Fall and winter present a problem for the ladies: we love a warm head and ears, but we don’t want to mess up these well-groomed locks. American college campuses are the natural habitat for one solution: knitted headbands. Sorority sisters and Rastafarians alike (yes, I had dread locks for a decade!) can get behind the warm, chunky headband.
But ladies, must we wear a huge crocheted flower on our noggins?
Do we really need to look like everyone else?
I mean, you’ve been to Europe. You want something rad like this
but not quite this.
More like this
People always ask what I’m working on. This is it. The quest for a better headband for 2012-13, in trendy colors like espresso brown and metallics.
I love to post my works in progress and inspiration on Instagram, so follow me to see all my current projects (@knitsforlife).
Cast on an inspiring pattern like the ones below and play along!
earmuffs are really handy specially in cold snowy weather in the winter. we use them a lot even we are at home since it is very cold out here…
Take a peek at our very own blog site as well
Knit Headband Ear Warmer by Three Bird Nest. Is there a pattern for this headband? Where can I get the pattern.
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Thanks, Gloria–glad to help!
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