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Knitted headbands never go out of fashion and these 20 inspiring and beautifully made projects are sure to attract many different types of crafters from those who usually work with yarn, to those who prefer needle and thread. Some of the headbands are plain and fairly simple, others are more complicated, using a range of colours and stitches – but there is something for everyone, whatever your level of knitting skills.

Monica Russel uses her fantastic design skills to create a wide range of gorgeous headbands. The huge variety in this book means that there is something that will appeal to everyone: some headbands are in a single colour, others in a multitude of colours, some are narrow while others are wide; some have bow embellishments, while other have buttons or flowers – and some use just one stitch, while others use a range of stitches to create beautiful designs. There are chunky designs to keep you warm in winter, and lighter headbands ideal for wearing in spring. These are quick and easy projects for all knitting abilities, which do not use huge amounts of yarn, and will make gifts for family and friends that are both practical and attractive.
  • Author: Susie Johns

  • Format: Paperback

  • Pattern Count: 20

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03/19/2017
christine f.
United Kingdom

20 knitted flowers

Was very happy with this pattern book has every thing I need in it will kelp me go for years thank you

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04/11/2015
Marian T.

20 To Make Knitted Flowers

Thought they may have been better patterns than they seem to be Sorry