Knitted Mesh Style Hairband with Beaded Ties

Elevate your hair game with this stunning Knitted Mesh Style Hairband with Beaded Ties. This hair accessory is the perfect blend of style and functionality, adding a touch of elegance to any outfit. The knitted mesh design not only looks chic but also ensures a comfortable fit, allowing you to wear it all day long without any discomfort. The beaded ties add a playful and whimsical element, making this hairband a true statement piece. The intricate knitted mesh pattern adds a touch of sophistication, while the beaded ties bring a touch of glamour. Whether you're heading to a special event or simply want to add a touch of flair to your everyday look, this hairband is the perfect accessory. It's not just a hairband, it's a fashion statement that will turn heads wherever you go.


1 pair of 4mm Needles
1 x 50g Double Knitting Yarn. The example here is made with Sirdar Click Yarn

32 x 5mm beads with large holes in a complementary colour.

0.75mm Crochet hook / needle


Abbreviation and Meaning

sts Stitches

[ ] All details enclosed in [ ] should be repeated as specified

K Knit (number after it refers to how many stitches to knit)

K2tog Knit next two stitches together

S1 Slip one

PSSO Pass slip stitch over next stitch to decrease a stitch

YFD Yarn forward over needle (makes a stitch)

To make hair band:
Using 4mm needles, cast on 9 stitches
Row 1 Purl to end
Row 2 K1, [YFD, K2Tog] repeat to end
Row 3 Purl to end
Row 4 [S1, K1, PSSO YFD] repeat to last stitch, K1
These four rows form pattern, continue working these four rows until work measures 36cm long, ending on an odd row.
Cast Off in Knit.

To make Up:
Secure the ends of the wool.
Cut 8 strands of yarn of approximately 45cm in length. Fold each tie in half and attach the centre of the ties to each bottom loop on both ends of the hair band (4 each side). Knot the first two ties together (on one side of the hair band approximately 4 cm from the hair band, leaving the ends hanging free. Repeat with all the other three sets ties. Trim the ends of the ties straight leaving as much length as possible. Then taking the crochet hook or a fine needle, thread 2 beads onto the end of each strand of yarn and knot to secure. Repeat for all 16 strands of thread.

Hints & Tips:

Care must be taken when knitting this pattern to ensure that you are on the correct row. This can be determined by looking at the layout of the rows. Accidentally repeating the same row will result in the hair band leaning in one direction rather than extending straight up.    

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