(Ok, Ok, I hear you...."What's an i-cord??" An i-cord is a knitted (usually) length of yarn that can be used for things like purse straps. Round-ish shoe strings and nylon rope or cording for crafts usually look the same as an i-cord. Generally speaking, you cast on a few stitches on a double point, knit them, slide them to the other end and continue knitting for eons and eons and eons until you have a really long piece of string that's fancier than just using a string. There's also applied i-cord, but we are not going to talk about that.)
I made this
...and you can make one too! Using worsted weight yarn (I used Caron Simply Soft that I have leftover from a baby sweater I made years ago) and the pink disk, make 4-5 feet of cording. Then, using the knot instructions found here tie a nautical knot. You will need to back the knot with something to stabilize it. I used a scrap of (purple of all things) felt and hot glue. You'll also notice strings hanging from the ends. Knot and tie those off, then cut 'em.
I made a second head band with two knots. I just made a longer cord and tied the second knot near the first by placing the first knot on the right when I started the second. Wow, that makes a ton of sense. Let's see......I put it on the tail end of the rope with the first loop above it when I made the other knot. That's better. Clear as mud now??
When you make one (HA! One?!?! Yeah Right. I'm betting you'll make four.) I want to see it! Post a pic in the comments. (Is that even possible?)