My obsession with bow ties continues… But this time in my hair… This bow is a great stash buster, and a good way to practise working with multiple needles.
Either make your own using these instructions, or buy one here.
You will need:
3 x 4mm dpn
Pinback or hair clip
Cast on 15 stitches.
Knit front and back of each stitch, placing the created stitches on 2 needles. You will end up with 15 stitches on each needle, in 2 parallel rows.
Knit 29 rotations.
Cast off with Kitchener stitch, holding the 2 needles together. This wil make a seamless bow part.
Cast on 8 stitches.
Stocking stitch 10 rows, slipping the first stitch of every row.
Crimp the bow in the centre.
Attach the tie around the bow, and stitch up at the back.
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