Patterns by Hanane

Cabled Winter Headband<

I would like to thank all the people who helped me get the new version up and ready. It took longer than I wanted it too but at last it is here. The new and improved Cabled Winter Headband.
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By Hanane
Worsted Weight Wool I used Superwash Nature’s Fleece Germantown
Size 6 needles US

dsc03307.jpgMesh Bag©mesh bag pdfmesh-bag.doc

Materials Needed
Sugar and Cream Cotton Yarn 2-3 Extra Large Skeins
Needles: Circs sizes 6,8 10 & 13 24″ long
Dpn sizes 6 and 3

Gauge is not important because it is a mesh bag

With Size 8 needles Cast on 84 stitches Join in the round
Knit for 10 Rounds
11th Round Eyelet round. K1 *yo k2tog* around end K1
12th round knit
13th round kfb (knit into the front and back) every stitch

Change to size 10 needles knit for 10 rounds
Change to size 13 and knit to desired depth for bag. I knit for 10-12 inches.

Change back to size 8 needles k2tog around 84 stitches Knit 4 rows
Change to size 6 K2tog around(42 stitches) Knit 2 rows
Decrease evenly around
Knit 1 row
Change to size 3 needles
*Decrease evenly around knit 1 row*

Repeat between stars until you have 4 stitches left Draw tail through weave in ends.

Strap. Make an i-cord the desired length thread through eyelets row and sew together


VanDyke Lace Headband©
vandyke-lace-headband.doc

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Designed by Hanane ElMoumi

Size 7 needles Worsted Weight Yarn

CO 13

Knit 1×1 rib for 7 rows

Knit 1 row

Purl 1 row

Begin Vandyke Lace 1

Row 1 K6, YO, SKP, K5

Rows 2, 4, 6, 8 Purl

Row 3 K4, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP, K4

Row 5 K3, K2tog, YO, K3, YO, SKP, K3

Row 7 K2, K2tog, YO, K5, YO, SKP, K2

Inc Row 9 K1, M1, K5, YO, SKP, K4, M1, K1 (15 Stitches)

Row 10, 12, 14, 16 Purl

Row 11 K5, K2tog, YO, K1,YO, SKP, K5

Row 13 K4, K2tog, YO, K3, YO, SKP, K4

Row 15 K3, K2tog, YO, K5, YO, SKP, K3

Inc Row 17 K1, M1, K6, YO, SKP, K5, M1, K1 (17 Stitches)

Row 18, 20, 22, 24 Purl

Row 19 K6, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP, K6

Row 21 K5, K2tog, YO, K3, YO, SKP, K 5

Row 23 K4, K2tog, YO, K5, YO, SKP, K4

Row 25 K1, M1 knit to last Stitch M1 K1 (19 Stitches)

Row26 Purl Across

Row 27 Repeat Row 25 (21 stitches)

Row 28 Purl

Begin Vandyke Lace 2

You will knit these 6 rows 3 times ending Row 6

Row 1 K2 *K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP* K3, YO, SKP, K2 Rep from *to* end K2

Rows 2, 4, 6 Purl

Row 3 K2 (K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP, K1) twice K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP, K2

Row 5 K2 *K2tog, YO, K1, YO, SKP* K2tog, YO, K3, YO, SKP Rep from *to* end K2

Place Stitches on a stitch holder Rep for second half.

Finish by kitchnering the live stitches together. Sew ends together and weave in ends.

SKP= Slip one Knit one Pass slipped stitch over

©Hanane Elmoumi

22 thoughts on “Patterns by Hanane

  1. Katie says:

    Hi Hanane,

    I absolutley LOVE this headband and I MUST make one for those wild New England winters!!!!! 🙂 I have plenty of wool!!!!

  2. Giulia says:

    That headband is so warm-looking. I wish it wasn’t August…

    I think I’ll turn up the air conditioner and knit it anyway. 😉

    Giulia
    KnitFree

  3. Bren says:

    Hi, I am working on the headband right now and I am having trouble…In section 1 there are 16 stitches, correct? and when I work in section 2, I do the required p1, kfb etc but there are 6 stitches at the end, are they knitted because I can’t kfb as that would add more stitches… Please let me know…I am new to knitting but have done cables and such but I am having difficulty on the section 2… It is a cute pattern and I love cables…

    Actually there is 4 extra stitches, do I leave them? bind off them? or etc….

    Thanks,
    Bren
    Woodhill Design
    http://www.woodhilldesign.blogspot.com

  4. Bren says:

    I reworked on my graphing and I got 19 stitches not 20 so 1 sttich would still be on the needle… Please help me…

  5. ruth says:

    I also tried to make the headband and found the numbers to be off. I like the headband, can you re-post?

    \Ruth

  6. Eileen says:

    Please email me updated pattern. I see there’s more problems in section 2, so I’ve put it down, would like your updated pattern ASAP.
    Thanks

  7. Eileen says:

    Hello,
    Could you email me with a time frame as to when the pattern might be ready. Would really like to begin the cable headband.
    Thanks,
    Eileen

  8. dharma says:

    I’m working on it too and having some problems but am trying to figure it out myself. Would love to know when you update it.

  9. wayfarer says:

    can’t wait to get good enough at knitting to make this!

  10. celia says:

    could you please tell me the the knitting our way to peace headband will be available….thanks and have a great day

  11. Sue Christian says:

    HI there, Would love to recieve updated pattern instructions. This looks soooooooooooo good. Cheers, Sue.

  12. Melissa says:

    Looking forward to update love this headband

  13. Sam says:

    Hi there
    Add me to your list of people waiting with baited breath for your cabled headband pattern–it’s beautiful!

  14. Gem Payne says:

    Hello there,

    Waiting patiently for your new improved headband pattern. Will it be soon?
    I love the detail.

  15. Lynn says:

    Hi!

    I would like to print your Mesh Bag pattern in my Knitting Guilds newsletter. I would obviously give you credit 🙂 and a link to your website. It goes out to 100 people.

    Please let me know, I will NOT use it without your permission.

  16. carmine krutar says:

    have been waiting for the pattern for the marvelous headband, can you say how soon?….thank you….we all just love the look of it…with just growing out hair, it looks perfect

  17. Eileen says:

    Hi,
    Still waiting for your update. Please let me know either way if you are planning to correct the pattern
    Thanks,
    Eileen

  18. I guess no update is on the way-thanks

  19. Susan Adams says:

    I am looking forward to trying your headband pattern again. It is so lovely and I thank you for sharing it. Susan

  20. Susan Adams says:

    Thank you for telling me about the corrected pattern for your headband. It looks lovely and I am excited about trying the pattern again. Susan

  21. Pretty! This was a really wonderful post. Thank you for your provided information.

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