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Crochet Granny Triangle Bandana

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This is a super quick and simple, summer crochet project. This crochet granny square bandana uses only one skein of yarn and a couple of hours of crocheting. It’s great for beginners as well as more advanced crocheters. For an interactive, ad-free pattern, visit my Ribblr shop!

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A simple pattern paired with a video tutorial makes this crochet bandana a great crochet project for all levels of crocheters. Since it’s a small project, it can be crocheted with one skein and will work up in no time!

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Video Tutorial

You can follow along with my YouTube video to make this crochet bandana! I have timestamps included to section the video and help you jump to any point you need to!

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Project Level

Great for beginners! It uses basic stitches and has a repetitive pattern that is easy to follow once you get the hang of it. Also, it’s a small project, so it won’t take as long as others to complete!

Materials

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Dimensions

37 centimeters (14.57 inches) along short sides of triangle

53 centimeters (20.87 inches) along long side of triangle

Notes and Tips

  • This pattern is written using US crochet terms
  • The chain-1-spaces are side spaces
  • The chain-2-spaces are corner spaces

Abbreviations

ch = chain

ch1-sp = chain-1-space

ch2-sp = chain-2-space

dc = double crochet

sc = single crochet

sl st = slip stitch

sp = space


Granny Triangle

Foundation

Make a slipknot, ch6

Row 1

In 6th ch from hook, dc3, ch2, dc3, ch1, dc

Note: If it’s hard to fit all these stitches in that one chain, undo your 6 chains and make the first one looser.

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Row 2

ch5, turn, dc3 in ch1-sp, ch1, [dc3, ch2, dc3] in ch2-sp, ch1, [dc3, ch1, dc] in last sp

We use the chain 5 to replace a double crochet and chain 1, which is mirrored for the end of the row.

Note: The bolded stitches denote the middle corner of the triangle

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Row 3

ch5, turn, [dc3 in next ch1-sp, ch1] 2 times, [dc3, ch2, dc3] in ch2-sp, ch1, dc3 in next ch1-sp, ch1, [dc3, ch1, dc] in last sp

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Row 4

ch5, turn, [dc3 in next ch1-sp, ch1] 3 times, [dc3, ch2, dc3] in ch2-sp, [ch1, dc3 in next ch1-sp] 2 times, ch1, [dc3, ch1, dc] in last sp

Row 5

ch5, turn, [dc3 in next ch1-sp, ch1] 4 times, [dc3, ch2, dc3] in ch2-sp, [ch1, dc3 in next ch1-sp] 3 times, ch1, [dc3, ch1, dc] in last sp

Rows 6-18

Repeat the row before with an extra dc3 in next ch1-sp, ch1 before the middle corner and ch1, dc3 in next ch1-sp after the middle corner.

Continue doing these rows until the triangle is big enough to wrap over your head.

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Notes to Remember

1st space: ch5, turn, dc3

Spaces between 1st and corner space: ch1, dc3 ch1

Corner space: dc3, ch2, dc3

Spaces between corner and last space: ch1, dc3 ch1

Last space: dc3, ch1, dc

Strap

ch40, sc across, starting in 2nd ch from hook (39)

The number of chains you do determines how long the strap extends on one side.

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Dimensions: 20cm

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Now, we’ll work into the spaces along the long side of the triangle.

sc3 in each sp until middle, sc in middle, sc3 in each sp across

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Then, we’ll do the other strap.

ch40, sc across, starting in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to ch-sp at corner of the triangle

Do the same number of chains for the second strap.

Fasten off. Weave in loose ends.

Now your crochet granny triangle bandana is complete!

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