Loom Knit: Headband Project Part 1

Loom knitting headband project, part Part 1 covers Row 8 of project. Converted to loom knitting by Isela Phelp.

My newest obsession! Knitted headband/earwarmers!! I used a straight loom. I did seven pegs and knitted until it wrapped around my head. I finished off and connected the ends then wrapped naked yarn around the ends to hide the seam. It ends up looking like a bow!  Maybe I'll add a flower instead next time...

use a straight loom. seven pegs and knit until it wraps around head.

Knitted Headband with a Bow (using hat loom)

You need 2 colors of yarn and a hat loom kit. I used the large hoop and the second to the smallest loop, but the smallest one would also .

Loom Knit A Flower

Loom Knit A Flower

I just made this headband on my Knifty Knitter loom with bulky yarn.  You start with 12 stitches and knit 24 rows.  Next,  add an extra yarn to one side and knit 24 rows with 6 stitches in length.  Put loops on a pencil or crochet hooks and cross.  Put back on the loom and complete 24 more rows.Connect the two end. You would do 8 or ten wide and 60 rows for a child.

I just made this headband on my Knifty Knitter loom with bulky yarn. You start with 12 stitches and knit 24 rows. Next, add an extra yarn to one side and knit 24 rows with 6 stitches in length. Put loops on a pencil or crochet hooks and cross. Put back on the loom and complete 24 more rows.Connect the two end. You would do 8 or ten wide and 60 rows for a child.

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