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Winter Berry

By November 30, 2014 7 Comments

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This season I’ve noticed a multitude of adorable fluffy knit headbands in the stores. Pretty and stylish but PERFECT for those non-committals who want to hold onto every last drop of Fall before the deep freeze of Winter takes hold.

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This headband features a sweet little cluster of Berries right in the center and plump, squishy cables wrapping around the band. I knit this pattern up in a Thick & Thin Bulky weight Merino, so it’s super soft and incredibly warm. I think you’ll find yourself making quite a few of these for gifts and for yourself!

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  • Anita says:

    I’m stuck on row 44. Cannot just drop a stitch from the needle! Please clarify.

    • Kalurah says:

      Hi Anita,

      Why do you feel you need to drop a stitch on row 44? The pattern shows to slip a stitch but not to drop one?

      • Anita says:

        Because in my ‘stitch explanations’ list under MB it says on row 44 ” k1 yo etc into 1stitch. Drop stitch from needle. So its a slip stitch then is it? Thank you for your help Kalurah.

        • Kalurah says:

          No, it’s not a slip stitch. You “knit 1, yo, knit 1, yo, knit 1” all into ONE stitch on the left hand needle, then drop these 5 new stitches off of the left hand needle onto your right hand needle, [turn your work and purl 5, turn your work and knit 5] twice.Then pass the second stitch on your needle over the first, 4 times. This creates a “Bobble”. Essentially, you are increasing ONE stitch to 5 stitches, knitting (ONLY) those 5 stitches in stockinette for 4 rows, then decreasing those 5 stitches back to one. Which creates a little “bobble” shape. When the bobble is complete, it will be on your right hand needle.

          Hope this helps! 🙂
          Kalurah

  • diana says:

    this is a beautiful pattern and looking forward to making it. couldn’t get gage using malabrigo rasta, too bulky. is there a yarn you recommend?

  • cinda says:

    This is a beautiful headband. I’m very excited to make it.

    I am stuck tho. On Row 7: I need to end up with 10 stitches. How will I do that if in Row 6, I only have 9 stitches??

    Where does that extra stitch come from? There are no YO’s in Row 7. There are no YO’s in Row 7 to account for the 10th stitch.

    Thank you

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