Category: Knotted Headband

Different Types of Baby Bows and Headbands

 

 

There are different types of baby headbands and bows and new designs and patterns come into the market ever so often. One of the most popular headband trends is the Knotted Headband which has a style that offers simplicity mixed with class and sophistication. This kind of headband is usually available in different sizes and can also stretch to fit different ages. This means you can use it for your newborn and keep using it till they are small toddlers.

List of Headbands and Bows Types:

 

Knotted Headband

 

  1. Classic Knots
  2. Patterned Knots
  3. Skinnys
  4. Jersey Bows
  5. Trimmed Knots
  6. Printed Knots
  7. Sailor Knots
  8. Cable Knit Knots

Using headbands for Newborns and Toddlers

The first 12 months of a baby’s life is a period of amazing and rapid growth. Studies have shown that by the time your baby gets to his first birthday, your baby will have tripled his birth weight and grown about 10 inches. This development may be hard to notice on a day-to-day basis. But you’ll see the proof at his well-baby checkups and every now and then you’ll be saying things like “hey I think my baby got bigger during the night”! I had this experience with my nephew. I visited and spent a couple of weeks with him and then I had to leave for two weeks. When I got back I noticed that he had significantly gotten bigger and taller. It was a marvelous thing to notice and witness and I can only imagine what parents must feel noticing that every now and then in the first year and subsequent years.

Now, speaking of the first year, your baby will be spending most of his or her time indoors just playing around, sleeping and doing baby stuff. Doctors and childcare professionals have advised that you keep your baby in comfortable, soft, easy to put on and take off clothing and accessories. The baby’s clothing options should be limited because they need to have the freedom to grow without having to deal with too many layers of clothes and shoes etc. You are also going to be changing them every couple of hours so you’ll be doing yourself a favor if they are in something that’s easy to take off and out on.

 

With these limited options, parents are usually at a loss on how to style their baby if the need arises. Let’s say you want to do a newborn photo shoot or you want to take your baby to church or a family outing. How do you style your baby without going overboard and while maintaining the minimal baby aesthetic? The answer to this is baby Headbands. Baby Headbands have continued to grow in popularity and with good reason. You can get baby headbands in different styles, colors, and prints and they instantly elevate an outfit. The Baby Bling Bows Patterned Knots are a common favorite. They are one of the best selling headbands. These headbands are soft and made with great materials, they can be dressed up or dressed down and they are available in a variety of colors. The headbands are also stretchy so your child can continue to use them as they grow bigger. Grab a couple knotted headbands or more for your baby or toddler and you’ll find yourself always using them and falling in love with them over and over again.

 

Knotted Headbands for the Holidays

Baby Bling Bows Continues to offer unique, comfortable and very stylish baby headbands that both parents and kids love. The latest addition to their already rich collection is the Knotted Headbands. These headbands come in the age-old and season cable knit knotted design giving the bow an air of sophistication and character. The headbands come in a variety of unique colors such as Ballet pink, Burgundy, Forest green, Lilac, and Ivory.

Knotted Headbands are a great way to style a newborn and during this festive season, they will come in very handy. For toddlers, baby bows and headbands can be a great way to get them to have a say in what they wear. It could be the gateway accessory for your stylish little one. For this festive season, go for colors like forest green, cherry or burgundy to keep in with the theme of Christmas. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also style your baby with the charcoal colored bows. The Ivory colored bows will be perfect if you’re in an area that has winter. You’ll be having a white Christmas (lucky you) so why not stick with that color pallet and enjoy the festivities.

 

Style this the bows with a cute peplum style dress if you’re feeling fancy or go for a two-piece ensemble of a blouse and leggings, shorts or even a skirt. If you love to play with colors, this will be a great way to infuse color and some color blocking. Contrasting colors when matched correctly always make up a great and fun outfit.

 

Best Materials for Bows

It’s no foreign concept that baby’s skin are more sensitive than normal and so required ext5ra care and tenderness which includes not exposing them to harsh fabrics. Below are some common fabrics that are great for baby and are used to make baby clothes and headbands.

Jersey Knit: Cotton jersey knit fabric is another great choice for children’s and baby items. Jersey knit is breathable and easy to work with, making it an excellent choice even for sewing novices (for all you DIY moms) and making it extremely wearable. It resists pilling and is very stretchable. Jersey knit is also incredibly soft, making it a fantastic fabric for simple, fun apparel. You can choose to buy everyday play clothes in a jersey knit fabric.

Fleece: Fleece is another fabric that just like cotton, is known for its warmth, making it a go-to fabric for outerwear and blankets. Fleece dries quickly and is extremely soft, making fleece materials the perfect fabric for babies. Best of all, fleece is simple to wash and resists stains. When in doubt, choosing a fleece fabric is an effortless way to give the newest baby in your life some comfortable homemade clothing and accessories.

Bamboo Rayon: Bamboo rayon fabric is the perfect fabric for swaddles, blankets, hats, and garments, winter hats, and winter baby bows. It is an ultra soft yet durable rayon fiber derived from bamboo plants. It’s great for sensitive skin and is thermal-regulating, meaning that it will adjust to a child’s temperature and is, therefore, less likely to become too hot. This attribute makes bamboo a wonderful choice for layering.

Gauze: Gauze fabric comes in two forms: single gauze and double gauze. Whether you pick single or double gauze, this cotton fabric is light, breathable, and airy. It is sometimes referred to as muslin in ready-made products for receiving blankets. Single gauze is just one layer of gauze, but Double Gauze is the real star of the show, featuring two layers of gauze that are tacked together at regular intervals. Japanese double gauze is highly prized for its ultra soft hand and opacity.