Headbands | Cassie Clarke, Kari-Helene Rane, Davine Choy, Lux Adorna Knits
Headbands are an evergreen accessory and a very useful way to stashbust. The following patterns prepare you for all seasons, keeping your head warm in the cold without flattening the hair or as a fashion item in summer. They make a great gift too, quick and low cost to make.
Headband knitting pattern:
1. Moss Stitch Bow Turban / Headband | Cassie Clarke
A stylish turban-type headband that works great for beginners who want to learn a simple stitch that creates beautiful texture.
Pattern available for £3.00 here.
2. Inca Headband | Kari-Helene Rane
This is a perfect kit for the advanced beginner starting to experiment with variations on the knit and purl stitch. The diamond-shape makes a decorative and textured pattern and definitely looks more impressive than it is difficult!
Buy the pattern here (£3.00) and your 4 mm straight needles here.
3. The Easy Braided Headband | Davina Choy
An easy to make summer piece that gives you a number of variations to wear it: Olympic-Athlete-style across the forehead, pushed up against your hairline or even down around your neck like a statement necklace.
This free pattern can be used for all yarn weights – from a light fingering to a cushy bulky-weight yarn.
4. Ashley Flower Headband | Lux Adorna Knits
Photo credits: Cassie Clarke, Purl Alpaca Designs, Sheep & Stitch, Heidi Hennessy