Headbands, Headbands and More Headbands!

My favorite winter accessory?: Scarves. My second favorite?: headbands!

Within the last few years I started noticing these adorable knit and crocheted headbands that were super wide and usually adorned with a flower. They’re super cute, and actually very good at keeping one’s ears nice and toasty. Last winter, I was about to buy one, but since I’m one cheap chick I said “Screw that!” and made one for myself! The very first one I made was a simple gray band with a slinky flower.  I joined it together with a button and, VOILA! I had my own fashionable winter headband! Little did I know this would be the item I’d find myself making the most, because, as it turns out, I wasn’t the only gal looking for one of these headbands. As soon as I posted a picture to facebook I got lots of requests from friends and family. Recently I found a new flower pattern which I’ve talked about here a short while ago and started using that on my flower headbands.  After making that first headband I got a little more crafty and creative  and played with more ideas..

SOOOO, I’ve decided to share some of the different wintery headbands I’ve made.  Maybe I’ll find the time to make a tutorial/pattern for some of them in the future.. Here are a few of the wonderfully wintery accessories I love =) They look cute in all types of hair. So now that the cold weather has finally started nipping at us, bundle up and sport a headband; your ears will thank you!

What is YOUR favorite thing keeping you warm this winter?

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