Created by: Deann
Debbie is a 1950’s inspired headband that can be worn different ways. Either with the knot tied at the top or at the bottom or even off center. I especially like the leaf shaped tips sticking up at the top.
Knit flat, using very simple cabling to achieve the look. Debbie is a great pattern for those wanting to try their hand at cables for the first time, or for anyone wanting to add a bit of fun to their wardrobe.
Pearls, although optional, add glamour to an already pretty design, use any beads that match your yarn choice.
Tech editor & master test knitter: Ellen Kapusniak
US 5 – 3.75 mm
Yarn: Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi)
Gauge: 24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in Stocking Stitch
of worsted weight yarn
Pearls/beads; I used 10, 1/3in (8mm), glass pearls
Yarn needle, to weave in ends
Sewing needle, to fit through holes on pearls
Thread, to sew on pearls/beads
(53-58 cm). Actual circumference, approximately 19 inches (78cm), excluding ties. Pattern includes up to 2 inches (5 cm) of negative ease. The band can be adjusted for a custom fit by using the sizing tips provided in the pattern.