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Snowflake Headband Or Ear Warmer Knitting Pattern

Mary Saunders

Snowflake Pattern Photo Double layers knit headband features a simple snowflake pattern.

Size:
width 2½"
circumference 18½"

Gauge:
20 sts = 4"

Materials:
Red Heart Baby Sport Yarn (MC) 2 ounces
100% acrylic
Nightlights Glow In The Dark Yarn (CC) or any other sport weight yarn
20 yards
100% nylon
Size 4 US (3.5 mm) needles

Instructions:

Pattern:

Snowflake Pattern Chart

Multiple of 10 sts plus 1
O = MC
X = CC
repeat between / adding extra st at end.

O/X O O O X O O O X O/
O/O X O O X O O X O O/
O/O O X O X O X O O O/
O/O O O X O X O O O O/
O/X X X O X O X X X O/
O/O O O X O X O O O O/
O/O O X O X O X O O O/
O/O X O O X O O X O O/
O/X O O O X O O O X O/

CO 97 sts.
Work k1, p1 ribbing over first and last 18 sts for entire piece.
Over center 61 sts, work 8 rows St st, ending p row.
Next row (eyelet row): k1, *yo, k2tog; rep from *.
Work 3 rows St st.
Work pattern over next 9 rows.
Work 3 rows St st.
Repeat eyelet row.
Work 7 rows St st, ending p row.
Bind off in k over center 61 sts and in rib over first and last 18 sts.

Weave in loose ends of CC. Sew short edges together. Fold on eyelet rows with wrong sides together and sew long edges together from right side being careful to leave some stretch in the ribbing section.

Graphic©Barbara A. Breiter, based on a pattern by Mary Saunders.

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.