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Project

Team/School Spirit or Fashion Headband

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Team/School Spirit or Fashion Headband Link to website or photo www.ravelry.com/stores/marlene-sigels-ravelry-store What are you most proud of? The detailed instructions and photos I included in the pattern for making and attaching the optional flower. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be afraid of the color work. The slip stitch pattern is easy and fun to work!

What you will need

  • Headbands as pictured were made using Cascade 220 wool; any worsted weight yarn could be used. Choose favorite team or school colors
  • or a fashion combination you love!

Q&A with Mkaryl Design

llofdahl asked:
I really like this flower. Can I buy this pattern?
Mkaryl Design answered:
Thanks so much! It's great fun to make. The pattern is for sale in My Ravelry Store (see link above). If you can't purchase it there for any reason, let me know.
T..Hooked asked:
I think I bit off more than I can chew. Not sure I understand how to add the color. I've been knitting for about a year, but have never added a color before. I knit continental sytle
Mkaryl Design answered:
Hi Jornada! I think I posted my response in the wrong place. See my comment to you above. Thanks!
Carol Kreider asked:
How can I convert this pattern to a scarf?
Mkaryl Design answered:
Hi Carol! Cast on an odd number of stitches and make a test swatch in the slip stitch pattern in the yarns you're going to use for the scarf. That will determine your gauge. (You might want the gauge to be a little bit looser than specified for the headband so the scarf will drape nicely.) Then decide how wide you want your scarf to be and cast on the appropriate number of stitches, based on your gauge, always casting on an odd number of stitches. Follow the directions for the headband without the taper (Style B) and work in the slip stitch pattern until the scarf is as long as you want it to be. If you have more detailed questions, feel free to e-mail me (address is on the pattern).