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« Reply #390 on: January 12, 2006 03:30:47 PM »

Here's my panta, I have two others on the needles. My mom and grandmother saw mine and requested one.

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« Reply #391 on: January 12, 2006 04:20:31 PM »

It was indeed inspired by this thread. My panta has fewer repeats and is made from soy, which is very stretchy, so it's shorter. And with fewer repeats, it's not as wide and it doesn't cover your ears, which is good if you a) live in arizona and b) talk on the phone a lot. I'm also working on a children's panta. But that will be a little while.

I'm going to give your's a shot Smiley
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« Reply #392 on: January 13, 2006 01:47:47 PM »

Love love loveeee it! And can't wait to start. I have that Fanta song in my head now.

Panta pant, don't wanna panta... Cheesy

haha, many thanks for the pattern.
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« Reply #393 on: January 13, 2006 01:52:24 PM »

omg! that thing is so hot! must make one.....*sigh* just another project onto my evergrowing list Tongue Undecided
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« Reply #394 on: January 13, 2006 06:53:13 PM »

Is it just me or is the link to this pattern gone???

Oh, here it is...on a different site:

http://www.pixiestikz.com/blog/archives/patterns/panta/Panta.html
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« Reply #395 on: January 14, 2006 12:16:32 PM »

can someone post the pattern again please? this thread got so long...i searched for like 25 minutes trying to find it and failed =p thanks.
this thing is so cute though...it has officially been bumped to the top of my list of things to make!  Cheesy
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« Reply #396 on: January 14, 2006 02:00:39 PM »

i can't get that link to work for me, kristen81, but i think most people have been using the pattern on page 4, and then there's one on page 2 and i posted one on page 38.
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« Reply #397 on: January 14, 2006 02:16:22 PM »

o my gosh i'm stupid. well i had a late night which makes for a stupid me the next day LOL thanks =p please excuse my stupidity
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« Reply #398 on: January 14, 2006 02:47:45 PM »

Wow...that's strange...works when I click it...weird...

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« Reply #399 on: January 15, 2006 06:17:11 AM »

Okay! I was a bit confused by the pattern here so I rewrote it in a way that made a bit more sense to me (I used the pictures and the pattern to figure it out). I hope this'll help out others who might be confused. If you're not then not feel free to ignore it fully:

Keep the stuff about size 5 needles and corresponding yarn.

Measure your head where you want the headband to sit. Divide this number by 10. This is how long each section of the increases will be (so if your circumference is 20" then each section would be 2" -- except for section 5, which is twice as long). Wherever it says llama in the pattern you insert the length (in this case, where it says "llama" you would say "2 inches").

CO 19s
Section 1:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k1] x 6
Row 2: p1, [k2, p1] x 6 = 19s
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you reach llama

Section 2:
Row 1: k1 [p2, k1, inc1] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p2] x 5, k2, p1 = 24s
Row 3: k1 [p2, k2] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p2] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 3:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k2, inc1] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p3] x 5, k2, p1 = 29s
Row 3: k1, [p2, k3] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p3] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 4:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k3, inc1] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p4] x 5, k2, p1 = 34s
Row 3: k1, [p2, k4] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p4] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 5:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k4, inc1] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p5] x 5, k2, p1 = 39s
Row 3: k1, [p2, k5] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p5] x 5, k2, p1

Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach 2 x llama!

Section 6:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k3, k2tog] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p4] x 5, k2, p1 = 34s
Row 3: k1, [p2, k4] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p4] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 7:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k2, k2tog] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p3] x 5, k2, p1 = 29s
Row 3: k1, [p2, k3] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p3] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 8:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k1, k2tog] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p2] x 5, k2, k1 = 24s
Row 3: k1 [p2, k2] x 5, p2, k1
Row 4: p1, [k2, p2] x 5, k2, p1
Repeat 3 & 4 until you reach llama

Section 9:
Row 1: k1, [p2, k2tog] x 5, p2, k1
Row 2: p1, [k2, p1] x 5, k2, p1 = 19s
Row 1: k1, [p2, k1] x 6
Row 2: p1, [k2, p1] x 6
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you reach llama

Bind off, sew ends together. Hope that works!

I also have an excel sheet that I can send to people who are more visually inclined. Or if there's a lot of interest I can try and post it. Somehow.

This is a great headband! I'm so excited to start it!

i'm a bit confused as to when it says something like  - p1, [k2, p1] x 6  and there aren't going to be enough stitches to do that with?  Huh can someone please explain that to me? (srry but i'm just a beginning knitter...)
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