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DIY Knitted Bow Headwrap!

This adorable headwrap only took me two hours to put together! It's very simple to make (if you already know how to knit). It's a great beginner's project because it only requires knitting three pieces and putting them together.


This project does not require a lot of materials. You basically need yarn and knitting needles, all which can be purchased at Walmart for a few dollars. I got Caron Simply Soft in Burgundy and 8 mm knitting needles.


First we will knit the headband. Cast on 10 stitches. You can adjust the stitches accordingly to how thick you want the band to be. Then you just continue like you are knitting a scarf. Keep going until it is a snug fit around your head.


Now you have to put the band together. I am using this yarn needle to sew the ends together. You can also use needle and thread or just use your fingers to weave it together.


Next, we will create the bow. Cast on 12 stitches and keep knitting until you have reached your desired length. The more rows you knit, the larger your bow will be. I stopped around this point.


Then I scrunched it into the shape of a bow and tied yarn in the middle to hold it together.


Lastly, create a thin band that goes in between the bow and wraps around the headband. Cast on 5 stitches and knit just enough so that the band can tightly wrap around the bow and the headband. Sew the ends of the thin band together on the inside.


Here's the final product! It was super easy to make and the materials only cost a couple bucks --way more affordable than buying one at a store. I had lots of yarn left over so I have more than enough yarn to make at least five more. These would be lovely gifts to give to people. :)

I hope this tutorial was helpful to you. Good luck!

♡ Natalie





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