pattern by Shop Doe And Deer

Create your own hair scarf with this easy to follow pattern! Easily adjust the size and color to make this project truly your own. This pattern includes instructions on how to make a hair scarf in standard adult size, as well as instructions on how to adjust for smaller/larger sizes, including youth!

Crochet Bandana Pattern by Shop Doe And Deer

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15. Crochet Checkered Bandana Pattern by Bloodimaryart

Are you ready to make the trendiest kerchief for this summer? Learn how to crochet this cute checkered bandana for yourself or your loved ones! This pattern only uses less than 50 gr/85 yards of Medium Weight Yarn and the final motif is really mesmerizing.

Crochet Checkered Bandana Pattern by Bloodimaryart

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16. Crochet Crocodile Kerchief Pattern by Crochet Uncut

This kerchief is a popular type of head wrap that we don’t see often enough in crochet. This one is worked using the unique crocodile stitch that is fun to play with and one that makes a great thick head wrap.

Crochet Crocodile Kerchief Pattern by Crochet Uncut

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17. Crochet Fan And Ruffle Bandana Pattern by Mon Petit Violon

This pattern includes instructions how to make this cute kerchief or bandana and same style shawl! Use cotton yarn for Spring/Summer or some wool/acrylic for Autumn/Winter. This crochet bandana will be perfect hat alternative for colder season! 

Crochet Fan And Ruffle Bandana Pattern by Mon Petit Violon

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18. Crochet Beach Bandana Pattern by Sasha Pattern

This triangle crochet bandana with long ties has right weight to protect your hair from wind and sun.
Wear this cute bandana at the beach, while hiking, biking or playing outdoor sports.

Crochet Beach Bandana Pattern by Sasha Pattern

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19. Crochet Windy Day Bandana Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet

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.

Crochet Windy Day Bandana Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet

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20. Patriotic Crochet Hair Bandana Pattern by Hooked On Homemade Happiness

Looking for an easy and festive crochet project? You can bust out two of these Patriotic Hair Bandanas in about one hour! Instant gratification.

Patriotic Crochet Hair Bandana Pattern by Hooked On Homemade Happiness

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21. Crochet Bobble Kerchief Pattern by Pattern Paradise

This is a pretty lace and bobble kerchief to wear over your hair or around your neck as a cowl. This fun accessory is good for all ages!

Crochet Bobble Kerchief Pattern by Pattern Paradise

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22. Crochet Daisy Bandana Pattern by Kozmic Blues Crochet

Lead the way this summer and embrace retro style with this 90s trend-setting daisy bandana. Learn how to crochet your very wown and be festival ready. It’s the perfect accessory for sunny days.

If your looking for more Daisy patterns, just click here.

Crochet Daisy Bandana Pattern by Kozmic Blues Crochet

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23. Crochet Tulip Bandana Pattern by Alina Hera

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 Tulip Bandana Pattern by Alina Hera

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24. Crochet Strawberry Bandana Pattern by Punk Crochetier

If you or if you know someone who lovs strawberry patterns, these Strawberry Bandana is perfect for you to make! You can change the colors to make the strawberries any color you’d like (make the strawberries into pineapples or carrots by using yellow or orange)!

Crochet Strawberry Bandana Pattern by Punk Crochetier

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25. Crochet Bandana Neckerchief Pattern by Darling Jadore

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.

Crochet Bandana Neckerchief Pattern by Darling Jadore

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26. Crochet Filet Bandanna Pattern by Red Heart

This crochet bandanna is a great way to try out filet crochet and expand your skills! Delicate and sophisticated, it adds a lovely layer of texture to any outfit. This accessory is fetching in any color that sets off your style!

Crochet Filet Bandanna Pattern by Red Heart

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27. Easy Crochet Bandana Pattern by Matching North

This crochet head kerchief is so much fun to make and a great quick finish project. You can make one of these for yourself or for someone you love as a gift, or you can even use this free crochet bandana pattern as an easy crochet dog bandana pattern!

