The Design Concept Of The Phlox Headband Knitting Pattern: The Lacy Counterpart to The Phlox Beanie
Wisps of delicate flower-esque lace cascade gracefully down the center of a beautiful headband, making The Phlox Headband an exquisite, ethereal accessory for fall and winter. The striking contrast of stunning lacework boldly emerging from a sea of classic knit stitches makes this headband truly captivating. Inspired by beautiful white phlox flowers, and designed as the counterpart to the lovely Phlox Beanie, this knitting pattern is suitable for advanced-beginner knitters and equips you with detailed written instructions, a stitch glossary, links to numerous video and photo tutorials, a schematic with precise measurements, information on adapting the pattern to make it larger or smaller, and more. If you're searching for a delightfully fun knitting pattern to create a charming and unique knit ear warmer, then The Phlox Headband knitting pattern is definitely for you!
Phlox flowers grow in diverse habitats from alpine tundra to open woodland, prairies, and meadows, and have always been valued in gardens for their simplistic beauty and their ability to attract butterflies. I designed The Phlox Headband (and The Phlox Beanie) to have a simplistic knit appearance, which is why I chose to design this headband with simple yet classic oatmeal-colored yarn and to incorporate classic knit stitches. The striking knit lacework design down the center of The Phlox Headband was inspired by the Phlox flower, especially when they grow in bunches on the ground, which can sometimes look like intricate lace, with the earth peeping through the petals. This added lacework on the headband adds textural and visual interest and makes a huge impact.
I love all types of knit or crochet accessories for fall and winter, and I needed to incorporate some ear warmers and headbands into my portfolio. Knitted headbands and ear warmers are always something I gravitate toward during the cooler months, because it's so nice to wear one on a jog or just when out and about. The Phlox Headband is a super quick knitting project too, which is always great to incorporate into some of my other knitting patterns that might take longer. I hope you will enjoy knitting this headband as much as I enjoyed designing it!
The Counterpart to The Phlox Beanie
More Details Of The Phlox Headband Knitting Pattern: Construction, What's In The Knit Pattern + More
The Phlox Headband is knitted flat using only simple lacework and knit stitches and techniques. Overall, it's a very easy and quick knitting pattern. It's categorized as being suitable for advanced-beginners due to the lacework. The lacework stitches are comprised of simple increases and decreases -- nothing difficult at all.
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What Materials Do I Need In Order To Follow The Phlox Headband Knitting Pattern?
To knit The Phlox Headband, you'll need U.S. Size 8 (5 mm) knitting needles, approximately 75 yards (68.58 meters) of medium/worsted-weight (category 4) yarn (similar here, here, and here), a tapestry needle, scissors and a row counter (optional). As with all Darling Jadore patterns, all the specific materials (brands, etc) are located within the knitting pattern file so you can make the exact Phlox Headband photographed.
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Reselling From Darling Jadore Knit and Crochet Patterns: Can I Sell My Finished Phlox Headband?
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