Wednesday, March 21, 2007



SIZE: Women’s average 20-22, [Child’s 17-20]

2 inches wide


Small amount of of worsted weight yarn
US 8 (5.0mm), 16 inch circular needle
Size 8 cable or double point needle
Yarn needle

C4B - cable 4 to the back. Slip 2 stitches on a cable needle as if to purl and hold in back of work. Knit the next two stitches, knit the two stitches off the cable needle.

Co 84 [78], join and work in the round.

Rounds 1-5: K4, P2 around.
Rounds 6: C4B, P2 around.
Rounds 7-10: K4, P2 around.
Bind off in K4, P2 pattern.
Weave in ends.
For a 3 inch wide headband work rounds 1-10, and repeat rounds 5-10.

That is so cute!
This pattern is cool! As are ALL your patterns. YOu are a very talented woman!
I really like these! Thank you for sharing.

May I ask you a question, if you don't mind. As a new knitter when you were learning to knit, how long did it take to get a good rythm and efficiency?

Just wondering. I'm a new knitter, but have been discouraged lately to pick up the needles, because I'm just finding it more difficult than crochet.
Stumbled upon your site and this pattern intrigued me. I had never tried cables and this was a good and quick project (I did it for my granddaughter) and the cabling was easy. Thanks!
Glad it was easy for you. Good way to practice cables witout much commitment.

I made a wider one and use it to hold my hair back while I wash my face.
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