Friday, October 19, 2012

D.I.Y. Knotted Headband


Amy and I have been working away at the wonderful headbands for a few weeks now. Amy found the pattern here and we fell in love. Sew, we got started! This is not a hard pattern at all, in fact this is Amy's very first crochet project ever. If you have never crocheted before and want to start on an easy project that you can finish in a short time and be able to wear, this is your project. 


We headed off to the rail road tracks to photograph these beauties. The fall weather was absolutely perfect today and the leaves matched our headbands wonderfully.




You can wear them over your hair, like this.


Or under your hair, like this. You can even wear them with your hair up. They are perfect to keep your ears warm during the cooler fall months, too.




Like I said, if you want a quick and easy project to make, head over here and follow these really clear instructions. We have already made five of them and you can adjust the size for children, as well. 

Let me know if you try it!

24 comments:

  1. Hey Amanda Rose! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and wish me a happy sits day. Happy Sits day to you too (in advance). I love those headbands. I newly natural, and am always on the hunt for hair accessories. Do you make make them with satin material? Thanks again!

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  2. This would be such a good way to procrastinate!! Hahaha. I think I shall wait to give this a shot after I hand all my major essays in though :P Super keen to try and make one though, these headbands are so cute!! :D Rhi xx

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  3. hi Amanda Rose, thank you for visiting me and your sweet wishes! your space is lovely to see and those headbands are all kinds of awesome. i love a cozy something or other to wrap up in. you girls are cute as can be, most excellent results - kudos! ♥

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  4. I'm so glad to meet you. I love sewing, so I look forward to seeing the projects you'll be doing for the holidays. Happy SITS Day!

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  5. Those really are darling. I've been working on the same blanket for 3 years. Perhaps I should try something smaller!

    Happy SITS Day!

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  6. Happy SITS Day! These headbands are very cute!

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  7. These are super cute!! Happy SITS day :) Congrats on being featured.

    Linda

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  8. Happy SITS Day!! These are adorable!

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  9. Happy SITS Day! I'm subscribing to your feed--your blog looks like loads of fun.

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  10. LOVE this idea! I crochet headbands all the time, and never thought about adding the knot element to it! Going to make this soon!

    Happy SITS day!!

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  11. Happy SITS Day! :) Cute project! I've not crocheted in years...Maybe it's time to take it back up! :) I hope you have an amazing day!

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  12. Great pictures and adorable headbands!! Happy SITS day!

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  13. Adorable! And I love that you headed to the railroad tracks to take pictures! What a fun idea.

    Congrats on your SITS day!

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  14. Happy SITS Day once again! You are so multi-talented! :)

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  15. hiya, been visiting your blog-- brilliant, love it all, going to encourage my teen daughters to have a go, keep up the good work, am now following you, tina

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  16. I love it and I want one and of course have no idea how to crochet. I can knit... sort of. As in I can knit a rectangle, but that's that.

    Happy SITS Day!

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  17. Cute, cute headbands! Makes me wish I had longer hair!!

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  18. These are so cute! Totally perfect for fall.

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  19. They are darling~ I think I need to make one, too. :)

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  20. I saw those on Etsy and I want one! I need to get myself some crocheting needles and yarn asap!

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  21. I love your blog! My daughter and I want to learn how to sew so hopefully we will be able to get some tips from you on here! Blessings

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