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Knot Me Up Headband

By: Shehnaaz Afzar from
Knot Me Up Headband
Knot Me Up Headband

"Who wouldn't like a Retro style headband? It would look adorable with a dress. Make this adorable headband with your scrap DK weight yarn. It would hardly take you 15 to 20 minutes to whip up this cute project. The knot is made using a separate piece and you can never go wrong with this one. The pattern comes in all sizes and is a delight to make. How about making a mommy and me pair?"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size0-3 Months to Woman

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So far the easiest stashbuster for your yarn. Getting tired of hoarding that lightweight yarn or maybe you're looking for the right project to put it to use. Have a look at this super easy and fast crotchet tutorial for you. It's up to you to decide how big you wanna make it but it looks cute on the little ones.

where on your blog do you find the written pattern and instructions for the knot me up headband please?

Hi there! Above there is a link in green font that says "Click here for DIY Craft". That should take you to the Crochet Dreamz blog where you can view the pattern. I hope that helps!

Really cute! I would love to see this done in a cherry or fire engine red. Or, if you know how to do stripes how about a red, white and blue? The little "bunny ears" add the perfect shape to tie the bow. In reading the pattern you will find that the tie is worked up separately and then tied onto the headband. This way, you don't have to continuously stretch out the headband by your pulling every time you put it on.

Such a great pattern for a cute retro look headband. Love all the patterns I am seeing on this designers blog. Lots of sizes to choose from in this pattern so you can make a headband for all of your girls. Takes so little yarn and so little time to make that you could make a lot of these in one sitting.


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