Wintery Loop Stitch

If you’ve ever found yourself covered in tinsel strands, and the rest of the house too, because your 10-year-old decided that he wanted a hat trimmed with the novelty glitter yarn, you’ll be thankful for this alternative.

As long as you’re comfortable and confident holding the yarn and needles in between stitches, you’ll be able to figure this one out. It’s a simple master and repeat pattern that can become a scarf, or as I’ll show you here, a band for a hat.

Wintery Pom-Pom Hat pattern is here, and I’ll have the pom-pom tutorial for you next week!

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