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Fall Knit Head Wrap

We received a nice arctic blast this past week that made me think about fall and winter knitting. The Summer Knit Head Wrap just wasn’t going to cut it for those cool days and cold nights ahead. So, a Fall Knit Head Wrap seemed to be in order. It’s wider, warmer, and less holey than it’s sister. Perfect for keep your ears warm!



Click to Download the Pattern PDF of Fall Knit Head Wrap

Thank you to everyone who placed an order this week! I appreciate it so much. All October subscriptions will be mailed out October 1st.

Also, make sure to check out the new kit in the shop for the honey bunny. He’s such a cute rabbit and would love to be a part of your home. More new kits will be added on Sunday, so make sure to check back in the PM.

Have a great weekend everyone!

6 thoughts on “Fall Knit Head Wrap

  1. You answered my prayers!HAHA
    I am not a huge fan of using hats all the time…so this headbands will help me a lot.
    tks Kris!

  2. I am confused on this pattern. After you repeat rows 1 & 2 6 times, repeat row 1 then do the increase row how can you repeat rows 1 & 2 with the increase? You’ve added four stitches.
    Please help! I love this head wrap!
    Thank you!

  3. I downloaded this pattern to make for a friend. Knitting is a fairly new skill for me, so I have a question about the pattern. When I increase for the first time, I repeat the very first row to the increased length and the newly increased row for seven times. Please let me know. Thanks!

  4. You got it! Let me know if there’s anything else I can help with :) Happy holidays!

  5. Thank you for letting me know the pattern was missing. I’ve recovered it and added it back in. You can download the pdf of the complete pattern for free again. Most posts were a-okay when we recovered the blog after the epic server crash, there are a few where weird things are going on and they’ve been like needles in the hay stack to find. So thanks!

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