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Marigold Seed Stitch Headband

Marigold Seed Stitch Headband
Marigold Seed Stitch Headband
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The Marigold Seed Stitch Headband is a gorgeous way to practice the seed stitch. This free knit headband pattern beautifully showcases the gorgeous scattered seed effect in a striking color you won't be able to resist. Plus, this pattern only requires one skein of yarn, so if you're looking for a quick and easy way to bust your stash, this is the headband for you. The pattern also includes information for adjusting the size of this knit headband to fit a child, toddler, and baby. You and your little ones can wear matching headbands to shield your ears from the cold and look as cute as can be.

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Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

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

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I love how this headband looks and the color is an excellent choice for those dreary winter days when everything looks gray.

This is really cute and I have some extra bulky yarn I would like to use up. I think this would be perfect for it! It should also be a good pattern for beginners. One tip for someone who has never seed stitch before if you're ending up with extra stitches you are probably forgetting to move your yarn back for the knit and forward for the purl.

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