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“Knit Girl” Headband

By: Joanna Curley from
“Knit Girl” Headband
Knit Girl Headband

"Knit up an easy, bohemian hippie inspired headband with a touch of lace. It ties in the back for a perfect fit every time AND, it can double as a belt/waist cinch! Included is a written pattern and a chart. You’ll need size 6 needles and light weight cotton yarn (3). Use a cotton yarn to stay cool in the summer, and a wool blend yarn to stay toasty in the winter. You can certainly go up a size in yarn and needle, just follow the measurements in the pattern and you’ll be good to go!"


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Approx. 80 Yards Light Weight Yarn (3)
  • Size 6 Needles (Straight or circular)
  • Needle for weaving in ends
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Just an fyi - I have a few found mistakes in the written part of her instructions. If you follow the charts, those are correct. I am currently making my first headband using her pattern. I am going to wait until I am done making the headband and then will contact her to let her know. Just in case I find any other mistakes between now and when I'm finished. Other than that, I love the pattern!

I really love headbands. I think you can never have too many, especially since what you want to wear usually depends on your mood. Having said that, I really love the lace pattern of this headband, but I personally would use a different color.But, regardless it is still cute.

This is cute! I love the vintage vibe, and the pattern is really lovely.

This is a great looking headband and not difficult to make. You could make it in any solid color you like, or use a self patterning yarn. I like cotton or cotton blends because theyre cool and comfy and easy to wash. I pinned this to make as a gift, I know someone who would love it!


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