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a nice gift for family, friends, or for yourself
I was inspired by this tutorial:

Instead of crocheting, I knitted one instead. I wanted it to have more stretch so it can stay on my head. This took me about 4 hours to complete one in one sitting. But I am very happy about the final product.

Posted by Veronica B. from San Francisco, California, United States • Published See Veronica B.'s 27 projects »

  • Step 1

    Cast on 25 stitches.

  • Step 2

    Knit as many rows, until it fits around your head. (Make sure to stretch the knitted piece while you measure)

  • Step 3

    Once you get your rows done, cast off, then sew the two edges together with your yarn needle.

  • Step 4

    For your other piece, cast on 15 stitches.

  • Step 5

    Knit using the stockinette stitch (knit, purl) until you get the length you want, then cast off.

  • Step 6

    Take the piece you finished knitting, and wrap it around the band piece (hiding the seams), making sure right sides face each other.

  • Step 7

    Sew the edges with the yarn needle, and turn the little piece inside out.

  • Step 8

    You're done!

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BlowMeAway · Aalten, Gelderland, NL · 4 projects
240 hours??!! ;d very cute!!
Veronica B.
Veronica B. · San Francisco, California, US · 29 projects
thanks! haha it was only 4 hours i thought you had to count it by minutes for the time.
Andrea · Austin, Texas, US · 45 projects
cute, too bad I can't crochet or knit Happy I can't even make a decent friendship bracelet!
Veronica B.
Veronica B. · San Francisco, California, US · 29 projects
thanks! it's never too late to learn Happy

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