Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Headband with a bow



Headband with a bow
Design by Doris Formby

For a free download in pdf format you may click here: Headband with a bow


Materials:  Size US 8 16 inch circular needle
Yarn:  Worsted or Aran weight; approximately 100 yards

INSTRUCTIONS:
Cast on 74 sts and join in the round.
Row 1-3: *ktbl, p* repeat from *
Row 4: *ktbl, k* repeat from*
Row 5-8: k
Row 9: same as row 4
Row10-12: same as row 1-3

Bind off loosely and sew on the bow.

BOW: knit two rectangles:
1. CO 10 sts
            Knit in stockinette stitch until it measures 3 ½ inches. Bind off.
2. CO 4 sts
            Knit in ss until the piece measures about 1 ½ inches. Bind off.

Sew the smaller piece together into a ring.
Now slide this over the larger piece to the middle.

Pattern copyright to Doris Formby: You are welcome to use this pattern to knit for yourself or as a gift, or for charity. You may not sell the pattern itself or the finished goods made from this pattern. Please direct any questions to Strickliese on Ravelry. Thank you for knitting my design.
 
Wear and enjoy!


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  3. What do either of the above comments have to do with the lovely knitting pattern??

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    1. Looks cute - I'm going to try it as a gift for a few college students I work with.

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  4. I have never seen the ktbl instruction before - could you please explain?

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    1. ktbl means knit through back of loop.

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    2. Under Bow, What does CO mean? Thx

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  5. so what do we do for row 9?????

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  6. Your pattern sounds easy, but what about row 9 and what does "ktbl" mean? thank you for your help.

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  7. I too need to know about row 9 Thanks

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  8. Perhaps there's a misprint and instead of 10-12 it should read 9-11.

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    1. INSTRUCTIONS:
      Cast on 74 sts and join in the round.
      Row 1-3: *ktbl, p* repeat from *
      Row 4: *ktbl, k* repeat from*
      Row 5-8: k
      Row 9: same as row 4
      Row10-12: same as row 1-3

      This is as stated in the Ravelry free download of this pattern. Hope this helps out.
      Such a pretty pattern. Thanks for sharing it for free Doris!

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  9. This is what ktbl means: Knitting through the back loop ( ktbl) is a technique that creates a twisted knit stitch. Go to Utube and type in ktbl knitting video, and it will give you step-by-step instructions.

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