I hope you’re all having a wonderful day? Mine was pretty damn good! We had the final presentation for the adopt-a-text project (more on this soon, for now you just need to know it was a uni project and very fun!) and I felt surprisingly well today. I am of course dead tired now, but from laughing a lot instead of being dead on my feet after getting dressed in the morning. I know what I prefer!
Today I also have a new pattern to show you. It’s paid so you can’t download it here, but you can find it on Ravelry.
Alpine Comfort is a cozy cabled headband. It reminds of sipping cocktails at the après ski or zooming down the slopes. Whatever you’re doing, Alpine Comfort is sure to keep your ears warm!
The cables are pretty basic and should be easy enough for first time cable knitters whilst still being a interesting (although quick) knit for more advanced knitters.
You do need to know how to do a provisional cast-on and how to kitchener the headband closed.
The pattern has been fully written, but has also been charted. You can pick the version you’re most comfortable working with.
You’ll need 5.5 mm needles and aran weight yarn.
The price of the pattern is €3,00 (€3,40 on Loveknitting due to the exchange rate).