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Scarlet Swirl Headband

By: Alicia from wakeandwhimsy.wordpress.com

Dazzle and delight in this gorgeous red knit headband pattern. The Scarlet Swirl Headband is a simple and stylish beginning knitting headband you'll love throwing on to disguise a bad hair day or just to keep warm. The secret to this easy knitting pattern is the mock cable twist in front. What looks like a cable is actually just a simple twist sewn flat. We love the gorgeous shade of red used to knit this headband, but it would also look lovely with another bold color like royal blue or emerald green.

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Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

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

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To Alicia Kellum, I love this pattern so much that I want to make it for all five of my granddaughters, all three daughter in-laws and a few young girls that I know. BUT when I printed it off other words copied over the pattern and and the very nice pictures that you have to show it. I am disappointed that I HAVE TO try and decifer the pattern and other words to type a good pattern off. How can you rectify this without my having to type it off? Sincerelym, Carol

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