Seed Stitch Knitted Headband


Seed Stitch Knitted Headband

Seed Stitch Knitted Headband
Seed Stitch Knitted Headband

"The winter is over. So it’s time to think about new spring accessories. This time it is simple and absolutely cute headband that can suit not only adult, but also small fashion lady. Previously I already created Sandy winter cable hat and Sandy winter cable cowl using the same type and color of the thread. I do believe that at the end you will get adorable set that you can present to somebody or wear it yourself."


Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • 2 Double Pointed Knitting Needles 3.5 cm. You can use circular or straight needles as well
  • Alpacana Lanoso 35% wool, 40% acrylic, 25% alpaca. Sandy color. (0.5 skein)

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Thank you for the pattern! I made one in red for my daughter at Christmas, now I'm working on a green one for my granddaughter for St. Patrick's Day. May the luck of the Irish be with you!

This is a classic and beautiful headband which can suit all as it is easy to adjust the length to the required for your little ones head. It states DPN's above but you do not need them for the pattern and can easily use normal needles. It is knitted in seed stitch which does take longer to stitch and you need to concentrate on it more to make sure the pattern is correct but the finished product is worth the extra time to do the seed stitch. It can easily be customised to suit by adding some sparkle gems or beads.

Oh my goodness! I am freaking out over the cuteness of this headband! Firstly, I think that seed stitch is simply stunning. I was so excited to find this pattern. The little wrap in the middle is just the added touch that this pattern needed. This is a quick and easy knit. If you are looking for some quick knit gifts, his is the pattern for you! NExt time I knit utmost, I'm thinking of sewing now a little jewel or brooch in a middle for some extra sparkle.


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