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Anthropologie Inspired Headband

By: Katie from Katie did Crafts

Can't get enough headbands? Then why not add this Anthropologie Inspired Headband to your collection? Follow these knitting instructions to make one for yourself or a friend.  You can make one in any color you'd like and you can easily get all the fashionable accessories you like without having to pay the heavy price.  Everyone is sure to be impressed by how similar this headband looks to the real thing (but you don't have to tell anyone it's a knockoff)!  Save money without having to sacrifice style with this cute and clever Anthropologie knockoff pattern.

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Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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When these became popular a few years ago, I made several using a few different patterns. I like this one best. It is simple enough and a good way for beginners to start to expand upon their knitting skills. It calls for a provisional cast on, which you can find tutorials to learn how. It also calls for the Kitchener Stitch to close. Also, easy enough following a tutorial. Using (5) Bulky, it should work up quick.

I made these for my sisters and myself. Having never cabled before, this pattern made it simple for a beginner like me. #BestIdeaEver

I just made this and it looks great! It was my first time doing cable knits and it worked out great

I made these last year for Christmas gifts and they were a real hit ! Very easy to do and very comfortable to wear(I did a few for myself!) I tried a variation of yarns and all worked well. Thank you for making this pattern available.

That looks like a nice headband but, it would make my hair sick out.

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