This pattern is yet another versatile vintage styled one, which could work for a number of eras; 1920's glam flapper head dress, 1940s curl covering turban, or even a 1970s flower power hippie - the choice is yours!
Learn to knit a simple lace pattern with Monica Russel's easy headband. Choose to work from a chart or written instructions, whichever you prefer. You could even use your free LK102 yarn kit to knit this in a shade of yellow.
Pattern kindly created by Monica Russel, shared by Let's Knit
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"This gorgeous knitted picnic blanket by Sian Brown uses intarsia colourwork to create a timeless tartan effect! The blanket uses Rowan Summer Tweed and Rowan All Seasons Cotton to create a rustic effect in beautiful outdoor colours. Sausage rolls, jam sandwiches, thermal flasks full of tea – there's nothing more idyllic than a picnic by the riverbank! Remember to twist your yarns together mid-row to prevent holes forming."
I have a few post lined up for you lovely people over the next couple of days so there is finally something going on on this little blog of mine, it was never my intention to leave it so long but with a massive life change towards the end of last year, it rather scuppered any plans I had to keep this blog going on a daily basis. That said things are a little calmer now in my world and so hopefully I will be able to be a bit more proactive around here, fingers crossed!
I've decided to start with a post from the lovely Bex over at Subversive Femme and another beauty from her collection. I have also been through all of Bex's previous posts that have been linked on here and updated the links as she now has a swishy new site and the old links were no longer connecting with the correct patterns, so I have done a bit of much over due maintenance and relinked the posts to their respective patterns!
If you find a link on this site which is no longer working please just drop me an email to: email@example.com and I will see what I can do to remedy it!
Right, enough waffle from me, onto the free pattern!