Color Me Happy Crochet Pattern PDF

White Styrofoam head at an angle wearing a crochet bandana that has been rolled into a thick band. The bandanna is light blue with 3 stripes close to the edge in green, pink, and purple. Under the head are 2 bright children's paintings, one of a pink and white snowman on blue paper, and one of a pink and blue heart on pink paper.

This product is the ad-free printable Color Me Happy crochet pattern PDF.

The Color Me Happy Kerchief is a great way to keep your hair back in a stylish and happy way. It also makes a great neck scarf, or make it much larger and create a stylish shawl.

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Color Me Happy Crochet Pattern Details


Whatever size you want!


Red Heart AUNT LYDIA’s Baker’s Cotton: (100% cotton), Size 1 – Sock/Fingering/Super Fine, 150 yds

Sample used 1 skein, plus a small amount of a few other colors to add in some stripes and made a kerchief just the right size to tie around a 20-23” head.

Crochet Hook

US G/6, 4.0mm


Not important, just keep adding rows until the kerchief is the size you want!

Other Supplies

Yarn Needle

Stitches and Abbreviations

click on highlighted sts for tutorials
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
( ) – work step in parentheses in indicated stitch
[ ] – work step in brackets number of times indicated

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A free online with ads version of this pattern can be found on Jessie At Home, HERE.

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More on Easy Crochet Kerchief Pattern PDF

Color Me Happy got its name because the way the Baker’s Cotton yarn works up in the linen stitch, it reminds me of the drawings my daughters make for me.

The linen stitch used lends itself to various nifty color patterns. If you use 2 colors and change every row you’ll get vertical stripes. For horizontal stripes you’ll need at least 2 rows of each color. You can also go with one main color with a single row of another color (or various colors) every 3 rows for a polka dot look. Play around with it, there are so many options!