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Spring Crown Headband
Spring Crown Headband
This image courtesy of mamainastitch.com

An easy knitting pattern that works for all skill levels, this Spring Crown Headband is the perfect spring project! This easy knit headband pattern makes for a great DIY accessory or even a DIY gift idea. With unique cables and a delicate texture, this woman's knitting pattern is cozy and comfortable. Although a great spring knitting pattern, this headband can be worn all year round!

From the Blogger: "This is a wonderful project if you've wanted to try cables! It's a super simple pattern with a picture tutorial and the result is a lovely headband for any time of year! Works up quickly on large needles and with super bulky yarn."

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Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

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

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this is my 568th saved pattern - and the 2nd headband... great for hiking or snow-shoeing in late winter or early spring when it is too warm for a toque but ears can still feel the sting of the wind -- also wondering about doing it in a very light yarn to keep hair out of face and eyes... stay tuned and I shall let you know if that works

How sweet and simple this is. I know a teenager who would love it. I could see slipping some beads on the yard and adding them at the cables for a special little touch. The tutorials are really handy too for a cable beginner.

This is so pretty. When I saw it I immediately pictured it with springtime flowers stuck in it every few inches. Done in a really beautiful yarn I could also see it as a base for a bride's headpiece in a garden wedding.

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