Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern
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Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern

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Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern

Hi everyone, today I am bringing to you this crochet Cottagecore Bandana free pattern. I love this new project so much! Indeed, I really enjoyed crocheting this bandana, and I love how it turned out too. The colors are perfect for the coming Spring and Summer. I hope you enjoy this new crochet project too.

The video tutorial can be found here:

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern: The Inspiration

It is no secret I love the Cottagecore aesthetic. Indeed, I have many times been inspired by the sweet and romantic Cottagecore trend. This romantic crochet hair ribbon I made a few weeks ago is definitely inspired by this aesthetic, just like this feminine vintage collar.

However, you may wonder what exactly is the Cottagecore aesthetic? According to the Collins dictionary definition of the word, this means “a lifestyle revolving around rural living and pursuits; a style of clothes appropriate to the lifestyle”. I love this definition! However, I would add also as a lover of this feminine aesthetic that the Cottagecore trend also has a little more substance to it!

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern
This crochet bandana is so pretty!

In my humble opinion, this movement in fashion is characterized by soft and flowy fabrics, which are usually pastel and feature delicate floral patterns. It is a very sweet, simple and vintage aesthetic. I love it and I do think that my style is definitely inspired by Cottagecore.

Last year I designed this lovely and simple bandana that was really popular. Head kerchiefs, bandanas and lacy headbands are definitely a very romantic addition to any wardrobe. This beautiful shell stitch headband is also a perfect accessory if you are looking for a soft and delicate crochet hairband. This romantic headband with flowers also fits this aesthetic completely. I will definitely be making a more updated version of this crochet headband.

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern
This crochet bandana is perfect for every season

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern: The Design

This crochet bandana was such a pleasure to crochet! Indeed, I loved creating a new and more updated version of a simple accessory. Last year I created this lovely two toned crochet bandana. I loved how it turned out, using the beautiful Coboo yarn by Lion Brand. However, this year I was inclined to design a more simple head kerchief.

I love the Granny Triangle stitch. Indeed, I have used this lovely and therapeutic stitch to crochet many a shawl. A few weeks ago I made this Boho and romantic shawl using this very stitch, and I love how it turned out! It is such a simple yet classic stitch, perfect for any crochet project.

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern
I love this project so much!

For this new bandana design, I wanted to use two colors. I decided to change color from row to row, and I used a pink and cream color and alternated them. This creates a lovely little effect that I love so much! Sometimes simpler designs can come out and look so beautiful. I think this is the case for this project. For this crochet bandana, I used Drops Muskat yarn, which I love so much! I used colors Desert Rose and Off White for this project. If you love the pink color as much as I, please do have a look at this French beret design which I made using this yarn in the pink shade.

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Crochet Cottagecore Bandana: The Pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: Crochet Cottagecore Inspired Bandana Pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Ravelry store here: Crochet Cottagecore Inspired Bandana Pattern

Level: Easy/beginner

Gauge: 4” (10 cm): 8 rows of Granny Triangle pattern

Size of finished bandana (excluding ties on each side)

8,5” x 17” (21,5 cm x 43 cm)

Notes

I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)

You can find the video tutorial for this project here:

You will need

1 skein of Drops Muskat in shade 06 Desert Rose

1 skein of Drops Muskat in shade 08 Off White

A 4 mm crochet hook

A pair of scissors

A tapestry needle

Crochet Cottagecore Bandana Free Pattern
This project is perfect for beginners

Abbreviations

Ch: chain

St: stitch

Sl st: slip stitch

DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

EOR: End of row

To begin

To start, make a slip knot with shade Desert Rose (pink yarn).

Ch 4, sl st through 1st chain to form a ring.

Row 1: Ch 4 (=DC + ch space), 3 DC in the circle; ch 1, 1 DC in the circle.

Row 2: Turn your work; ch 4 (1 DC + ch space); place 3 DC inside next sp; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC inside next (and last) sp.

Fasten off yarn.

Rows 1&2
Rows 1&2

Attach yarn in shade Off White to the same corner where you fastened off.

Row 3: Turn your work, ch 4 (1 DC +ch space), place 3 DC in next sp; ch 1, 3 DC in next sp; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next (and last) sp.

Fasten off yarn.

Row 3
Row 3

Attach yarn in shade Desert Rose to same corner we just fastened off.

Row 4:Β Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 2 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

After each row fasten off the yarn you are using, and attach the other shade so as to alternate colors from row to row.

Row 4
Row 4

Row 5: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 3 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 6: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 4 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 7: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 5 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 8: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 6 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 9: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 7 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 10: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 8 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.



Row 11: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 9 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 12: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 10 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 13: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 11 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 14: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 12 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 15: Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 13 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

Row 16:Ch 4 (=1 DC + ch 1 sp), place 3 DC in next space; [ch 1, 3 DC in next sp] 14 x; ch 1, 3 DC, ch 1, 1 DC in next ( and last) sp.

You should finish your last row (row 16) with shade Desert Rose.

Do not fasten off shade Desert Rose, as we will be creating our straps using this yarn.

Create straps

We will be creating two thin straps on either side of the largest point of this bandana.

Strap 1: With Desert Rose yarn still attached, chain 35.

Once you have chained 35, slip stitch through the 2nd and every chain across. Once you have reached the end of the chain, sl st through the Double Crochet on the side of the bandana to secure strap fully onto project.

Strap 1
Strap 1

Fasten off.

Strap 2: Attach yarn to the other side corner of the bandana, and chain 35.

Strap 2
Strap 2

Once you have chained 35, slip stitch through the 2nd and every chain across. Once you have reached the end of the chain, sl st through the Double Crochet on the side of the bandana to secure strap fully onto project.

Fasten off.

Tidy up all your loose ends.

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