Knitted We Go Headband

Introducing the Knitted We Go Headband, a stylish accessory that will add a touch of warmth and fashion to your winter wardrobe. Crafted with care and precision, this headband is made from soft and cozy yarn that will keep you comfortable and snug during chilly days. The intricate knitting pattern not only adds a unique texture but also enhances the overall look of the headband, making it a versatile piece that can be worn with any outfit. Step out in style with the Knitted We Go Headband, a must-have accessory for those who want to stay fashionable while braving the cold. This headband is not only practical but also a fashion statement, with its eye-catching design and attention to detail. The soft and stretchy material ensures a comfortable fit, while the knitted pattern adds a touch of elegance. Whether you're heading out for a casual stroll or a night out with friends, the Knitted We Go Headband is the perfect accessory to complete your winter look.

Sizes: Child (Adult)

Yarn: Cascade Yarns Cascade 220 Heathers (100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 220 yards [200 meters]/100 grams); #2439 Gelato - one skein

Needles: One set of needles in size US 7

Notions: Tapestry needle

Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches

So let's get started! To begin, cast on 18 (22) stitches. Then we'll move right to the main pattern, which I've written separately for each size. First, then, the terminology:

rt (right twist): knit two together, leaving stitches on left-hand needle; next, insert right-hand needle from the front between the two stitches just knitted together, and knit the first stitch again. Finally, slip both stitches from left-hand needle together

lt (left twist): with right-hand needle behind left-hand needle, skip one stitch and knit the second stitch in back loop; then insert right-hand needle into the backs of both stitches and k2tog-b (knit two together through back loops, inserting right needle from the right)

And now the pattern. If you're knitting the child size, proceed as follows:

Rows 1 & 3 (wrong side): (k2, p6) twice, k2

Row 2: k3, rt, lt, k1, p2, lt, k2, rt, k2

Row 4: k2, rt, k2, lt, p2, k1, lt, rt, k3

Knit rows 1 - 4 until piece measures roughly 17.5" for a toddler or 18.5" for an older child and you've just finished Row 4 of the pattern. Bind off loosely in pattern, block, and seam. Tuck in ends.

And if you're knitting the adult size, here's your pattern:

Rows 1, 3, & 5 (wrong side): (k2, p8) twice, k2

Row 2: k4, rt, lt, k2, p2, lt, k4, rt, k2

Row 4: k3, rt, k2, lt, k1, p2, k1, lt, k2, rt, k3

Row 6: k2, rt, k4, lt, p2, k2, lt, rt, k4

Knit rows 1 - 6 until piece measures roughly 20.5" and you've just finished Row 6 of the pattern. Bind off loosely in pattern, block, and seam. Tuck in ends.

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