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Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)

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Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)
Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)
Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)
Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)
Amelia Hat Pattern (4-5 WPI)

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting in the round, on double pointed needles
  • Purl
  • Basic decreases

Pattern Description:

This pattern is one, that I designed, for those of you who are art yarn lovers, or spinners, who wonder, just what you can do with a small amount of it!
This sweet hat features gentle ribbing, for fit, and a lovely flower clip.
New yarn list!

The Amelia pattern takes all of the guesswork out of working with your super bulky, art yarn!
Art yarn spinners will give you the Wraps per inch, for their yarns, but if you are in doubt, or have some yarn, you aren't sure about, you can simply knit up a swatch, and match the gauge.

This pattern also comes with a long list of appropriate yarns! I have done the shopping, so that you don't have to! Simply choose one of my handspun yarns, listed, and knit the pattern. Have fun!

This hat is for use under direct adult supervision.

Thank you so much, to Leslie Lane, in Benbrook, TX, for the wonderful photos!!
You can visit her, at:
www.facebook.com/LanePortraits or www.laneportraits.com

Gauge:

Gauge: 7 stitches/almost 11 rows =4", in stockinette stitch, on size 15 needles (If using 5 WPI yarn, gauge will be 8 stitches =4".)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn
  • 3-6 Months

Materials:

  • 25-30 Yards, super bulky, hand spun art yarn, 4-5 WPI (pattern includes a list of yarn suggestions)

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 Set, Size 15, Double Pointed Needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 1 Tapestry Needle
  • 1 Flower Clip (or, make your own, using hot glue gun)
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$4.00

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I have always been inspired, by hand knit items, but it seemed beyond reach, for me...until I took some knitting classes!
From there, it became my relaxation, and creative outlet!
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