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Trend Alert: Twist Headband! Make Your Own

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Trend Alert: Twist Headband! Make Your Own

The latest trend in knitted accessories is one you’ve almost definitely seen. The turban headband is everywhere these days, and everyone is wearing it – from celebrities to your mom! But why buy the expensive, store-bought version when you can easily make your own in a luxury fiber? For some celebrity info, as well as cute pattern recommendations, read on, and dive into this trend for a fresh winter look.

Celebs are sporting this look in all different kinds of fabrics and materials, from soft jersey cotton to more shiny and metallic looks for an evening out. But we think this style lends itself perfectly to knit and crochet, and many Ravelry users agree! For some cute takes on this look, all of which can be found on Ravelry, keep reading below. In case you’re new to Ravelry, you’ll need a free account to sign in and access these patterns & more.

Make Your Own Turban Headband

This twisted headband look is inspired by the turban, but it’s a more casual and accessible style. If you’re looking for a cute alternative to the winter toque, then you’ll love adding this accessory to your rotation. While it might not be the warmest on chilly days, it’ll definitely keep your ears warm, which is essential. Blogger All About Ami is leading the turban headband trend, with multiple cute patterns available on Ravelry.

A couple more Ravelry users got in on the fun, and shared their patterns for these adorable twisted headbands as well! Below, you’ll see a pattern for the Delinda Headband, shared by HandmadebyLeena, using our Wool-Ease Solids, Heathers & Twists. User Hailey Colleen also shared a cute turban headband, her Sierra Chunky Twist Headband. Because this one uses Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, it’ll work up in no time – you could craft it while watching an episode of your favorite TV show.

Do You Love This Trend?

Are you already rocking this hot new knitted trend? Let us know in the comments below if you’re a fan of the turban headband, or if it’s a brand new look to you. Do you prefer a sleek & slim style, or something chunkier and more reminiscent of the turban inspiration this trend comes from? Share your tips for getting the perfect fit, and any styling advice you might have in the comments below.

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  • I LOVE wearing headbands as they’re such a chic way to stay warm and they look cute with your hair up or down! Thank you so much for including my headband designs in your wonderful blog post, Ally! I greatly appreciate your support, and I can’t wait to see more people creating and rocking their own twisted headbands!

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