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From Top Left to Bottom Right: Three’s Company. Deep-Textured Bow. Wrap Bow. Eyelet Headband.
A few months ago these patterns were included in the 6th issue of CraftSanity Magazine, a West Michigan based independently published magazine from Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood. But today I’m releasing them for free! They are just too cute to keep to myself any longer.

There is no easier way of incorporating knitting into your daily wardrobe than by throwing on a fun headband. All four of these headbands are fun to knit and easy to complete in an afternoon. So pull out some brightly colored yarn and get knitting! You’ll want all four.

From Top Left to Bottom Right: Three’s Company. Deep-Textured Bow. Wrap Bow. Eyelet Headband.

Yarn Suggested: Knit Picks Stroll Tonal, Knit Picks CotLin
Needle size: US 2 - 2.75 mm, US 7 - 4.5 mm, US 4 - 3.5 mm, US 9 - 5.5 mm
Yardage: 25 - 100 yards (23 - 91 m)
Sizes available: Sizes Customizable

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  • Step 1

    With first color, CO 3 sts. Work in Icord till piece measures 21 1⁄2”, or until 1⁄2” shorter than head circumference. Cut yarn and secure end. Repeat for two additional colors.

  • Step 2

    FINISHING
    Seam first icord together, joining to make a round. Loop second icord through first icord and join to make round. Loop third icord through first icord and join to make round. Weave in ends.

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Nancy!
Nancy! · Shawinigan, Quebec, CA · 64 projects
yeah... I will try this!.. aaa I wish I could have short hair !! But it doesn't look good on me... -_- :'(
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