Headband Knitting Patterns – My Top Recommendations

Get ready to make your next knitting project shine! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced knitter, this selection of headband knitting patterns are for you.

From stylish designs that will keep your ears warm in cooler weather, to chic looks that are sure to keep those pesky flyaways at bay. Here are my top recommendations.

Vintage Knit Tie Headband Pattern

Create your own version of this beautiful pattern

Thanks to the help of Jessica from Mama In A Stitch

Vanessa Headband

This is such a lovely pattern

All made possible with the help of Nancy Ricci from Getting Purly With It

Lattice Cable Headband Pattern

Take a look at the pattern here

Thanks to Kerin Dimeler- Laurence from Knit Picks

Heartsome

Linnea Ornstein from Ravelry has some fabulous suggestions for this gorgeous pattern

Check out the complete guide.

Convertible Center Row Lace Headband Neck Warmer

Find all the details for this fabulous pattern

Enjoy making your own version.

Follow the instructions by Brandy and Mary from Rewind Knits and Crochet

Endless Braid Winter Ear Warmer and Summer Headband

Elisa McLaughlin from Etsy has all the instructions for this pattern idea

Make sure you check out the other posts while you are there.

Stephenie

To create this wonderful pattern project

Check out the all the steps by Vicky Chan from Ravelry

Winter Berry

This post features some great ideas

Plenty of inspiration by Kalurah from While they Play

Beads and Bows Headband

Bet you can’t wait to get start making your own version of this pattern idea.

Follow the tutorial by The Team at Interweave

Lola Headband

Lola from Bobbin and Purl has this super fun pattern to make.

The instructions are easy to follow and understand.

Oppskrift på ZiggyZag Headband

You will be super excited to create this beautiful pattern.

All the details can be found in the post by Anne from Froken Fargerik

Bouquet of Headbands

Tanis Gray from Ravelry has created clear and easy to understand instructions for this pattern project.

If you try it, please let me know how it goes.

Feathered Arrow Headband

Just looking at this makes me want to start making!

Find the inspiration in the post by Gretchen from Balls to the Walls Knits

Knitted Vintage Inspired Knot Headband

Amy from Fearless Homemaker shares their experience and tips for how to make this pattern project.

Follow her clear and easy to understand instructions to make your own.

Knit Ear Warmer Pattern with Flower Crochet

Doing this project is a wonderful idea, and the results look fantastic!

Thanks to the creativity of Ashlee Marie.

Lacefield Knit Headband

Enjoy creating this pattern idea

Follow the instructions by Neeka.

Moss Stitch Bow Headband

Stefanie from A Common Thread has a clear and easy to understand pattern.

Another fun project that will pay off in the end!

Alpine Comfort

Renée Kies on Ravelry steps you through the techniques used in this brilliant project.

Take a look at the pattern here.

Let me know how it went in the comments.

Bulky Braided Knit Headband

A really wonderful idea.

Plus the results look great!

To make it yourself, take a look at the instructions by Ann from Crazy Hands

Ombré Headband

Rebecca Brown from Chem Knits gives great step by step instructions on how to make this gorgeous pattern

Follow the tutorial outlined in her post.

Green Forest

Another pattern to try.

What a fabulous idea!

Thanks to the creative mind of Renate Ridley on Ravelry

The Ear Warmer

Some lovely ideas for you.

You can find the pattern here.

Follow the step by step instructions that are easy to understand by Alicia Kellum from Wake and Whimsy

Free, Quick and Easy Knitted Head Warmer Pattern

The Team at The Stitch Sharer from The Stitch Sharer steps you through the pattern idea.

I definitely want to do this one when I have time.

FREE Friendship Cable Headband Knitting Pattern Video

The Team at Brome Fields from Brome Fields provides all the details for this pattern project.

Have you ever tried something like this?

Pacesetter Headband

This would make a wonderful handmade project

Find all the materials and instructions in the complete guide by Andi Satterlund on Ravelry

Gorgeous Stranded Colorwork Headband

Andi Satterlund from Envato Tuts has created a beautiful project for you to follow here.

Check out the details on how to make it yourself.

A Quick Cabled Gift Idea

Kathleen from Interweave has some excellent pattern ideas, which you should try out.

Check out the loveliness.

You will so excited to get started!

How to Knit a Headband – Beginner Level

Bring some easy and amazing pattern goodness into your life with the help of Chandi from Expression Fiber Arts

Celtic Headband

Juliana Lustenader from Ravelry steps you through the requirements to make this lovely creation here.

Looks like so much fun!

Knitted Turban Headband

What fun it will be to create your own version of this pattern project.

With the expert assistance of Alicia Kellum from Wake and Whimsy

Arrow Head Lace

What a gorgeous handmade pattern.

Made possible by designer Jenn from Roving Crafters

Free Cable-Knit Headband Pattern

Rachel from DIY in PDX has some excellent suggestions for this pattern idea.

Follow the complete guide.

Owl Headband

What you need for this wonderful project is outlined in the tutorial by Nita Brainard from Pilgrim Poetry

Ribby Turban Headband Pattern

You are sure to be excited to make your own version of this inspiring pattern.

All the details are included in the post by Amy Small from Knit Collage

DROPS Head Band

Super fun pattern idea to make thanks to The Team at DROPS Design.

The I Heart U Knit Headband Free Pattern

Your creativity will be flowing when you create this gorgeous pattern.

Follow the instructions by Alnaar from Leelee Knits

Simple Seed Stitch Headband

Stephanie from All About Ami has detailed, clear and easy-to-understand instructions to help you make this pattern project

You will be very pleased with the final product.

Easy Lacy Headband In Imitation Embroidery Stitch Pattern

Ratcha Chambers from Learn Knitting Stitches shares their knowledge and helpful tips on how to make this pattern project

Follow the instructions to make your own.

Garter Ridge Headband

Doing this project is a great idea, and the results look fantastic!

All the information you need is provided by Marie Segares from Underground Crafter

Childs Easy Knit Headband Pattern

I am sure you will enjoy making this pattern project.

Follow the step by step instructions by Jane and Sonja from Sustain My Craft Habit

DIY Cable Knit Headband Pattern

What are you waiting for?

Get ready and create your own version of this lovely pattern.

Read all the details outlined in the post by Michele from Lil Bit

Knitting for Seasons Past

Melody from From Scratch steps you through how to make this funtastic project.

Twistin Turban

A superb idea, this pattern looks such fun to make.

Take a look at the instructions.

Then get busy!

Thanks to the creative talents of Christine from iKNITS

Owl Headband

Amanda Kaffka from The Crafty Jackalope gives great tips and tricks on how to make this fun pattern.

Knit Headband with Crochet Flower

People will be impressed with your talents when you create this fabulous pattern.

Follow the list of steps by Edie Eckman on Ravelry

Conclusion

Hope this roundup inspired you to pick up your needles! Do you have any plans for your next headband knitting pattern project? Let me know in the comments section below, or via the contact page. I’d love to hear from you.

About The Author

Jodie Morgan From Knit Like Granny

Jodie Morgan - (Author and Founder)

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Lives In: Chiang Mai, Thailand


Author: Jodie Morgan is a passionate knitter and blogger with 40+ years of experience currently living in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Taught by her mother and wonderful grandmother “Mama”, she fell in love with crafting from a young age. When she’s not knitting, you’ll find her enjoying a cup of coffee with cream, or sharing helpful resources and tips with the online knitting community. Please say hello, or see what she's making on Ravelry.

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