I'm happy to say that we have several new babies coming this year in the family and with friends!
I'm going to be a grandmother for the first time also, which is very exciting. I have been spending most of my time designing patterns for babies. I have always loved the knitted crowns and set out to design a pattern for loom knitters. This little crown is knit in one piece and requires no seaming. There are only 15 rows to knit so it goes fast even though there are a lot of stitches to move to achieve the effect. I hope my readers enjoy this new pattern and can't wait to see all of the little babies in their homemade loom knit crowns.

Pattern description is available below.

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Pattern Description For The "Royal Crown Headband"
Perfect for the little Prince or Princess, this headband makes a cute ear warmer or photo prop. Although there is a lot of stitch movement in this piece, you’ll find that it works up quickly with only 15 rows. A natural fiber with elasticity, wool etc., is recommended to make movement of the sts easier and for blocking. The headband is loom knit in the round and requires no seaming! It is meant to be worn as a headband not sit on top of the head (picture is just to show stitching).

Level: Intermediate+

Finished Measurements: Size 0-6 mos., Fits 14-15” head circumference, height is 3 inches. When using wool this headband can be blocked to multiple sizes for infants. This Crown can easily be made in other sizes if desired (Children and adults, multiples are given). This is up to the loomer to change size and peg #'s. Note; if changing size, height is not adjustable.

Loom needed: 3/8” peg spacing loom, using 60 pegs. (KB, All in one knitting board, CinDWood makes this peg spacing)

Thank You For Reading. Happy Loom Knitting-Nicole
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