This past winter and spring I produced a number and variety of items that I’ve already sold. Forgive the quality of pictures, as they are all from my phone, and some do not show the items as well as I would have wished. Hopefully they¬†give you an idea of some of the other patterns I have replicated and/or developed.

Head wrap with a bow

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I really love this cute head wrap with a bow. I used Red Heart’s Super Soft yarn in Lilac and knitted it in the round. The result is a wide band that offers maximum protection from the cold and is adorable as well.

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Cinched Farmer’s rib head wrap

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I had an order for three of these, two in cream (a perfect fall/winter color) and one in navy blue. I used Deborah Norville’s Everyday Soft Worsted yarn. It’s acrylic, but it is the softest yarn I have worked with and very comfortable to wear. I love this classy look, which would pair well with an overcoat in any color.

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Cinched garter stitch wrap

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This sweet little number is casual and cute. It’s also made of the Deborah Norville Collection yarn.

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Tapered head wrap with a bow

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This stunning pattern deserved a stunning color. This is Sheep(ish) by Caron in Magenta. These two pictures show the color differently, but the actual color is closer to the photo below. I wanted to give you an idea of what the entire wrap looks like though, hence the photo above.

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Double-knit head wrap with loop/button accent

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This head wrap is double-knit for extra warmth and contains a perpendicular garter stitch loop that wraps around and is secured by a button. This ended up being a more challenging project than it should have been and I would modify it in the future. I love the charming button, however.

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If you are interested in any of these patterns, please include the description in your email to rosa [at] knittingwithapointe [dot] com or link this blog post. Thanks!