Loom Knit Headband and Super Scarf

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Loom Knit Headband and Super Scarf

Loom Knit Headband and Super Scarf
Loom Knit Headband and Super Scarf

The Loom Knit Headband and Super Scarf are perfect for snuggling up during cold days. This easy loom knit scarf and matching headband ensures you will look fashionable and coordinated during the cold days of winter. The pure white color of the super bulky weight yarn is reminiscent of falling snow and provides the perfect accent to any type of outfit you choose to wear. Plus, the two giant pom poms at the ends of the scarf add a fun accent you don't see on most designs. The oversized loom knit scarf can be wrapped around your neck multiple times to achieve the exact look you desire.

Easy

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

Knitting Loom TypeRectangular Knitting Loom

GaugeGauge is not critical for this project.

Materials List

  • #6 super bulky weight yarn: Bernat Blanket (100% polyester, 10.5 oz [300 g], 220 yd [201 m]) 3 skeins color 10006 Vintage White includes enough yarn to make the Headband and the Super Scarf with two 6" [15 cm] pompoms. Scarf: Approximately 440 yd [402 m] PomPoms: Approximately 50 yd [46 m] Headband: Approximately 40 yd [36 m]
  • Any size Boye┬« rectangular loom
  • Loom tool
  • Yarn needle
  • 4" [10 cm] x 6" [15 cm] piece of stiff cardboard

Instructions

Double Knit Stockinette Stitch is used for this project. Refer to the directions that came with your loom if you are not sure how to do this stitch.

Headband

  1. Cast on 6 pegs for Double Knit Stockinette Stitch. Knit 50 rows or until headband measures 22" [56 cm] or desired length when gently stretched.
    Bind Off first and last rows as for Double Knit Stockinette leaving a 12" [30.5 cm] tail on one end.

Finishing

  1. Thread yarn needle with long tail and sew ends together. Weave in tails.

Pompom Scarf

Cast on 12 pegs for Double Knit Stockinette Stitch leaving a long tail on beginning edge. Double Knit until scarf measures 110" [280 cm] or desired length.

Finishing

Bind off ending row
With one loop on each peg, move loops from upper row to lower row. Knit off each peg so one loop remains on each lower peg. Cut yarn leaving a 12" [30.5 cm] tail. Thread tail onto yarn needle and draw through remaining loops. Gather tightly and fasten off.

  1. Finishing cast on row
    Thread beginning tail onto yarn needle and draw through beginning stitches. Remove waste yarn. Gather tightly and fasten off.

  2. Pompom (make 2)
    Wrap yarn around the 4" [10 cm] side of cardboard approximately 30 times. Thread yarn needle with 8" [20.5 cm] piece of yarn. Insert needle between cardboard and yarn wraps at top edge. Tie yarn tightly around all wraps. Cut wraps at opposite edge to form pompom. Shake pompom to distribute yarn evenly. Trim ends as needed.
    Securely attach a pompom to each end of scarf.
    Weave in tails.

Abbreviations

cm
centimeter(s)
g
gram(s)
m
meter
yd(s)
yard(s)

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Love this - especially the pom poms! Using a loom and super bulky weight yarn, this will knit up very quickly. It looks so soft and luxurious for a cold winter day.

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