Knitted Lacy Headband

The Knitted Lacy Headband is a delicate and elegant accessory that adds a touch of whimsy to any outfit. Made with intricate lacy patterns and lightweight yarn, this headband is perfect for adding a romantic and feminine touch to your wardrobe. The airy, see-through design creates a romantic, ethereal quality, while the soft, gentle drape makes it comfortable to wear. Whether you're dressing up or dressing down, this headband is sure to add a touch of whimsy and charm to any look.

The stitches include in this easy lacy headband are as follower;

knit, purl, slip 1 (sl 1), pass over (psso), yarn over (yo), and knit 2 together (k2tog).


1. 1 ball of medium worsted weight yarn of your choice (I used Encore by Plymouth Yarn)

2. A pair of straight knitting needle size US # 8 (5mm)

3. A row counter (experience knitter many not need this)

4. Tapestry needle


Note: Use a row counter to help keep track of your rows if you're a beginner. If you don't have a row counter, you can just jot it down on a piece of paper. When working sl 1, make it knitwise.

Cast on (CO) 17 sts.

Row 1 (right side): K 5, sl 1 , k1, psso, yo, k 3, yo, k2tog, k 5.

Row 2 (wrong side): K 5, P 7, k5.

Row 3: K 5, k 2, yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, k 2, k5.

Row 4: As row 2.

Repeat these 4 rows until desired length. Make it a little smaller than actual head circumference because it will stretch out a little. For example, if your head size is 22 inches in circumference, you would make it about 20-21 inches long. Here is a good head size chart just for your reference in case you want to knit it as a gift.

Bind off (BO) all sts. Cut yarn leaving about 20 inches tail.

Using tapestry needle and the tail to sew both ends together. Trim off excess yarn and you're done!

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