It happens to all of us. Suddenly, we are faced with the need for a knitted gift, and we have nothing prepared, and almost no time. The emergency hat was born in just such a time. Sized from baby to adult, this hat offers large impact with little time and effort put in. It is a good choice as a beginner lace project.
The lace pattern is very stretchy, making this a good choice for gift knitting as well, as it is likely to fit anyone. Instructions include both charted and written directions, as well as details on all three versions: single colour, two colour and three colour stripes.
Tip: Being able to read your knitting is useful for this project. The shaping of the lace is staggered on alternate rounds.
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21.5 sts and 25.5 rounds in 10cm/4"
|Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby|
I started knitting to help me sanely get through the cold Alberta winters, and now I just can't stop! I love to knit and design using beautiful hand dyed yarns and prefer to support independant ...
I started knitting to help me sanely get through the cold Alberta winters, and now I just can't stop! I love to knit and design using beautiful hand dyed yarns and prefer to support independant dyers. I share a blog with 3 designer friends at TAATdesigns.wordpress.com, tweet with them as TAATdesigns, and can be reached for pattern support at Trisha.TAATdesigns@gmail.com. I am Girlymom on Ravelry.View all patterns by designer (13) »