I call this one the “crown headband” because it’s so big, it kind of looks like a crown. Kind of a winter interpretation of the flower crown trend. It’s a really simple pattern, and is a great way to practice cables! I get compliments on mine a lot, and am currently knitting some in other colors as gifts (for myself).
Note: This pattern starts with a provisional cast on with waste yarn, and is finished with a 3 needle bind off. If you prefer to just sew the seams together at the end, then just cast normally with your working yarn.
I needed some fresh, spring photos for my ‘Design Your Own Crescent Shawl’ knitting pattern, and we were lucky to have an 80 degree day in between thunderstorms last week! After this long winter, I’ve never been so happy to have sun-burn!
Hi! I'm Margo. I love pulling loops through other loops, and sharing my patterns! I'm a yarnaholic, and love pairing a nice merlot with any knitting project! I am also an Etsy shop owner, jewelry designer, and entrepreneur. I hope you enjoy my blog, and come back often to see what's new!
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