Grandma's Magic Knit Headband


You always knew your grandma's knits were so warm and cozy, they couldn't be anything but magic. Recreate grammy's secret technique with this Grandma's Magic Knit Headband, the warmest headband there ever was. From the beautiful braided design on top to the wide ear-protecting back, this will teach you how to make a headband that will not only look homey and stylish, but stop those ears from getting red out in the cold wind-and you know how grandma always felt about you going outside in the cold unprepared!


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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This is a keeper. I just cut my hair short and I can see by this picture it would look so cute on me. It's bulky so it will knit up fast, too.

Easy enough headband to make with a lot of texture and detail. This would be perfect on a cold day. Your head and ears will be warm. In addition it should not take long to make. My friends will want me to make them one. Thank you.

That's really awesome! The style is so old that it's new again, have you heard? Not that I pay much attention to style, but I like this because it looks warm and snuggly and since it's made with the large needles, it would work up fairly fast, even dealing with cables.


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