Headbangers

Rock out in cool headgear. Good for keeping the Bangs out of your eyes or showing them off, heehee. These patterns can be knit with any wieght yarn or needles, because you just work until it’s long enough, you can make it any width. Okay:

Headbanger, Knit Version:


Yarn: Cascade 220
Needles: Size 8

Measure around your head where you want the headband to sit, then subtract 2 inches from that measurement to see how long to make your headband (If your head is, say, 20 inches, then you would would make yout headband 18″ long).

CO 14 Stitches
Row 1: Purl
Row 2: K1, *YO, K2tog*, repeat to last stitch, K1

Repeat the last two rows until the headband is the same number of inches as your previous measurement.

Purl one round.

Cast Off, sew seams together. Weave in Ends.

Headbanger, Crochet Version:


Yarn: Lamb’s Pride Worsted
Hook: Size H8

Ch 13
Row 1: Hdc in 3rd Ch from hook, *Ch 1, Skip 1 chain st, and Hdc in next* Repeat to end, Chain 2, turn.
Row 2: *Hdc in 1st stitch, ch1, skip 1 st, and Hdc in next* repeat to end. Ch2, turn.

Repeat Row 2 until proper length. Sew up seam.

Okay, that’s it. Any questions, let me know!

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April 17, 2006 at 2:49 am 7 comments

Homespun Slippers

If this doesnt make any sense or if you need help, let me know.

Homespun Slippers

Materials:Lion Brand Homespun, One Skein ( I didnt use even half of it!) and a little in Contrasting color ( you could use the same color i suppose)
Needles: US size 10 straight needles and a set of size 10 Double Pointed Needles.
Crochet Hook, Size H

Size:for a woman’s foot (for a smaller size, do less rows in both the foot and toe section)

Slipper (Make 2):-CO 22 sts and work in Stockinette St for 26 rows (starting with a purl row).

-Join in round with Double Pointed Needles (8 stitches on first needle, 6 on the second, and 8 on the third) and knit 12 rows

-Next row: K2tog, *K 1, K2tog* until two sts remain, K2tog

-Next Row: Knit all sts-Next Row: *K 2 tog 3 times, K1* repeat around

-Next row: K2tog around

Finishing:Cut yarn and thread onto a yarn needles. Thread yarn through the sts and pull tight to close the hole. Turn inside out and sew up the seam at the back for the heel.Turn right side out, Join contrasting color and work I round of single crochets around the hole.

For strap: Chain 14 sts, single crochet in 2nd chain from hook and in each across. sew strap on to slipper.

January 2, 2006 at 5:07 pm 12 comments

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