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Annabelle Lace Headband

By: Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux
Annabelle Lace Headband

Learning how to make a headband has never been easier than with the Annabelle Lace Headband. This knit headband pattern combines simplicity and grace for a knitted accessory that's just as stylish as it is practical. You won't have to buy another headband once you master this trick. The Annabelle Lace Headband features an easy lace pattern that works great for beginner knitters and anyone else who wants to try their hand at lace knitting. For a different style, you can easily cinch your knitted headband on one of the sides. The Annabelle Lace Headband is simply the headband knitting pattern that you won't mind making again and again.


Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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I would love to make this for a 4 year old but I am a beginning knitter and have no idea how to make it smaller. Any help you could give me would be much appreciated. I do have size 13 needles, but I didn't know if just using smaller needles would be enough to make it smaller.

Making a smaller one is absolutely doable! On the pattern page, she states that one can make it narrower by casting on fewer stitches in an even number, so that would be easy. As far as how big around it it, you can simply stop knitting and finish the piece off at the point that it will fit the child. Measure the child's head if you can, then you'll have something to go by. Using a smaller needle would do it somewhat, but you would have to refigure the gauge, then make adjustments to the size anyway.

Just made this is cute


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