Granny Triangle Bandana

Design by Lisa Ferrel/My Fingers Fly.

Granny Triangle Bandana by Lisa Ferrel/My Fingers Fly
Granny Triangle Bandana by Lisa Ferrel/My Fingers Fly

Remember when Mom (or Grandma) taught you to make your first shawl? You were so proud of that accomplishment, every woman and girl in the family received a shawl that Christmas! Using that same pattern, I worked up some easy Triangle Bandanas using cotton worsted yarn and a size G hook. It’s a quick and easy pattern and only takes about 85 yards of yarn (I used I Love This Cotton). Make a few different colors to wear with your summer outfits. Bandana measures approximately 14″ wide and can be adjusted to any size you need.

Finished Size: 18″ wide (adjustable for anyone)


  • 85 yards cotton worsted yarn
  • Size G (4.0 mm) crochet hook

Skill Level: Beginner

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