Twisted Turban Knitting Pattern


Twisted Turban Knitting Pattern


Twisted Turban Knitting Pattern
Twisted Turban Knitting Pattern

This Twisted Turban Knitting Pattern is the perfect headband knitting pattern for those looking for something easy. Involving only simple knit stitches, this knitted headband pattern is interesting but easy enough to finish quickly. Or it would be a great way to stretch yourself, if you're a beginning knitter, since this free knitting pattern involves separating your stitches and knitting them separately part way through the pattern. Whether you're a beginning knitter or have more experience, this easy knitting pattern will help you make an excellent addition to your accessory collection.


Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

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

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i made this -- just split the stitches on 1 needle (separate yarn) and kept knitting - so my rows stayed in sync.

Really easy to make but you do need a stitch holder as you seperate the sections for the twist (you could thread it onto waste yarn but I prefer a solid holder) As they are mostly garter stitch they are really easy and knit quite quickly. It is pefect for my daughter to keep her hair out of the way when she is putting on her makeup for dance shows and competitions and for keeping hair out the way when removing it. It does not require a great amount of yarn so you can use up some from your stash and it is easy to adjust the length when knitting for smaller / larger heads.

This is such a classy knit headband! I really like the mid-band twist, it I don't just so chic! I really think that this is a great starter pattern for learning about splitting your knitting. I have a large yarn stash that was looking for a great pair at teen like this! I will be knitting up a few of these Eva S games fits for coworkers over the holidays! I'm sure that they'll love them

This is such a sophisticated looking headband. I like that it's knit on large needles with chunky yarn because I can finish one (or more) in an evening or over the weekend. And although not a cable, it's good practice for split knitting. I can see buying a skein of more expensive yarn for this project as a splurge. The pattern doesn't say how much yarn is needed, though, so I'd buy two skeins of the same dye lot just in case.


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