Nonetheless, let me introduce the Sugar Run Headband. It is named in honor of maple sugaring season which usually begins here in Upstate New York in the latter part of February. Lots of cable twists to keep the knitting interesting and for visual appeal, but not so many to drive you mad keeping track.
Like Snowy Pines, it’s another great little portable project! Great for summer or vacation knitting. Short length rows make it easy to put down and pick up later without losing your place.
Sugar Run is the second of several headband patterns that I will be continue to publish over the next several months. Each of these patterns include two photo tutorials: Crocheted Provisional Cast-On and Top to Bottom Kitchener Joining. I don’t want knitters to be intimidated by these techniques – they really aren’t all that difficult and they give such a professional finish to a knitted piece when worked correctly. My tutorials take you step by step through each technique.
As always, this downloadable, PDF pattern has been professionally tech edited and test knit to reduce the potential for error. The pattern is charted, but also features complete written line by line instructions so the ability to read a chart is not necessary to work this pattern.
Full pattern details for the Sugar Run Headband can be found here.