Beautiful Knitted Headband Ideas

Beautiful Knitted Headband Ideas

Knitted headbands are so flattering and most importantly – super comfy and warm! You can really wear them all year long, when the colder days come. What’s more, they are great to knit, because they are simply to make (most of the time at least) and they allow you to relax and take your mind off things.

So if you want to work mindlessly on something, a beginner friendly project is what you’re looking for. All of these knitted patterns below are beginner friendly and will add style and elegance to your everyday outfit. So if you’re got any leftover yarn, you know what to do! These headbands will also make fantastic gifts for your family and friends! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.


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Twisted headband

This beautiful, delicate knitted headband in the pictures below was made by Diana Levine Knits using double stockinette stitch! Twisted headband are very popular recently and I can totally see why, aren’t they just the most gorgeous pieces? Have fun with this one and don’t forget to play with the colors! 

  • DESIGNED by: Diana Levine Knits
  • PROJECT TYPE: knitted headband
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Twisted headband 

PHOTOS by Diana Levine Knits / Instagram.com

Find original free pattern on YouTube, the top photo is here and the bottom photo is here.

Emerald Song Headband

This gorgeous knitted headband in the pictures below was made by Christina Garza-Brown and it’s a super easy to knit project, using DK weight yarn. Simply knit in the round with purls and slipped stitches, you will whip it up in a heartbeat!

  • DESIGNED by: Christina Garza-Brown
  • PROJECT TYPE: knitted headband
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Emerald Song Headband

PHOTOS by Christina Garza-Brown / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

 

Two Twisted Headbands

How flattering is this gorgeous knitted headband in the pictures below? The pattern covers two different headband styles with a simple and very elegant twist. The fabric is incredibly soft and warm, so it will come in handy all year long! What’s more, the yarn is super easy to work with, and the finished headband doesn’t curl!

  • DESIGNED by: Davina Choy
  • PROJECT TYPE: knitted headband
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Two Twisted Headbands

PHOTOS by Davina Choy / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on sheepandstitch.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Pin Me Up Headband

Take a look at the pictures below and fall in love with this super girly knitted headband in such a stunning shade of grey! It’s super simple to make and the pattern is totally free. What outfits would you wear it with? It’s very universal, so have fun with this project!

  • DESIGNED by: Knitatude / Chantal Miyagishima
  • PROJECT TYPE: knitted headband
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Pin Me Up Headband

PHOTOS by Knitatude / Chantal Miyagishima / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitatude.ca or read more about it on Ravelry.

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2 thoughts on “Beautiful Knitted Headband Ideas

  1. Hi I have just found your website and I am blown away with your beautiful patterns, I made myself a cup of tea and when I came back I couldn’t get into it
    the baby patterns I was viewing, I have tried and tried but I couldn’t get into it

    . I know that this is probably my own mistake. I’m eager to start making baby outfits.
    My grandson & his wife are expecting a baby in October and it is my first great grandchild I’m so eager to start. I do hope that you can help me. I just need to know how to get from the main page and into the baby patterns Thank you for your patience Sue Bradshaw St Annes on sea. Lancashire, England

    1. Hi Sue, thank you so much for reaching out!
      First of all, congratulations on becoming a great-grandmother soon!
      I’ve send you a message on your email, because the comments section doesn’t allow so many characters. 🙁
      Please check your email and let me know if you need any help, I will help! 🙂

      Have a lovely day!
      Maya

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