This little headband is so fun and quick to knit up! It's a perfect way to use up all of those little extra balls of leftover sock yarn that we all have laying around.
I used Louet Gems Fingering Weight yarn for this sample and I really enjoyed how it worked up.
There is also a significant color range available, so you have many options for creating a unique, creative piece.
I've been knitting up headbands for my daughter for years now, its only recently that I decided to write up some patterns. They are such a fun, cute little accessory and my little one has always received many compliments when she wears them.
Baby (Toddler, Child)
Headband: 12 (14, 16)” / 30.5 (35.5, 40.5) cm long, 1.25” / 3 cm wide.
Stretches to fit 15.5 (17.5, 19.5)” / 39.5 (44.5, 49.5) head circumference.
MC]: Louet Gems fingering [100% Merino Wool; 185 yd / 169 m per 1.76 oz / 50 g skein]; color: Fern Green #39; 1 skein or approx 35 (40, 45) yd / 32 (37, 42) m of a fingering weight wool or wool blend
[CC1] color: Crabapple #26; 1 skein or 10 yd / 10 m.
[CC2] color: Dusty Rose #64; 1 skein or 5 yd / 5 m.
[CC3] color: Willow #55; 1 skein or 5 yd / 5 m.
Alternate Yarns: Malabrigo Sock, Spud and Chloe Fine
2 US1 / 2.25 mm double pointed needles
40 sts / 72 rows = 4" / 10 cm in Stockinette st on US1 / 2.25 mm needles or size needed for accurate gauge.