I like this pattern very much and have started it for a gift. I am unsure about whether to use the reverse stocking stitch for the entire row, including the Fair Isle pattern. That would mean starting the Fair Isle pattern row 1 with purl stitches. Is that what is intended? OR is the reverse stocking stitch just used for the first four rows and then one starts the rows with the Fair Isle pattern, knitting the first row of the F.I.pattern and purling the borders. Please clarify. Thanks.
Look at the post by Elaine Phillips above for clarification. BTW, when I made this headband, I may have knit too tightly, but it turned out too small for any of the female heads in my family. Do check the gauge and perhaps use larger needle.
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