Busy Bee Headband


Squooshy waffled warmness around the ears and neck, yum yum! The bee stitch used in this knit headband pattern will create a stretchy textured knit which is only marginally more difficult than simple garter stitch, but looks amazing.

With a simple twist half way this simple piece is the perfect option if you often wear your hair up or a beanie can’t contain your tresses.

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Toddler of 46-48cm, (Child of approximately 51-53cms head circumference, adult of 56-58cms head circumference) OR 18”-19” (20″-21″, 22″-23″) head circumference. Size is very easily adjusted.

Essie wears the toddler size and Sarah wears the adult size knitted to 46cm (18″) and has a head circumference of 56cm (22″).

  • Garter stitch
  • knit one below
  • Kitchener stitch
  • provisional cast on, waste yarn method

All these skills have tutorials available on our tutorial page.

  • about 80-100 metres worsted or aran weight yarn
  • Darning needle
  • One 4.5mm DPN
  • 4.5mm needles
  • Scissors

18 stitches per 10cm (4″)

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