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Published on March 28th, 2014 | by Faith


Free Toft Headband Pattern

Toft are an exclusive British brand, focusing on ethically produced alpaca and sheep yarn and fashion-led knitting patterns. We’ve teamed up with Toft to bring you this chic headband – a simple project, suitable for everyday wear. It would make a fantastic gift and even a beginner could complete it within an afternoon!

Toft Ulysses DK

Made from a unique blend of the finest British fleeces and spun in Yorkshire, the Toft Ulysses DK line is a super soft and top quality yarn. This luxurious yarn is available in two effortlessly trendy shades: delicate Silver (82) and rich Steel (81). Both shades would be suitable for this headband pattern – or why not make one in each?

Knit for less – get 25% off Toft Ulysses DK for a limited time only! All DK Yarns are up to 25% off until 31 March so grab a bargain now.

Free Toft Headband Pattern


About the Author

Faith has just recently launched herself into the wonderful world of knitting and is excited by the possibilities! She also loves baking, Italy and all types of dogs (but is in the midst of a pug obsession)!

Last updated: March 28th, 2014.

15 Responses to Free Toft Headband Pattern

  1. Doris Clark says:

    I would love this mitten pattern! I have been looking for one like this. Is it a free download or do I need to purchase it?
    Thank you,

  2. Carole Weave- Lane says:

    I am interested in tbe two downloads, also the Alpacas.

  3. Kate Wilson says:

    Do you have the pattern for the mittens too?

  4. Maureen Bell says:

    Toft is in Shetland where I come from.

  5. liz says:

    I would love the mittens patterns is it available

  6. Cheryl says:

    Great project. Thanks for the free pattern. I’m also very interested in the mitten pattern. Is it available?

  7. Enid says:

    Thanks for the headband pattern – I too would love the mittens one as well!

  8. Margaret Byers says:

    Thanks for the free download of the lovely headband, I would also like the mitt pattern too if it is available. Many thanks.

  9. J.E. Seymour says:

    Hi, I have a feeling that the explanation of PSSO is incorrect. One does Not slip stitches off right needle. TY!

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