Petite Blythe Knitted Headband Pattern


Umeko has come out to play~ Sewing doll’s clothes is something really difficult to me, my fingers don’t agree with it but I will keep trying. Meanwhile I knitted a dress for her and a headband which I will be sharing the pattern. 😀 The pattern for the dress derived from Stitch Journal’s free pattern. I made appropriate adjustments to suit the lace yarn and needle size and opted out on the long sleeves +o+ they are kind of hard to knit. I will try again next time. Hehe..


Umeko’s hair is quite out of hand haha making a headband kind of help tame it a little. Came up with this knitting pattern and thought I’d like to share it.

Needle: 2.5mm
Yarn: 4 ply acrylic yarn

CO 10 sts
Row 1~6: Knit for 6 rows (for Garter stitch)
Row 7: Purl (Row 7 & 8 is Stockinette stitch)
Row 8: Knit
Repeat from Row 1 to Row 8 for 7 times or until the headband is about 10cm long.
Bind off and leave enough yarn to sew 2 ends together.

Headband bow area decorative piece
CO 6 sts
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Purl
Repeat Row 1 – 2 until Row 14 and bind off leave enough yarn to sew the ends together.
Place the bow piece at where the headband joins to cover the stitches and sew the 2 ends of bow piece together.


Colorful Pyramid Toys

9th Feb 2012 pattern, moved from my Blogger. 🙂

The large and small pyramids crochet with only single crochet stitches using scrap yarn.
  • 2/0 crochet hook
  • Mainly 4 ply yarn
  • Polyfil
  • Bell
Small pyramid: 25 chains & 22 rows.

Large pyramid: 40 chains & 41 rows.

I don’t know how to write the pattern so I came up with this simple pattern. Both of them were made with the same method just different number of stitches and rows.
howto1As long as when the whole thing looks like a square, it is time to stop adding row. When the rows are complete, fold the opening the other way to form a pyramid, then continue to single crochet to shut the opening halfway, stuff polyfil and add a bell into the stuffing and continue filling the pyramid up with polyfil. Then proceed to single crochet the opening till the end, cut yarn and hide it. Tada! I probably didn’t describe the process good enough, I hope that the photos on the left will help you visualize how to fold the opening.
Yumie playing with the small pyramid 😀 She gets really excited when there are bells in the toys. These pyramids are really soft and bouncy too. Kind of fun to play fetch with. Hehe
Cookie with the large pyramid, it seems like the large pyramid isn’t as nice to play with as compared to the small one, it might be the size of it and the weight of the polyfil. I’ll observe the large pyramid more. ^^ Though even if it’s not a toy, it looks pretty cute as a decoration item.