Knit Headband Part 1

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This is how to knit the increase rows and rib pattern. It has a small flower that goes on the headband.

Go here for the .PDF pattern: www.ravelry.com

Athor’s Blog: iknitspatterns.blogspot.com

Pattern:

Cast on 5 stitches

Row 1: K, P, K, P, K

Row 2: P, K, P, K, P

Row 3, 4: Continue in rib pattern

Increase Rows:

Row 5: K, P, Knit 1 strand, Knit 1 strand, P, K (6 sts)

Row 6: P, K, P, M1F, P, K, P (7sts)

Row 7, 8: Continue in rib pattern

Row 9: K, P, K, P 1 strand, P 1 strand, K, P, K (8 sts)

Row 10: P, K, P, K, M1B, K, P, K, P (9 sts)

Row 11, 12: Continue in rib pattern Repeat until you have 23 stitches!

Continue in rib pattern for 2-3 inches

Decrease Rows in part 2!

Row 13: K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K, P, K, P, K (15 sts)

Row 14, 15, 16: Continue in rib pattern

Row 17: K, P, K, P, K, P2tog, K2tog, P, K, P, K, P, K (13 sts)

Row 18, 19, 20: Continue in rib pattern

Row 21: K, P, K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K, P, K (11 sts)

Row 22, 23, 24: Continue in rib pattern

And Finishing up!

Row 25: K, P, K, P2tog, K2tog, P, K, P, K (9 sts)
Row 26, 27, 28: Continue in rib pattern

Row 29: K, P, K, P, K2tog, P2tog, K (7 sts)
Row 30, 31, 32: Continue in rib pattern

Row 33: K, P, K, P, K, P2tog (6 sts)

If you want to add flowers go to these videos

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