29 Ear Warmer Headband Knitting Patterns
Check out these free knit ear warmer patterns to learn how to stay warm in style.
This collection of 27 Ear Warmer Headband Knitting Patterns will have you wishing for a chill in the air! These fun knitted headband patterns are the perfect way to keep your head and ears warm while showing off a bit of your personality through unique designs and embellishments.
The best part is you don't need to be an experienced knitter in order to make your own knit ear warmer, because there are styles to suit any skill level. You can work up one of these in a matter of hours and enjoy your new knitted accessory for winter the very next day. There's truly nothing better than knowing you've create a one-of-a-kind item with your own two hands.
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Cable Knit Ear Warmers
Looking for a knit ear warmer pattern with a little added warmth? These cable knit designs add a bit of bulk to keep your head and earms warm when there's a chill in the air. Cable knitting might look intimidating at first, but it's really quite easy once you get the hang of it. Before you know it, you'll be able to create beautiful cables with your eyes closed.
Cabling is one of the easiest things you can do in knitting, so give these knit ear warmers a try and see for yourself. You will have a stylish cold weather accessory in no time.
"Do you like jogging in the morning? Then this headband's tutorial for you. I used wool+acrylic yarn but it will be even better if you use pure wool."
Learning how to make a headband has never been easier than with the Braided Cable Headband. This knit headband pattern can take as little as an hour to complete, and the end result is simply fantastic.
Calling all fashionistas! If you love wearing headbands when the temperature starts to drop, then you need to check out this Cable Knit Headband.
"This is the Bulky Braided Knit Headband pattern that can be finished within 1 or 2 hours. Cabling is the perfect way to make a stylish and cute accessory for the autumn or winter time."
Designed right here in the AllFreeKnitting studios, this charming cable knit pattern is made out of bulky yarn, making it comfy and cute. Plus, it's easy to make and whips up quickly.
Knitted Headband Patterns for Little Ones
Is there anything cuter than a child or baby wearing a sweet knit headband? Whether adorned with bows, flowers, or free of embellishment, these free child and baby knitting patterns certainly do not disappoint. Since it's easy to make a handful of these headbands in a short amount of time, you can make an assortment for your own little lady or as a baby shower gift for an excited mama-to-be.
The Bowtastic Baby Headband is as cute as can be. It only takes an hour to complete this free knitting pattern for babies. Your little one will look so adorable with a bow sitting on top of her tiny head.
This Bow Tie Knitted Headband is the perfect back to school accessory for any young girl. With a bold statement bow, this headband knitting pattern will keep her stylish and put together.
The Sparkly Baby Headbands are an adorable way to spread holiday cheer. These knitted headbands are made in festive red and green yarn and feature a touch of shimmer. Plus, the adorable knit flower adds an extra special accent.
This Easy Seed Stitch Light Headband is a quick knit, lightweight headband, making it perfect for year-round wear. It is knit in the seed stitch, and is a great beginning knitting project for someone wanting to practice that particular stitch.
Keep the hair out of your eyes with a headband of your own creation! This Knit Lace Headband will be popular with girls and women who want to add a little homemade style to their look.
"This stunning fall pattern features a wide band embellished with gorgeous fall flowers. This is a quick and fun pattern that features Baby, Toddler, Child and Adult sizes."
Sometimes the weather is too warm for a hat, but cold enough that your ears start to freeze. The Flower Power Knitted Headband is just what you need when these cool breezes blow in.
I'm always looking for new DIY headband projects and these cute Bow and Ribbon Headbands fit the bill. Create two different styles of headbands with this easy knitting pattern.
Trendy Knit Ear Warmer Patterns
One of the best qualities of a knit headband pattern is the ability to elevate your look without much effort. These trendy designs are perfect for a wide range of outfits. From bows to twists to chevron stitch patterns, you can easily find a knit ear warmer pattern to suit your personal style and skill level.
This Pink Cable Braid Headband is such a bright, fun headband knitting pattern. Using fingering yarn and size 3 circular needles, this free knitting pattern makes a delicate, tightly-ribbed headband that would be the perfect gift for a teen or granddaughter.
This brown and white knit headband can be whipped up in under an hour and it makes a great gift for a loved one or yourself. The neutral colors and design of the Nice and Neutral Striped Headband will go with any outfit.
Can't find a beginner knitting project? This Vintage Tie-Up Knit Headband is such an easy knitting pattern and is perfect for beginners! Although a great summer knitting pattern, this easy DIY accessory can be worn all year long.
An easy knitting pattern that works for all skill levels, this Spring Crown Headband is the perfect spring project! This easy knit headband pattern makes for a great DIY accessory or even a DIY gift idea.
Channel your inner flower child with the Flower Power Headband. This free knitting pattern features a variety of beautiful colors you are sure to love. The variegation lines up perfectly with the stitch pattern for a very tidy result.
The Marigold Seed Stitch Headband is a gorgeous way to practice the seed stitch. This free knit headband pattern beautifully showcases the gorgeous scattered seed effect in a striking color you won't be able to resist.
Keep your ears warm and look stylish with this Pink Bow Headband. Learn how to knit headband with a bow and only use half a ball of yarn. This pattern is easy to follow and you can use the other half of your yarn to make a second headband.
Fight off the chill of winter with knit headband patterns like this one for Dark Leaf Ear Warmers. Composed of simple knit and purl stitches, you'll be surprised at the rich texture that emerges from your needles as you keep knitting.
This cheerful garter stitch knit headband pattern is sure to brighten the gloomiest of moods. There's no way to hide a smile while wearing the Goldenrod Cinched Headband.
Sometimes you want a knit hair accessory that does all the talking. The Creme de la Creme Headband is one of those stylish knits that's impossible to ignore.
This scrap-tastic knitting pattern is perfect for making yarn disappear before your eyes. The Gypsy Queen Headband is a cute and cozy knit headband pattern you'll love wearing almost as much as you'll love making.
Learning how to knit a headband is as easy as 1-2-3 with the Twisted Sister Headband. This easy knit headband pattern mainly uses the basic knit and purl stitches with only one deviation from the simple stitches.
This purrfect and charming pattern is perfect for the cat lover in your life. Warm and cute, this pattern is so unique yet easy to complete. You'll want to make it right meow.
What's your favorite stitch to use when knitting ear warmers?
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