Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern
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Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern

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Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern

Hi everyone! This week I am bringing to a tutorial on how to crochet The Biker Man Bandana free pattern. This is a super easy crochet project, which looks both masculine and elegant. It is a great project to make for a special man in your life. Indeed, this crochet bandana is very easy to make, and is warm yet light because of the filet crochet design. It however looks very masculine.

The video tutorial for this project can be found here:

Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern: the Inspiration

Every year, I crochet a specially created masculine project for my dad. My dad (who is amazing), is born in June, so it can be a bit of a challenge to create a design which is masculine, stylish and not too “wintery”. I am so pleased with how this project has turned out! Indeed, this crochet bandana is so perfect for that special man in your life. It is stylish, yet very manly and original.

Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern
This is a perfect gift for a man

I called this project “The Biker Man Bandana” because my dad is a biker, and I could really imagine him wearing this bandana. Indeed, he is always looking for accessories to keep him warm when he is on his bike. As I said previously, it can be somewhat of a challenge to crochet a man project when it is the middle of Summer. I could crochet something warm that he could wear in the Winter, but somehow I prefer to crochet him a more light scarf or accessory for the Summer. You can find the this easy man scarf pattern from last Winter here.

Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern
This is such a simple project to crochet

I came up with the idea of a square bandana because my dad loves to wear bandanas on his bike. So I thought what better idea than to crochet a square bandana for him to wear during the Summer. Crochet bandanas are all the rage these days, and you can find my latest Granny Square bandana design here.

Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern: the yarn

I used Lion Brand Jeans yarn for this project. This yarn seemed perfect for a more masculine project. It is soft and light, yet it definitely looks like jeans inspired yarn, perfect for a more masculine crochet project. Last week I released The Cornflower Poncho pattern, also made with Jeans yarn (but in a different shade). The Cornflower poncho is also a perfect project for beginners, and looks absolutely stunning in a lighter shade of blue.

Crochet The Biker Man Bandana Free Pattern
This is a perfect bandana to crochet for beginners

The yarn is 100% acrylic, yet it does somehow have a “cotton” vibe to it. I know I absolutely loved crocheting it, and this yarn looks perfect crocheted as a poncho and as a bandana. Have you ever crocheted with Lion Brand Jeans yarn? I would love to know what you thought of this yarn. These two projects were my first time crocheting with this yarn, and I really enjoyed it!

It has a light, Boho, masculine vibe to it that instantly makes it perfect for cool, Summer crochet items. I think I might make a bag or purse with this yarn next. Let me know what you think of this idea!

This crochet pattern is also perfect for beginners. Indeed, it is a simple filet crochet 2 row repeat that create this beautiful look. It is very easy to make, and because it is a square project (later folded in half to create a triangle shape), it is very simple to make.

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Crochet The Biker Man Bandana: The Pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Etsy shop here: Crochet The Biker Man Bandana PDF Pattern

Level: Easy +

Notes: I will be writing in US terms

The video tutorial for this project can be found here:

Gauge

4” (10 cm)= 16 stitches

4” (10 cm)= 7 rows

Size of finished bandana

38,5” (98 cm) x 38,5” (98 cm)

Materials

4 skeins of Lion Brand Jeans yarn in shade Classic

A 5 mm crochet hook

A tapestry needle

A pair of scissors

Abbreviations

ch: chain

sk: skip

Sp: space

St: stitch

SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)

DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

Sl st: Slip stitch

EOR: End of row

Pattern begins here:  To start, make a slip knot.   Ch 145  Row 1: DC into 4th ch from hook (1st ch 3=DC), DC into next ch until eor  Row 2: Ch 4 (=DC + ch 1 sp), sk 1 st, DC into next st, [ch 1, sk 1 st, DC into next st] until eor Row 3: Ch 3 (=DC), place a DC into next st until eor. Row 4-67: repeat rows 2 and 3.  Do not fasten off.  Single Crochet Edging:  Ch 1, and place SCs all along the edge of the bandana at equal intervals. You will need to go all around the 4 sides of the bandana, making sure you place enough SC so as to not β€œtighten” the project. Sl st to 1st chain, fasten off, and tidy up all loose ends.
This is an elegant and masculine project

Pattern begins here

To start, make a slip knot.

Ch 145

Complete rows as follows:

1: DC into 4th ch from hook (1st ch 3=DC), DC into next ch until eor

2: Ch 4 (=DC + ch 1 sp), sk 1 st, DC into next st, [ch 1, sk 1 st, DC into next st] until eor

3: Ch 3 (=DC), place a DC into next st until eor.

4-67: repeat rows 2 and 3.

Do not fasten off.

Single Crochet Edging

Ch 1, and place SCs all along the edge of the bandana at equal intervals. You will need to go all around the 4 sides of the bandana, making sure you place enough SC so as to not β€œtighten” the project.

Sl st to 1st chain, fasten off, and tidy up all loose ends.

 

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