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{FREE} Classic Stockinette Headband Knitting Pattern : Campfire

Grab the FREE Classic Headband Knitting Pattern below! I love simple classic styles that never go out of style. This headband has twice the thickness {and warmth} and it doesn’t curl on the edges.


About:

Available Sizes: One
Size: 20 – 22″ {51 – 56cm} Head Circumference
Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart
Pattern Language: English
Skill Level: Beginner
PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly

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Techniques:

Knit in the Round
Knit Stitches
Sew Seam


Materials:

Yarn Weight: Worsted
Yardage: 90 – 100 yards {83 – 92 meters}
Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Heartland
Needle Size: US 9 {5.5mm} Circular Needles with a 32”+ {80cm} Cable, or DPNs


Details:

Measurements, After Seaming: 4 1/2′′ Height x 8 3/4′′ {11cm x 22cm}
Gauge: 18 STS & 20 rows per 4” {10cm} square, knit in the pattern below
Weight: 1.8oz {55g}


Notes:

Not reversible.
The CO edge is the height, folded in half.
Knit using the stockinette stitch.
Knit in the round with a circular needle.
When knitting in the round you’re always knitting the right side of your work.
You’re knitting a tube, double thickness, and then seaming the CO and BO edges together.


Pattern, Knit in the Round in the Magic Loop Method:

CO 40 STS, split 20 STS on each needle, join in the round.
Knit all rounds until desired length.
BO in all knit STS.
Sew the CO & BO edges together using the mattress stitch.
I made mine 18” {46cm} long. My head is 21 1/2” {55cm}.
It fits a little snug, but loosens up after a few wears.

End:
Sew CO & BO edge together.
Weave in the ends.
No blocking necessary.

Notes to knit flat:
If you’re not a fan of the magic loop method. You can knit this flat.
CO the same number of STS, knit in StSt for desired length.
End on a WS row, BO in all Knit STS.
Sew the CO & BO edges together.
Fold the edges together and sew.
Weave in the ends.


Abbreviations:

* – * – repeat between *
BO – bind-off in pattern
CO – cast-on {long-tail cast-on method}
K – knit stitches {K1 means to knit 1 stitch}
STS – stitches
StSt – {stockinette stitch} knit on the right side, purl on the wrong side


Gauge:

knitted swatch with a wood gauge


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