Just in time for summer, a pretty loom knit headwrap/scarf pattern. Make this loom knit bandanna with 100% cotton or a cotton blend for extra coolness and comfort. 

The colors you can make this in are unlimited. Teens, adults and older children will find this pretty and useful.


I'm thrilled it's Spring and can't wait to dive into all the wonderful cotton and cotton blends this year. I've also been working on further organizing my studio. Yesterday my husband completed my vision for a works in progress board (see below). I'm a note taker but have never had a good system for keeping my projects in order.  I had some empty wall space in my studio and asked my husband to make a pallet background for 4 clipboards. This will allow me to keep my notes separate from each other and make it easier when it comes time to publish them.

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I've also been working on a cotton headwrap for those bad hair days and the beach this summer. It's really cute and easy to wear. I chose to do the sample in this yummy Coral Hibiscus color by Florafil. It's a bulky cotton with a twist to it. I'm also going to knit a couple in more neutral tones to match everyday outfits.  I've included the pattern below! 

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Loom Knit Headwrap/Head Scarf

Here I am so happy that I have this pretty head wrap to cover my curly (frizzy!!!) hair!

Level: Intermediate (decreasing, mesh lace sts)
Finished Measurements:  11" (from center) x 13" w. Triangle shape.
Loom:  24 peg, Blue Knifty Knitter or equivalent.
Instruction:  You can find videos for all the sts used in this pattern here:  YouTube This Moment is Good. Click playlists to find what you are looking for!

24 peg loom
Knitting tool
Crochet hook
Yarn:  Florafil, bulky cotton, 97% cotton, 3% nylon, 125 yds. Bulky weight (1 strand used throughout pattern).

Foundation row:  Cast on 24 pegs with 1 strand, do not join to work in the round, work as flat panel.
Begin Mesh Border...
Row 1:  ewk
Row 2:  purl
Row 3:  k2, *yo-k2tog, repeat from * to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 4:  P2, e-wrap knit to last 2 sts, p2.
Rows 5-10:  repeat rows 3 and 4 (3 times).
Row 11:  K2, purl to last 2 sts, k2.
Row 12:  P2, e-wrap knit to last 2 sts, p2.
Begin decreasing to make triangle...
Row 1:  k2tog, purl to last 2 sts, ssk.
Row 2:  e-wrap knit
Rows 3-20:  Repeat rows 1 and 2 (9 times)
Row 21:  k2tog, ssk.
Row 22:  k2tog
Bind off (1 stitch)

i-cord ties (make 2)

Foundation row:  Chain Cast on 3 pegs.
Row 1:  Knit peg 1, knit peg 3, knit peg 2.
Repeat row 1 until knitting measures 10 inches.
Attach i-cords to top edge of either side of head wrap. As seen in picture above.
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