The inspiration for this knitting pattern comes from this Eugenia Kim Cat Headband. I’m a big fan of Eugenia Kim’s fun designs and chunky knits. I was immediately drawn to this style because I’m a total cat lady! The cat ears are such a cute addition to a basic headband. This headband knits up really fast thanks to thick yarn and large needles. The headband is stretchy so it can also work for older kids/pre-teens.
Yarn: Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in Pewter
Needles: Size 13 circular, 16 inch
Double pointed needles sz 13
Using the circular needles, cast on 36 sts. Join together. Work in K1, P1 ribbing for 5 inches. Bind off.
The the ear again on the rows directly behind the first. This double layer gives the ears more dimension and prevents them from flopping over.
Tie the two ears together at the top. Sew the side seams closed and weave in ends. Make the other ear approximately inches apart from the first.
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