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Trendy Loom Knit Fall & Winter Ear Warmer Headband

This tutorial/pattern requires basic know how on the long loom but if you are a beginner, I’ve included links that were helpful to me of the techniques mentioned below from other knitters on Youtube.

Supplies Needed

  • Knifty Knitter 48 peg round loom (Purple) You can purchase the Knifty Knitter Purple Adult Hat Loom on Amazon.
  • 1 skein of Hometown USA
  • Hook tool
  • Plastic Needle
  • Optional: Flower loom to make a yarn flower, scraps of fabric, buttons… anything you’d love to use to style it up!


Using one strand of yarn, e-wrap cast on.

For the first 9 rows, do a knit 2 and purl 2 pattern for the brim. Row 10-24 knit stitch. Rows 25-31 repeat the knit 2 and purl 2 pattern you began with. Finish with the stretchy bind off in which a video example can be found HERE. You’ll want to wrap your yarn around the loom 4 times and then cut so you’ll have enough yarn to bind off and weave in. Voila! You have a trendy ear warmer headband for the Fall and Winter season.

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Trendy Loom Knit Fall & Winter Ear Warmer Headband by Erin Lowmaster is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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  1. November 15, 2014    

    I would like to ask Erin if this headband could be finished as a hat as opposed to a headband and also if this can be done on a 41 peg loom.
    Thanks for sharing this pattern! It looks just perfect for my daughter-in-law!

  2. November 16, 2014    

    I believe it could be. You’d just need to knit further and then cast off the top as you would a normal loom knit hat. Let me know how it comes out if you try!

  3. November 24, 2014    

    Thank you for responding. I am going to give it a try and will let you know how it comes out. Do you have any idea how many more rows of knitting I might need to do? I am definitely a beginner here and not very confident! Thanks again!

  4. November 24, 2014    

    I would just suggest counting how many rows make up an inch and then go up to desired head size from that measurement.

  5. November 26, 2014    

    Thanks again. I will let you know how it comes out. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Hi, my name is Erin. I'm from Georgia but live in Oregon now with my family of four. I've been blessed with a daughter age 6 1/2 and nearly 4 year old son. I have been married to my husband for 8 years now.

I enjoy graphic design, all fiber arts, blogging, Photography, reading all sorts of books, crafting, exploring the great outdoors, homeschooling my children, and more!

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