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The Pretty Cables Headband {knitting pattern}

In the past few weeks while I was away from my blog I was working in my latest designs and crafted a lot. (Finished my purse too. Yay!)
After The Pretty Waves Headband I wanted to design its textured version or something similar with cables. That's how this cabled headband born. I am currently in love with cables.


The earwarmer has been tested by the wonderful FTP group on Ravelry. Check their headbands on the pattern page.


I made a brown and blue version for myself. I realized, that brown is not my color, although I like it. My hair is black, but I am fair-skinned and without blush too pale. But with colorful scarf or some happy accessories it can work. 

The pattern is available in my stores:


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  1. A very nice and warm headband! Good job again!

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  2. Beautiful! Congratulations

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  3. Me encantan, todas super bonitas!
    un abrazo

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