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Serendipity Earband

from Turnknit - Dani Berg Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Serendipity Earband
Serendipity Earband
Serendipity Earband
Serendipity Earband
Serendipity Earband

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting skills: knit, purl, increase, decrease (Optional) Crochet skills: chain, slip stitch, single, double, & treble crochet

Pattern Description:

This pattern comes with two versions. Knitted with a knit flower and edging, or Knitted with a crochet flower and edging. Or mix and match to create your own.

Yarn as listed is enough to make 2 ear bands with the colors reversed.

Additional yarn choices:
Knit Picks Cadena
Knit Picks Biggo
Alpaca with a Twist Big Baby
Cascade 128
Valley Yarns Northampton Bulky
Catalina Baby Alpaca Chunky

This cozy ear warmer was inspired by an adorable, store-bought, ear band brought into my local yarn shop. We all fell in love with the band and decided we needed to be able to make our very own, so I developed this pattern. Whereas the main band is knit, the edging and embellishments may be knit or crocheted. An evening or two curled up with this pattern, some lush yarn, and a good movie will have your holiday gift knitting well underway.

*Photos are courtesy and copyright Knitcircus*

Gauge:

18 sts and 17 rows= 4" in 1x1 rib, unstretched

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size: Stretches to fit 20-24"

Materials:

  • Classic Elite Yarns Ariosa, 90% extrafine merino / 10% cashmere (80m/87 yds, 50gm/1.76oz ball):
  • MC: #4814 Slate Gray, 1 ball CC: #4803 Foam, 1 ball
  • Note: Yarn as listed is enough to make 2 ear bands with the colors reversed.
  • US 10 (6mm) straight or circular for main band; 24-32" circular and dpns needed for all-knit version
  • (Optional) US K-101/2 (6.5mm) crochet hook
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$4.00

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About the designer

Dani Berg has been a passionate knitter since she first took up the needles in 2001. Her designs have been published by Knitscene, Quince and Co, Knitcircus, The Sanguine Gryphon, and Knit Picks IDP, ...

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