When winter rears its ugly head, it’s time to start taking preventative measures to stay warm. As a knitter, my mind immediately goes to knitting patterns. I start compiling projects for the new season that are not only warm, but stylish and bursting with rich color. Since there are a lot of patterns out there, I thought I’d share with you a few of my favorite knit headband patterns to get you started on your cold weather knitting. I hope you enjoy!
Horseshoe Cable Headband: This headband pattern is not only colorful and warm, but it’s incredibly cute. Have fun personalizing your headband with handmade buttons!
Adjustable Cable Headband: Made with two strands of worsted weight wool, this dense headband pattern is sure to block out even the coldest of winter winds. The best part is that it’s also adjustable!
Dark Leaf Ear Warmer: Unleash your inner 1920s glamor girl with this vintage-inspired pattern. Composed of simple knit and purl stitches, this stylish winter accessory is ideal for advanced and beginner knitters alike.