A must have for fall! You will love this knit bandana pattern! The Bennet Bandana is your must-make fall accessory and a beautiful statement piece that is easy to wear with any outfit. Perfect for chilly nights or cozy days, this neckerchief stands out with its delicate picot lace edging.
Look at that drape! Flexible linen yarn gives it a supple feel, which only gets softer with regular wash and wear. This unfussy project is a wonderful intro to lace knitting—you’ll glide through the steps with help from my complete pattern and instructional video. Use straight or round size 3 needles to complete this piece with a 7-row repeated pattern throughout. How’s that for sweet and simple?
This knit banana is super satisfying to make. Choose your favorite shade of Flax & Twine Daytime Fingering Weight Linen to get started. But fair warning… once you start, you’ll want to make one in every color! If this is your first time knitting with linen yarn, it may feel different to start with. But you’ll fall in love with its feel and versatility.
:: 2 skeins of Flax & Twine Daytime Linen Fingering Weight (175 yds, 75 g)
:: Bennet Bandana Pattern with link in pattern to Picot Lace Edge Technique Video
:: 1 set of Size 3 (3.25mm) either 32” circular or 12” straight Size 3 Lykke Driftwood Knitting Needles
Measuring 18″ high x 36″ wide at the widest place, this triangular neck-cessory can be worn many ways. Toss it on, turn it backwards, or tie it on your bag when you’re changing outfits. It drapes beautifully with a gorgeous sheen that makes the beautiful colors of linen pop. Ivory, stone, blush, rust, or onyx—I’d love to hear which one is your favorite!