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Leftovers Bow Headband


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I've been looking simple, knit patterns for a headband for a very long time. I'm ecstatic to report that I have finally found it! This Leftovers Bow Headband, knit in the beautiful moss stitch, is great for not only make an adorable knit accessory, but also for using up color scraps from your yarn collection. It's also extremely versatile. Use this basic bow pattern as a necklace, a bow tie, a hair clip or as a cute embellishment to add to an afghan or a pillow.

Leftovers Bow Headband
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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Unfortunately the print is too small for me to read and I did not feel comfortable with joining the blogger in order to email the website. I am not so young and find knitting a suitable pastime.

BTW...Here's a link to the video on how to make this...

I love the bow, I'll be making them for my 3 granddaughters. One small problem... I don't see how to print it! I can save it, but not print it?

Here's a matter where you are on your computer (Office, Google, etc), you can hit "Ctrl then P" (Hold Ctrl button, then press the P button) and it should bring your print dialog box up. Then, carry on as you normally would ;)


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