Knitted Heart Headband

Indulge in the warmth and charm of our exquisite Cozy Heart Headband. Crafted with love and care, this headband is a perfect blend of style and comfort. Made from soft, high-quality knitted fabric, it gently hugs your head, keeping you cozy and stylish throughout the day. The intricate heart design adds a touch of elegance, making it a versatile accessory that can be worn for any occasion. Whether you're heading out for a winter stroll or attending a festive gathering, our Cozy Heart Headband is sure to turn heads and keep you feeling snug. The knitted fabric is not only soft against your skin but also provides excellent insulation, keeping your ears and forehead protected from the chilly weather. The heart-shaped pattern adds a whimsical touch, making it a perfect accessory for those who want to showcase their love for all things cozy and stylish. Whether you're enjoying a cup of hot cocoa by the fireplace or braving the winter winds, our Heartwarming Headband will keep you feeling snug and looking fabulous. So, embrace the love and let your style shine with our Heartwarming Headband!

Yarn: Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash Paints (100% Superwash Wool; 220 yards [200 meters]/100 grams); #9860 Jelly Bean - maybe 1/3 skein?

Needles: One 16" circular needle in size #8

Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch marker

Gauge: 18 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette (once again, I kinda made that up and I didn't knit a test swatch. The label says that 5 stitches = 1 inch on US 7 needles, and yet again I'm using 8's since I don't have 7's in a circular needle either. However, it's a pretty standard worsted weight, so any worsted weight yarn should work)

Cast on 96 (84) stitches, place marker, join in round. Knit two rows in seed stitch, or in other words,

Row 1: * k1, p1; rep from *

Row 2: * p1, k1 *

A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns. As a quick note:

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)

m1 (make 1): insert needle from behind under the running thread and lift thread onto the left hand needle; knit one stitch into the back of it

And now the pattern!

Row 1 (and every odd row): * p1, k10, p1; rep from *

Row 2: * p1, k3, rt, lt, k3, p1 *

Row 4: * p1, k2, rt, k2, lt, k2, p1 *

Row 6: * p1, k1, rt, k4, lt, k1, p1 *

Row 8: * p1, rt, k6, lt, p1 *

Row 10: repeat row 2

Row 12: * p1, lt, rt, k2, lt, rt, p1 *

Row 14: * p1, k1, m1, k2tog-b, k4, k2tog, m1, k1, p1 *

Row 15: * p1, k10, p1 *

Knit rows 1 - 15 once through, then knit two rows in seed stitch. Bind off loosely, knitting the knit stitches and purling the purled stitches. Tuck in ends.

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