When I was starting to learn how to knit, I looked for pretty stitches with my limited capability of just knit and purl stitches. The seed stitch immediately caught my attention. Using just knit and purl stitches, it creates a beautiful texture regardless of the yarn weight being used.
These headbands are quick to work on. They are perfect! Think fall colors and simple pleasures!
Here is a free pattern of the Seed Stitch Headbands that I made in two sizes.
- US 13 double pointed needles
- Super Bulky (6) yarn
- Baby-Toddler size: 13.5 inches circumference, 2.5 inches width
- Regular adult size: 17 inches circumference, 3.25 inches width
Would you like a variety stitch that you can use for this pattern? Check out my other post for the Seed Stitch II pattern.
This pattern can be used for 2 sizes: baby-toddler size and regular adult size which is the measurements in parenthesis.
- Cast on 7 (9) sts
- K1, p1 until end of row.
- Repeat for 60 (82) rows
- Bind off and sew both ends together.
For the headband tie:
- Cast on 5 sts
- Right side (RS): knit all sts.
- Wrong side (WS): purl all sts.
- Do 9 (10) rows total ending with the RS (WS)
- Bind off.
- Pinching the headband strip where the seams are, sew the tie together.
Would you like a variety stitch that you can use for this pattern? Check out my other post for the
Seed Stitch II pattern.
I hope you enjoy this pattern as you enjoy the change in seasons! Happy fall everyone!