It’s a super versatile pattern and one of those fun easy projects that you can throw in your bag to pass the time on road trips or when you’re catching up on your favorite shows.

Easy Crochet Bandana Pattern by Matching North

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28. Crochet Wild Hemlock Bandana Pattern by Wickedly Handmade

This Wild Hemlock Headscarf features a unique texture throughout the entire design using some really fun stitches! This pattern is not only a Headscarf, but can also be worn as a bandana, or easily modified into other fun creations. They can be made up in so many fun color choices, the options are endless!

Crochet Wild Hemlock Bandana Pattern by Wickedly Handmade

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29. Linen Stitch Crochet Bandana Cowl Pattern by Nana’s Crafty Home

This Linen Stitch Crochet Bandana Cowl works up so quickly with just one ball of yarn – perfect addition to your fall wardrobe! This is very simple, beginner friendly stitch that utilizes just single crochet and chains to create a lovely and elegant fabric – so versatile, too!

Linen Stitch Crochet Bandana Cowl Pattern by Nana's Crafty Home

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30. Crochet Flower Kerchief Pattern by Early Dawn Crafts

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.

Crochet Flower Kerchief Pattern by Early Dawn Crafts

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31. Plaid Crochet Dog Bandana Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

Give your four-legged friends some style too with this Plaid Crochet Dog Bandana. Your dog will look so dapper in this darling crochet plaid dog bandana that features the plaid technique! 

For your fur babies, check out these Dog Toys, Dog Blankets, Dog Sweaters, and Dog Hats

Plaid Crochet Dog Bandana Pattern by Whistle And Ivy

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32. Crochet Head Scarf Bandana Pattern by Maya Kuzman

This Grace Head Scarf Bandana tends to add a vintage and dramatic flair to your look. The pattern consists of instructions for the scarf and flower. Or you can check out these crochet flowers for hats patterns.

Crochet Head Scarf Bandana Pattern by Maya Kuzman

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33. 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 Bandana Pattern by Bandana Heads

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34. Pretty Paws Pet Bandana Crochet Pattern by Crafty Kitty Crochet

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 appliqué for added cuteness!

Pretty Paws Pet Bandana Crochet Pattern by Crafty Kitty Crochet

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35. Eyelet Free Crochet Bandana Pattern by Holle Cropper Craft

A sweet, straightforward bandana pattern featuring a repeating shell motif. Good for a beginner looking to expand their knowledge of stitches, or for a more advanced crocheter looking to get rid of some extra yarn in their stash!

Eyelet Free Crochet Bandana Pattern by Holle Cropper Craft

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36. Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern by Look At What I Made

This Chevron Bandana Bib also doubles as a baby “comforter” and a dummy-clip. This design multi-tasks like nobody’s business! And I think it will make a funky, functional, and frugal festive favour (aka cheap and chearful Christmas gift).

Crochet Chevron Bandana Bib Pattern by Look At What I Made

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37. Camello Bandana Scarf Crochet Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet

This pretty crochet bandana pattern makes the perfect scarf. This Camello Bandana Scarf is a versatile scarf with multiple styling options. 

If you would like to make this bigger to have a full size shawl, just continue the pattern repeats before working the final edging.

Camello Bandana Scarf Crochet Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet

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38. Summer Picot Head Kerchief Crochet Pattern by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts

This pattern is called the Summer Picot Crochet Head Kerchief because it is perfect for the summer! It is lightweight, but it also has a pretty picot border around it. And of course, one can use it in spring and fall, too.

Summer Picot Head Kerchief Crochet Pattern by Nicki's Homemade Crafts

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39. Mountain Dog Bandana Crochet Pattern by Susan Kennedy

Your pup will be cozy, snug, and happy at the center of attention! A triangular bandana crocheted from the corner point in moss stitch for comfort and stretch.

Mountain Dog Bandana Crochet Pattern by Susan Kennedy

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40. Lacy Head Scarf Bandana Crochet Pattern by Lulu Loves UK

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!

