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Pannband/ Headband

I have  a friend called Helena. Helena´s got skills, lots of skills, like blogging skills, baking skills and sewing skills. The skill that has inspired me most is her knitting. Helena made a cardigan Emma made a cardigan, Helena made a scarf, Emma made a scarf, Helena made a Headband and now I´ve made a headband.

Needed: Wool and needles that gives you the gauge 10 sts= 10cm. I used some yarn I got from my granny together with 4 mm needles.

knitting abbreviations

Pattern repeat:

Row 1 and 5: Knit

Row 2, 4 and 6: Purl

Row 3: K3 (sl 3 sts onto cn, hold in back, K3, K3 from cn) repeat from ( to ) 2 times, k3

Row 7: (sl 3 sts onto cn, hold in front, K3, K3 from cn) repeat from ( to ) 3 times.

Row 8: Purl


CO 18 sts.

Work in pattern until the headband fits around your head when you stretch it a little, end on RS.

With WS facing: K3, K2tog, K8, K2tog, K3 (=16sts)

Now knit one row and purl one row.

Make buttonholes: K1, K2tog, YO, K4, K2tog, YO, K3, K2tog, YO, K2.

Work three rows in stockinette stitch.

Bind off like this: K3, put the left needle into the first stitch on the right needle. Pull the first stitch over the other 2 sts and off the right needle. Knit one more and continue like before.

Sew on buttons and weave in ends.

If anything is unclear in the pattern or you need help with anything, don´t hesitate to ask! Do also say if you want the pattern in swedish.



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Used up my red yarns to make this shawl.

Fotograf Helena Månsson.

You can get this free pattern in both Swedish and English.

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Made by Emma

Pattern in English and some scandinavian language (is it Danish or Norwegian?) can be found here.


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My first cardigan

I´m soooo proud of myself knitting this cardigan!

The pattern can be found here! (in both engl- and swedish).

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Baby Converse

Made by Emma for our little niece.

The pattern is in Swedish and came from Crochetra´s blog.

I have been trying to get this pattern in english without succes but found this youtube clip that shows you how to make similar once.


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