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"Most days, you will find me with my hair up in a messy bun with maybe a clip or two in place. Doesn’t mean I don’t still enjoy headbands – I just wear them decoratively, rather than to hold my hair back. This headband is worked in one of my favorite stitch patterns – the granny stitch, and my favorite joining method – the Pull Loop Through (PLT) Method (though you can substitute this for your choice of joining method). Working two pieces, and joining together gives you the freedom to create any combination of two tones, but it also looks great in one solid color. You could also wear it with the hair tie in the front instead of at the back."
- Small Amount of #10 Crochet Cotton Thread – I used Artiste Brand, but Aunt Lydia's Classic #10 Crochet Thread works too!
- 2.35mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Hair Tie
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