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This was inspired by a headband I saw in a store. I thought it was a cute idea and it looked pretty easy to make. This is a great beginners knitting p...
2 different color yarns 1 set of 8.0mm (No. 11) Knitting needles
Using both of the types of yarn together, cast on 12 stitches. Treat the two individual pieces of yarn as one while knitting. If you don't know how to...
Connect the ends of your headband by sewing them together with a piece of yarn. Pull the yarn tight to gather the ends and tie a knot to make it stay ...
Cast on 6 stitches. Do the same purl then knit pattern as before until you get a piece that is about 5" long. Cast off.
Cover the scrunched up portion of the headband (the part where the two ends connect) with the piece that was just knitted.Sew the ends of that piece t...
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Nicole, you are so beautiful. :)
Your project is awesome!
Nice! This looks like a really cool project to look and feel fancy :) I'm off to try it! Thanks!
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