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Star Struck Headband


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A perfect little project for the beginner who has mastered stockinet, but would like a small project to warm up to stitch pattern on. If you already know what you're doing then this guy knits up super fast. Because it requires so little yarn you can knit one in every colour, a great way to use up remnant balls. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast-On, Cast-Off, Knit, Purl, Yarn Over, GAUGE Gauge for this project is unimportant since it's knit to size, my gauge in star stitch (which is somewhat arbitrary) is 6.5sts X 4.5sts per inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits most heads since it's stretchy, can be made smaller or longer easily

Recommended with this pattern

  • 30g Worsted Weight Yarn, Size 7US/4.5mm needles, Sewing Needle
  • 1 1/2 Inch of 1 Inch Wide Elastic,Thread

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I’m Erron, a mother juggling my family of 6, volunteer work, a small family farm, friends and relatives, all while maintaining my sanity and giving my creative self an outlet by knitting. I live in the heart of knitting territory, the Canadian Pairie. While gorgeous, and the only place I want to call home, the temperatures here can dip a little below freezing (okay… some days a lot below freezing, but 1 or 2 days at -40 builds sturdy people). The summers are warm and the sun shines in skies as vast as you’ve ever seen, they are also rather short. Sweater weather is about 10 months a year, and even some summer nights call for being wrapped in some type of knitwear. The perfect climate for this knitter. I believe knitting is for everyone, and everyone can learn how. There is nothing as rewarding as creating something beautiful in your spare time. I have knit miles of yarn, learned and taught others numerous techniques, succeeded and failed, and learned to be very good at what I knit. I look forward to sharing my best with you. Happy Knitting!