Exodus 31:6b "and in the hearts of all who are skillful I have put skill..." I believe that God gives us all of our talents & gifts. And each person has a different set of them. Mine happen to be in the area of needlework. Please enjoy the talents & gifts God gave to me that I am blessed to be able to share with you!!
Even though it is still summer down here on the Coastal Bend....and will be for QUITE SOME TIME.....I can't help but get started on these sweet snowmen headbands!! It's the newest addition to my FREE patterns available here on the blog.
You can get the PDF pattern here.
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WINTER IS HERE!!! Make one of these Mr. Snowman Headbands for EVERYONE you know!!! You may easily custom fit this headband for any size by measuring the head and subtracting two inches for your finished piece.
Knitting needles size 8
1.5 oz worsted weight yarn – White
Small amount of worsted weight yarn – Orange and Black
Two ¾” black buttons
STITCHES USED and
Cast On – CO
Knit – K
Purl – P
Knit 2 together – K2tog
With white, CO 15.
Row 1: (K, P) across
Repeat row 1 until piece measures 19” or desired length.
Bind off, leaving a 12” tail. Sew ends together. Finish off by weaving in all tails.
With orange, CO 5.
Rows 1 and 3: K across.
Rows 2 and 4: P across.
Row 5: K2 tog, k1, k2 tog.
Rows 6 and 8: P across.
Row 7: K across.
Row 9: K2 tog, k1.
Row 10: P across.
Row 11: K2 tog. Bind
off. Weave in tail at row 1 and finish
off. Leave remaining tail for
Place seam centered in back.
Using a 12” length of black yarn, stitch button eyes 2” apart and ½”
from the edge of center front headband.
Using remaining tail on carrot nose, place on headband
according to picture and stitch around edges, securing it to the headband,
weave end in securely.
For mouth, cut a 36” length of black worsted weight. Stitch
the mouth using the picture as a guide.
Weave in all ends securely to the inside of headband.