Put the two edges of your headband together by sewing them together with a piece of yarn and a blunt needle. Arrange the edges such that they are next to one another. The next step is to begin at one end and work your way through both layers, bringing the needle back through the same hole after going around the edge. After that, go to the following stitch and pierce it with the needle.
How do you knit a headband?
- Continue knitting the next round as you would normally.
- First, wrap the yarn around the point of the right-hand needle, and then insert the right-hand needle through the first cast-on stitch on the left-hand needle.
- To construct a new stitch, you will need to pull this yarn through the loop.
Continue doing so all the way to the end of the row.Continue knitting the headband until it is the breadth you want it to be.
What size yarn do you need to make a headband?
If you want to keep your ears covered, you may make the headband as broad as you want it to be. For the headband, you can start by casting on 11 stitches if, for instance, you are working with a very thick yarn and knitting needles of size US 11 (9 mm). Knit in the front and back of each row until the headband reaches the desired length.