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This is a super fun way to use up little bits of awesome handspun yarn! In sizes from preemie to 5 toddler, this headband uses between 10-12 yards of handspun yarn!
So cute, for a photo prop, it makes a perfect wedding accessory!
This pattern uses beginner skills, and knits up very quickly! You will need to know or learn how to knit on circular needles. This is not difficult, and is a great time to learn! It's hard to go wrong, here!
The Aria pattern is for super bulky yarns, 4-5 wraps per inch (gauge of about 2", per inch), and is a perfect way to make leftover handspun yarn spectacular!
For experienced art yarn lovers, this may seem a simple pattern, but let me assure you, that I have taken all of the guesswork out of sizing!
Pattern comes with a list of yarn shop sources, including shops in the U.S., Canada, U.K. Australia, Italy, and Germany!
Feel free to sell what you make! I only ask that you give credit to me, in your listing, so that others might know where to find the pattern...:)
Thank you so much, to Keri Messina, in Arcata, CA, for the wonderful photos!!
Gauge: about 7-8 stitches=4", in Stockinette
I have always been inspired, by hand knit items, but it seemed beyond reach, for me...until I took some knitting classes!
From there, it became my relaxation, and creative outlet!
My passion is designing, and I love to spin my own yarns, as well!
I love to see the finished product, on the baby models....