I know winter is still making its presence known, but before we know it the long awaited respite of spring will be here. Ahh spring: The fresh smell of growing grass, the tiny green buds sprouting on dewy trees and bushes, miniature bulbs peaking their heads from the flower beds. And with spring comes the beautiful floral color palette – not only found in nature, but in fashion.
Spring is always a fun time to experiment with color, especially because we’ve been surrounded by winter grays and whites for so long. The key to wearing color is to not over-do it. Knit accessories are great for adding a pop of purple here or a dash or pink there. There is one accessory, however, that is sure to become a staple in your spring wardrobe: the knitted headband pattern.
Goldenrod Cinched Headband – This bright and beautiful knitted headband pattern is great for days when you need a little pick-me-up. The attractive cinch in the front adds interest as well as a fun shape to this pretty gold hair accessory. The Goldenrod Cinched Headband is perfect for days when you want to throw your hair back but still crave that polished look.
Crème de la Crème Headband – This knitted headband pattern is not for a shrinking violet. The Crème de la Crème Headband is a knit hair accessory that makes a stylish statement. This beautiful cream-colored headband is perfect for balancing out a masculine blazer or top. Don’t be intimidated by the dramatic bow – take on this easy knitted headband pattern with confidence!
Double Bump Twisted Headband – What makes this knitted headband pattern so fun is its great texture. Knit in double seed stitch, the Double Bump Twisted Headband is a fun and easy way to throw your hair back in style. We love the beautiful coral color of this easy knit, but try another spring color like Radiant Orchid to freshen up your look!
Springtime Headband – Buttons make everything better, and the same goes for this adorable knitted headband pattern. The light and lacy Springtime Headband is the perfect knit to display both your love of buttons and lace stitch skills. Don’t let the thought of knitting button holes scare you off, however. The lace stitching of this pattern is the perfect size to hold the buttons in place without them sliding out.
Chic Turban Headband – Turban style headbands are totally in right now, so why not save a few bucks and make your own DIY version? This knitted headband pattern may look difficult, but it’s a simple stockinette stitch rectangle with just one cable twist. The wine-colored yarn shown in the picture is great for year-round wear, but try experimenting with some pastel colors for a bright, springtime vibe.
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Which one of these knitted headband patterns is your favorite?