You read correctly, I am going to share the pattern for my honeycomb headband with you all. I hope you enjoy it, and I would love to see your creations!
Ch - Chain
Tss-Tunisian Simple Stitch
Tps- Tunisian purl stitch
YO- Yarn over
This pattern is worked over two rows of alternating between Tps and Tss. In this pattern, you will never turn your work. Before beginning you will need to measure your head's circumference to give you an accurate size for your headband.
This pattern will create a "loopy" back. I am a person who doesn't mind what the backs look like, so if all around presentation is important, I'd pass on this one.
Congratulations you have made your Loom Knit Granny Square!! Happy Crafting!!!
This project works up fast, and is great for anyone who loves their loom, and wants to make many
beautiful things on it. This is my Breast Cancer Awareness beanie, and I hope you all enjoy.
For this pattern, gauge isn't important. The loom will do all of the gauge work for you.
The asterisk indicates areas where you can modify the number to allow for your preferences. More rows on the brim will mean a wider brim, more rows on the hat piece will create a larger "slouch" to the beanie. If at any point, you are confused, please feel free to refer to the Photo Pattern posted in the Photo Gallery section.
This stitch is surprisingly simple for the beautiful effect that you get. If you know how to single crochet, you're already in good shape, and this should be easy for you. If not, then I will take it slow to make sure everyone gets it.
Yarn and hook of your choice
EITHER: Existing project -or- a row of single crochet to build off of
This stitch is typically used as a border as it cannot be built upon later. It's a gorgeous corded look when finished. Good luck! As always, I'd love to see your works in the Community Post section.