Northern Shadowlands Headband

Shadowlands Headband

Lindsay Lewchuk 2022 New Releases, Announcements, Head, How-to Videos, Into the Unknown (2022 theme), Slip and Rise Pattern Club

Double the warmth with Shadowlands Headband.  Light filters through shades of dusk on the top while ribbing underneath adjusts for a snuggly warm fit.  Contrasting cables interplay in two styles for two winter weather needs – a fashionable warm winter headband that’s great for keeping your hair in place and a built for the Northern winter width that keeps you warm and stylish!

The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written and charted. 

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Finished Measurements:
Small (Large): 19/ 48.5cm (21.75”/ 55.5cm) around by your choice of Southern 2.5”/ 6.5cm or Northern 4”/ 10cm tall

Materials:
2 skeins Malabrigo Verano, shown in colors Pistachio (MC) and Chocolate (CC)
Single skein info: 100% pima cotton Worsted/ DK; 205yds/ 187m per 100g/ 3.53oz
Sample weights Small Southern: 44g/ 1.55oz (50g/ 1.76oz)
Sample weights Small Northern: 66g/ 2.32oz (75g/ 2.64oz)
US 6/ 4mm circular needles
Cable needle
Yarn needle
1 stitch marker

Blocked Gauges:
20 sts and 40 rnds over 4”/ 10cm in pattern stitch. 
22 sts and 24 rnds over 4”/ 10cm in 1×1 rib.
Note: if your rnd gauge differs (for either gauge), check out “Layer It” in the special notes section.

Special Notes:
Color It: for a traditional light in front and dark in back make your lightest color MC and your darkest CC (shown).  To have the shadowed cable pop, make your lightest color CC and your darkest color MC.
Cable It: Shadowland Headband features a medley of 1/1 cables.  A cable needle is optional.  You may choose to work the sts out of order without one. 
Graft It: though a provisional cast on is called for, if you are like me and hate undoing those, cast on with a cable cast on and follow this grafting live sts to the first row of stitches trick.  Check out the blog here for a quick video demonstration.
James 1:17.