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Knitted Headband Patterns
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Knitted headbands look stylish on you during the winters and keep your head warm and cozy without messing up your hair. They can also double up as ear warmers. Children look adorable with the flower and bow headbands on them. Also, if you are thinking about making a quick holiday gift for someone close to you, the below free patterns have got you covered.
Easy Knit Headbands for Beginners
If you are a beginner knitter, you can try these simple free headband patterns.
Twisted Headbands to Knit
The crossover patterns of knit headbands are the most common.
Cable Knit Headband Patterns
Cable knit headbands are usually thicker and boast of a look more textured than other patterns. We especially like them in grey.
Loom Knit Headbands
We have something for you, even if you are a loom knitter. How about a chunky knit twisted headband in red or a pink floral one?
Patterns for Knit Headband Ear Warmers for Winter
Who said ear warmers may look boring but should serve the purpose? The below floral and textured stripes patterns show you how. Knitted headbands top the list of winter fashion accessories due to their good looks and ability to keep your head and ears warm.
Knit Headbands with Bulky Yarn
A plus point in using chunky yarn for your headband is that it knits up really fast and looks gorgeous on you.
Baby Headband Knitting Patterns
Flower and bow patterns of knitted headbands look cute on toddler girls. Additionally, they keep the child’s head cozy to some extent.
If you think that the twisted patterns of headbands are too common, you can try the turban, braided, cabled, knotted styles as well as the patterns with buttons. The straight and thick ones are a favorite of skiers. This is one hair accessory that can be made pretty fast and be made to flaunt a variety of looks.
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