If you have a combined passion for knitting as well as flaunting your hair with stylish headbands, then put your skills into action by making some brilliantly designed headbands for yourself and loved ones. These interesting tutorials and patterns would give you a hang of the several designs you can incorporate while knitting a headband.
This colorful headband will also do the work of an ear warmer as you go out in the chilling cold.
Though an all-in-one loom has been used here, you can knit this pattern using a round or circular loom.
The crossing of layers as seen in this headband has been achieved by the cable knitting pattern.
The cable pattern used here gives the headband an elegant look.
If you have just learnt knitting, then this headband made of simple braids would be apt for you.
The bump pattern on the headband is indeed a creative idea.
This beautiful pink headband with a bow sitting on it looks just awesome.
If you feel convenient to knit using a loom, then the given pattern would suit you the best.
You can put the button on the flower or arrange it to a side.
The lovely jewel adorning the black flower gives the headband an ecstatic look. You can also glue many rhinestones all over the headband.
To give the cable patterned headband a pleated look, you may do a bit of ruching at the end.
For the cable pattern to come out neat, opt for a cable needle—–which is small and twisted in appearance, like the one shown in this tutorial. This pattern can also be used for knitting headbands for men though the width should be greater than the one seen in this picture.
This stylish purple headband would perfectly complement your sweater skirt of the same color.
If you have a fascination for braids, then this pattern would suit you the best.
If you have mastered the art of crocheting, then you can also crochet a flower on your knitted headband or add a bow, leaf or make a heart-shaped design on it.
This plaited headband can be used in place of a hat, wrapping your head conveniently during the chilling winters.
The button closure attached to the headband makes it be used as a neck warmer too.
If you are knitting a headband for your little princess, you may choose a vibrant color for the band and another one for the bow.
This headband cum ear warmer would look cute on your kid when she wears it with her sweater dress in the cold winters. The flower sitting on it makes it more appealing.
The crucial part of bringing in the turban-like pattern is the twisting part.
Your little munchkin would look the cutest in this pink knitted headband. If you are planning to gift your friend’s newborn something unique, a colorful headband with a crochet bow or ribbon would be an apt choice.
If you have an old t-shirt or skirt, then instead of discarding it off, save scraps from it to make an enticing fabric headband like the one shown below.
This owl patterned headband can be a perfect Christmas gift though the color combination should be changed to green and red keeping to match the festive spirit.
You can glue or stitch a showy button onto it to give this simple-looking headband a unique touch.
So here we have an array of colorful headbands you can make for yourself, your children or kith and kin. You can use a circular or straight needle as per your convenience and select a stitch pattern that suits you the best.
Published on March 1st 2016 by Miranda Gibbs