I had some left over yarn from the most recent Fishnet Shawl with Darn Good Yarn's Lace Weight Silk Yarn in Sandy Beach. So my mind instantly went into designer mode. This quick little pattern requires both knit and crochet skills but, I hope you'll enjoy it!
3.75 mm straight knitting needles
3.50 mm crochet hook
c/o - cast on
k - knit
p - purl
ch - chain
sl st - slip stitch
sc - single crochet
st(s) - stitch(es)
*] - repeat to end
C/O 30 sts
Row 1: K30
Row 2: P30
Rows 3 - 20 : repeat rows 1 & 2
Row 21: Cast off until there is 1 loop on your needle
Row 22: With a crochet hook *ch 6, skip 5 sts, sc into the 6th st over] After last ch 6, sc into last st.
Rows 23 - 43: Ch 6, turn your work and sl st into the next ch space from the previous row. *Ch 6, and sl st into the next ch space from the previous row.] Sc into the 2nd ch up from the previous row to finish.
Row 44: Do not ch, pull up a loop and grab your knitting needles again. insert your needle purl-wise into the loop and begin to c/o each ch st from the previous row. You should have 30 sts on your needle.
Row 45: P30
Row 46: K30
Rows 47 - 64: Repeat Rows 45 & 46
Bind off and seam headband together.
Step- by - step progression:
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