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Destrehan, LA (near New Orleans)

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Scalloped Juliet Cap

from HeartStrings Knitting Patterns
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Scalloped Juliet Cap
Scalloped Juliet Cap
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Scalloped Juliet Cap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round
  • knit, purl, yarn over

Pattern Description:

Treat yourself, or someone you love, to a little bit of extravagance. Soft scallops frame the face in this stylish Scalloped Juliet Cap knitted in a modified feather and fan lace stitch.

Choose a variegated yarn for zestful color interplay that is enhanced by the wavy pattern. A nice alternative is to use a solid color yarn to emphasize the lace.

Written stitch instructions.

Scalloped Juliet Cap is part of THE COMFORT COLLECTION. The Collection includes chemo caps and hats, socks and afghans to provide stylish comfort to those suffering cancer, as well as be fashionable for anyone.

The Comfort Collection design collaboration of Jackie E-S and Laura Andersson began when cancer struck members in both their families and the ensuing deeply felt personal losses - Jackie lost beloved husband Johnny, and Laura lost her dear father. We hope your knitting of these designs brings you and your loved ones comfort and peace in life's simple pleasures.


3.5 stitches/inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Adult medium - finished circumference 21" to fit head approximately 22"
  • Adjust size or snugness of fit by adjusting gauge/needles used.


  • 85 yards of bulky or heavy worsted weight yarn
  • Laura used size US 7 /4.5 mm needles for the variegated Cotton Chenille, and size US 10 / 6 mm for the bulky weight wool (solid blue).

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