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How to Knit Headbands in Many Sizes

By: Mary Dickerson from craftytuts.com
How to Knit Headbands in Many Sizes
How to Knit Headbands in Many Sizes

"If you just learned how to knit, you’re probably looking for beginner friendly projects that are quick to make and don’t use too many stitches, as you’re just getting used to the knitting needles. This project is the perfect project for any new knitter that is eager to knit something else than a swatch for practiching a new stitch. To recreate this project, you only need the 3 most basic knitting skills, which are to cat on your stitches, work the knit stitch, and finally bind off your stitches. You don’t need any other stitch, you won’t need to do increases or decreases,knitting in rounds, or anything of the more intimidating knitting. That’s something for another day. You only need to knit two rectangles and then sew them together to create the headband. Besides the written pattern for this headband, I also created a video tutorial to go along, so you can see how easy it is to knit a headband for yourself or anyone else, as I am going to tell you how to make it in various sizes."

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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