I’ve been trying to find a way to purl faster so I can churn out more braided headbands. After extensive YouTube research, I found a technique where you don’t put the yarn in front of the work to purl. It’s called the Norwegian Purl. It looks confusing, but for some reason it totally makes sense to me. It may take me a little longer to do this stitch, but I find it much more interesting and rewarding that I actually finished another headband!
Stephen is a master in disguise of picking good yarn. This is just Red Heart yarn from Wal Mart, but it knit up so well. He also decided to wear the headband backwards and I think it look much more masculine. I was skeptical that this design would look overly feminine, but he can pull it off. Must be all those years of wearing women’s sunglasses…
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Hahah 🙂 I love everything on this blog! It's like a Ta encyclopedia. Which is exactly what i need for late night Natasha withdraws. Keep up the great blogging!