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Prairie Girl Crochet Bandana Pattern

By: Jennifer Gregory for Niftynnifer's Crochet & Crafts

Pretend that you're Laura Ingalls and take a trip back in time. Free crochet patterns for beginners don't have to be boring. In fact, this Prairie Girl Crochet Bandana has fun embellishments that take this pattern to the next level. The pattern is meant for a young girl between the ages of two and five. This is a fun alternative to a hat because it's stylish and unexpected. The tassels give this free crochet pattern a cool twist. This project takes almost no time to make, so create a bunch and save them for a raining day. These make great birthday gifts and stocking stuffers.

Primary TechniqueCrochet


Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook


  • Aunt Lydias Classic 10 Crochet Thread in 'Shaded Pinks'.
  • Aunt Lydias Fashion 3 Crochet Thread in 'Green'.
  • Needle.
  • Button (Must fit through cluster).
  • 4.5 MM hook

Approx. 9 rows = 5 inches
Approx. 5 Clusters = 5 inches

Sized to fit ages 2-5

Using both colours of yarn together.
Row 1: Ch 4. Ss in beg ch to form ring. Ch 4, dc in ring. (Ch 2, sc) in same sp.(1 cluster)
Row 2: Ch 2. Turn. (2dc, ch 2, sc) all in same st. (2dc, ch2, sc) all in last sp(between last 2 sts of previous row).(2 clusters)
Row 3: Ch 2. Turn. (2dc, ch2, sc) all in ea ch 2 sp across. Dc in last sp(between last 2 sts of previous row).
Row 4: Ch 2. Turn. (2dc,ch 2, sc) all in sp between previous rows dc and cluster, (2dc, ch2, sc) all in ea ch 2 sp across.(2dc,ch 2, sc) all in last sp(between last 2 sts of previous row).
Rows 5-15: Repeat rows 3&4 alternating. Fasten of at end of row 15.
Weave in all ends

Sew a button on last cluster made.
Add a tassel. on beg ring(Row 1).

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