Textured Stripes Ear Warmer/Headband – Bulky Weight
This unisex headband/ear warmer is great for skiers, joggers, or cyclists—anyone who is out in the elements on a crisp winter morning.
It can also be used to cover up roots or dirty hair! Something you may have more often than a ski ticket.
Good for knitters just learning to combine knit and purl stitches and read a simple chart. There are written directions for those who choose not to use a chart.
- Sizes: One size
- Finished Measurements: 4 inches wide x 18 (20, 22) inches around unstretched. Fits a head 19 (21, 23) inches around.
- Yarn Weight: Bulky (7 wpi)
- Yarn: 60 yds (55 m) bulky weight yarn
- Needles: 1 pair straight needles,
- Needle size: US 9 - 5.5 mm or size required to get gauge (3.5 sts/in)
- Notions: Measuring tape, tapestry needle, scissors
- 3.5 sts/in in St st
Shown: Green earwarmer: 1 ball Malabrigo Chunky in Apple Green; Gray earwarmer: Polar Morn
Recommended Course: Fearless Knitter
Knit-and-purl is fine, but greater things await you! Luckily, it is well within your abilities to improve rapidly and start knitting complicated projects.
With 50 videos and eight gorgeous projects carefully and thoroughly leading every step of the way, knitters graduating from this course will be able to read their work, fix mistakes, and even increase and decrease on patterned stitches like seed stitch without a pattern.
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Published August 17, 2018
Last Updated: February 28, 2023 - Current Version: 1.2
Update notes: I fixed the line "Wrong side (odd-numbered) rows" to read "Wrong side (even-numbered) rows"