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Utilising the tube property of i-cord I thought I would cover a hair band with it. I used hair bands made of metal, you could use plastic but metal is more durable.
On two dpns size 2.25 mm (size 13 UK, size 1 US) and Double Knitting yarn cast on four stitches, leaving a 15 cm (6") length of yarn at the beggining.
Knit a length of i-cord long enough to cover the hair band.
Once the required length is achieved, slip the i-cord tube over the length of the hair band, keeping the four stitches on the needle.
Cut the yarn, leaving a tail of about 15 cm (6'').
Thread a large needle with the cut length of yarn, thread it through the four stitches pulling them closed.
To secure both ends and to prevent the ends poking through the knitting, wrap the yarn tightly around the ends a few times then securely fastened off.
You could leave the band plain or decorate it with lots of crochet flowers or flowers made from a flower loom
If you want to, try Flowers from i-cord/French knitting they are very simple to make.