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Urban Ear Warmer Knockoff Free Knitting Pattern

By: Jenny for WiseKnits

Urban Ear Warmer Knockoff

This Urban Ear Warmer Knockoff Free Knitting Pattern is inspired by a headband from Urban Outfitters. Create your own version of this knit headband pattern. It's simple to make, and cinching it  creates a faux bow look that totally unique. If you aren't an expert at knitting, never fear. Free knitting patterns don't have to be complicated and this project is a great example. If you know knitting basics, you can create this adorable free headband. People will think you went to the store and picked it up, but little do they know that you made it on your own and didn't spend very much money at all. Fool your friends and look good at the same time, all you need is this great free headband pattern.
 


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Materials:

  • Less than one skein of Malabrigo Merino Worsted (Feel free to substitute any other worsted weight yarn. Just make sure it has some wool content so it can be blocked)
  • Size 8 (5mm) straight needles

Instructions:

Provisionally cast on 27 stitches.

Row 1: Slip first stitch, K to second to last stitch, P last stitch.

Row 2: Slip first stitch, P to end.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until piece measures about 18″ from beginning. (If you’re worried about fit/tightness, I always find the best way is to put the band around your head, measuring it to your particular fit, and ending when it feels right for you).
 

Finishing:

  1. Graft the two ends together to create a seamless finish. (If you’re like me and are terrible a seaming, the braided gather is a great way to cover up a messy seam).
     
  2. Weave in ends.
     
  3. Block! The earmwarmer will have the tendancy to curl, but blocking will slightly reduce this.

    Urban Ear Warmer Knockoff
     
  4. Cut three long strands from the same yarn. Using a crochet hook, fold the strands in half and draw them through the edge of the earwarmer. Leaving a loop at the top, draw the ends through the loop, attaching the strands to the earwarmer.
     
  5. Braid two braids from the 6 strings, hold them together, and wrap them around the width of the earwarmer. Continue wrapping until the gather is as big as you like. On the wrong side, tie the braids off and hide the ends in the wrap.

    Urban Ear Warmer Knockoff
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Did you finally get it pmlet 0848551? Slip first stitch, knit all the way to the next to last stitch then you Purl the last stitch. The wording could be confusing. Second to last stitch is actually the next to last stitch. I guess it would depend on what terminology you are used to. Hope this helpsi did not see that designer responded so I thought I would help. Have a great day!!! :)

Well, you either have to slip it, knit it, or pearl it. You can't just drop it. Why do you ask me what I think?

I'm just asking what I should do? Can't you give me an answer? Pat

You did not answer my question on the instruction for the first row of this headband. I don't understand it. Pat

I want to knit this ear warmer but I don't know what to do with the next to last stitch on the first row. It says to slip the 1st stitch, K to second to last stitch, P last stitch. What do I do with the second to last stitch?

You asked what would I do? That's why I'm asking you.

love this. its adorable

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