How to Knit a Headband with a Twist

What have we got for you lucky knitters today !! 

With a knit, twist & shake Mirella Moments brings you the ‘headband with a twist’.

A super-duper project to start, whether you are a beginner or an avid knitter, this is ideal for either. This headband is adorable and warm for that extra touch for either that chilly evening or added style to your outfit. Knitted for you or will it be a present for someone special?  Your daughter, niece or friend will just fall in love with this. The choice of yarn is Light Worsted and has a huge range of shades to choose from, mix and match all the way to your wardrobe and favorite colours.

To top all that off, Get this!! It’s Absolutely FREE. Download your pattern and get started with this full tutorial

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Mirella leads you through the video tutorial with ease, showing clearly step by step the stitches as the headband unfolds. Beginning with a long tail cast on method using a circular needle and using both needles together for the cast-on row.

The tutorial is a delight to follow, you won’t drop a stitch whilst Mirella’s voice is very calming enabling one to follow the instructions easily. It is knitted in English Rib, so get ready to learn a new technique to add to your skillset. It is a quick and easy project with a twist!! The twist is effortlessly demonstrated by Mirella as she makes it look easy and you end up with a soft and stylish headband.

Extra Items needed – Needles – 3.5mm (US4/UK9). I used 40cm (16″) circular needles.


Adult fit, head circumference: 56-58cm (22″-22.5″). If you want to change the width – cast on more/fewer stitches, but a total stitch count must be a multiple of 3.

Care instructions for your new headband:

  • Wash in Cool Water
  • Do Not Iron
  • Do Not Bleach
  • Do Not Tumble Dry

Please enjoy knitting your HeadBand with a Twist and feel free to leave a comment or question below.

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