A headband is a band that is worn around the head to rearrange the hair a little and to protect the face, or as a decorative accessory that suits your dress. Earlier headbands were simple loops of rubber band or a horseshoe-shaped plastic or metal band. Now, thanks to the headband knitting patterns, you can easily create great headbands by simply selecting a design and yarn of your choice and following the instructions given. A knitted headband is undoubtedly cute and practical to keep your hair in place, while a wide headband can be used as a ear warmer in winter. Wool scraps can be used to knit a stylish headband and provide it with knitted bows, knit flowers and even simple knit buttons.
A knitted headband, unlike hats, can be worn on any hair type. Even a knitted headband will not give you the crazy hair that often occurs when you're wearing a hat. Flowery headbands are very easy to knit and you can add as many or as few flowers as you like. With soft and voluminous yarn, you can knit a headband with waves for both your toddler and for you. Thin headbands in different colors are cute when worn by little girls. Another excellent pattern is the reversible headband, which can be worn from left to left.
To knit a hairband made from hairband knitting patterns can be a great weekend project as it only takes a few hours to create a really clunky looking hair band.