Panta - Headband or Christmas Panda? Part II

Friday, December 2, 2011

Last week "Panta" was a Christmas Panda but this week, it's a knit headband (the official definition of the word). While I really like this headband, I'll confess that it's not nearly as cute as a Christmas Panda.

I used Malabrigo worsted weight yarn and the Blue Leaf Headband pattern. It was a quick and easy knit. I'll be making one or two of these for myself as this one is being shipped off with a swap package.






























11 comments:

spidermom said...

i agree not as cute as Panta 1, but very cute, nonetheless! love the yarn you used, very pretty :)

waxandwane87 said...

This is really cute. Do you have a pattern?

Anonymous said...

I love this version using finer yarn! What size needles did you use?

Anonymous said...

I'd love a pattern for this. I'll pin this and check back to see if you post one. Cute pattern!

Nadine said...

The pattern is linked in the writing. Click on Blue Leaf Headband above ^

Anonymous said...

I agree, I like the thinner yarn version than the chunky yarn. The Ravelry pattern using chunky yarn called for 10.5 size needles. What size needles did you use? Maybe use the recommended needles on the yarn wrapper? Thank you!

Mary Kollman said...

I'm not finding the free pattern to make this headband.....would you send it please. It looks cute....need to start some Christmas presents. Thanks, Mary

Please e-mail me the pattern at marykollman@gmail.com

Jan weir said...

The Blur Leaf link appears to be more lacy than the shown. Please send me the pattern for the one in the photo. Thank You

Jan

LimeRiot said...

Hi Jan - the pattern calls for chunky yarn but I used worsted weight. The tighter gauge made the headband look less lacy. Hope that helps!

Anonymous said...

Just wondering what this colour of yarn is called? So pretty!

janweirrealtor@gmail.com said...

Where do I find the pattern for the headband?
Jan

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