This darling Honeycomb headband is a quick project. Because you can change the width of the piece by the stitch multiple, this pattern will not only translate to other weights of yarn but can be made in multiple sizes based on the head circumference you are creating. Increasing the number of stitches as well as repeating the row pattern to add to the length, you can create a cowl or even the sides of a tote bag.
I used a solid color, but imagine this headband in a gradient, self-striping, variegated, or even a speckled yarn. What will you choose?
NOTE: You will receive the DIGITAL Pattern Only. | 4 Pages
20 inches (51 cm) circumference and 5.5 inches wide (14 cm) wide when blocked
155 yards (142 m) DK weight yarn
Sample made with Emma’s Yarn Simply Spectacular DK (75% Superwash Merino / 25% Nylon; 3.5 oz / 100g = 255 yards/233 m) in the color Kale
US size G/6 (4.00 mm) or size needed for gauge.
- 2 unique stitch markers
- Metal tapestry needle to weave in ends
18 patt sts and 15 patt rows = 4 inches (10 cm).
Always take the time to check your gauge.