I found out that depending on the yarn you use, the number of mock cable in the pattern may feel a bit small.
add another 3~5 (or more if you wish) repeats of mock cable, before the decrease row, if you feel the hat is a bit shallow for you :)
With the drawstring tied, it's a little hat.
With the drawstring loose, its a neck warmer!
The mock eyelet cable doesn't require a cable needle. Its simple and surprisingly quick!
The beads on the tassel will give a bit of life
to the strings, allowing them to dangle cutely when you move your head!
Pick a nice fluffy yarn like alpaca, angora or mohair
mix to give a super warm look, or a nice slick yarn
in dark colors to make it chic!
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