Finished Headband

2 Nov

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Even though this headband is for my OTHER daughter Mia, she was not around to model the finished product. So Gianna stepped in and now wants this for herself badly! LOL. I love that my girls do appreciate everything I knit or sew! I don’t have any more of that yarn (Merino superwash), so I’m going to order more to make Gianna a twin as soon as it come in. I’ll order some cream and make another headband in a different pattern too. Mia also wants a Santa stocking hat to wear during December, so those colors will have to be ordered as well. Add some cotton for dishcloths and I’ve got a substantial order to place!

I did modify what I wrote on the blog yesterday. The headband was too wide. Here is my finished pattern. I didn’t write down the gauge because I didn’t do a gauge swatch. 😊. Feel free to use this pattern but please don’t sell it.
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Seed stitch headband
Worsted weight yarn
Size 7 needles

Cast on 25
Right side row: knit 3; k1 p1 until 4 stitches remain; k1 and slip 3 purl wise
Wrong side row: purl 3: k1 p1 until 4 stitches remain; k1 ytf and slip 3 purl wise
Keep knitting these two rows until 17″. Bind off. Sew together in a circle and gather.

Cast on 7. *k1 p1* k1. Repeat this row for 3.5 or 3.75″. Seam it around the gathered part and secure to the back.

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2 Responses to “Finished Headband”

  1. bsburgess November 3, 2014 at 9:21 AM #

    Nice! How much yarn does that take?

    • ginaquilts November 3, 2014 at 5:42 PM #

      About 50 grams or a small skein.

      Sent from my iPad

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