Lacy Head Scarf Bandana Crochet Pattern by Lulu Loves UK

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41. Cow Crochet Hair Bandana Pattern by The Wool Tiger

This Cow Hair Kerchief is a super trendy bandana pattern featuring 90s/00s cow spots pattern. It’s a perfect pattern for first attempts with tapestry crochet as it uses only two colours and works up quickly.

Cow Crochet Hair Bandana Pattern by The Wool Tiger

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42. Blooming Buds Bandanna Crochet Pattern by Michelle Ferguson

This Blooming Buds Bandanna is one of those projects that you can use any yarn and any hook and still get an amazing result! This pattern is worked in rows to desired length, so it’s a great stash buster! Use your favorite hand dyed yarn or whatever yarn you have lying around!

Blooming Buds Bandanna Crochet Pattern by Michelle Ferguson

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43. Crochet Plaid Bandana Bib Pattern by Whistle & Ivy

This darling Crochet Plaid Bandana Bib is perfect for your drooling, messy bundle of joy. Baby will also enjoy mouthing the squishy fabric, which is totally fine because this bib is made from cotton.

Crochet Plaid Bandana Bib Pattern by Whistle & Ivy

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44. Crochet Prism Bandana Pattern by If Crochet Patterns

This pattern is made for you to use up some leftover yarn and make these bandanas for yourself! You can make these with Sport/ fingering weight yarns and there are 2 styles to end this bandana!

Crochet Prism Bandana Pattern by If Crochet Patterns

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45. Harvest Bandana Cowl Crochet Pattern by Moogly

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!

Harvest Bandana Cowl Crochet Pattern by Moogly

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46. Crochet Strawbebi Headscarf Pattern by By Red Bean

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!

Crochet Strawbebi Headscarf Pattern by By Red Bean

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47. Crochet Hannah Bandana Pattern by Hats By Elvee

If you know a few basic crochet stitches chain, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet you can make this sassy, little bandanna.

The bandanna, in one size for teens and women, has a boho vibe when you tie it in back and a retro ’60s look when you tie it under your chin.

Best of all, you can use any yarn – from lightweight sock yarn to summery cottons to super-bulky wool blends – for your bandanna. Multicolor designs can be easily crocheted with yarn that self-stripes, but the bandanna looks great in a solid color yarn, too.

Crochet Hannah Bandana Pattern by Hats By Elvee

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48. Beautiful Shells Bandana Crochet Pattern by The Snugglery

The beautiful shells stitch features a cool crochet technique where you work crochet chain framing like a “scaffold,” that you can then build thick beautiful shells on top of. 

One way to introduce this stitch is through this Beautiful Shells Bandana Crochet Pattern. After just a few color changes, this project will be done before you know it!

Beautiful Shells Bandana Crochet Pattern by The Snugglery

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49. Crochet Roxy’s Dog Bandana Pattern by Blue Star Crochet

Super quick and easy crochet dog bandana pattern using the ever so popular crochet granny stitch. The bandana scarf is worked diagonally using the corner to corner crochet technique.

Crochet Roxy's Dog Bandana Pattern by Blue Star Crochet

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50. Crochet Brynn Kerchief Bandana Pattern by Deni Made Designs

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. 

Crochet Brynn Kerchief Bandana Pattern by Deni Made Designs

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WRAPPING UP THIS BIG COLLECTION OF CROCHET BANDANA PATTERNS THAT ARE PERFECT FOR ALL OUR FASHION-LOVING READERS!

Share your progress and connect with the community by posting your bandana pics on our Facebook Page. We can’t wait to see what you make!

If you are in search of more head and neck accessories to make, check out our posts for headbands, head wraps, crowns, balaclava, cowls, and scarves. Or you can check more of our round-ups of crochet accessories here.

Put these crochet bandana patterns at the top of your list if you want your outfit to have a little something extra!