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Amazing Felicity Hats

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Mod, Cute, Funky
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What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Felicity

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What materials did you use? Lion Brand Amazing Yarn, 1 skein per hat, colors here are Regatta and Mauna Loa. 16 inch size 5 circular needles 16 inch size 7 circular needles set of size 7 double pointed needles

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is a fairly simple pattern to follow. Since I was knitting them for charity, exact size was not an issue. Every hat will find a home and fit someone. I had read that others found the hat ran a little small, so I cast on 80 stitches, although the pattern includes casting on 70 stitches.

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I would like to make this for knitting

02/04/2015 Flag

I would love to see photos when you are finished!

02/06/2015 Flag

Very nice!

02/13/2015 Flag

Thank you!

03/06/2015 Flag

Do you have knitting patterns for sweaters in toddlers size. Very nice site.

05/20/2015 Flag

I am not a pattern designer. So no I do not have sweater patterns personally. For 1000's of patterns I suggest you go to www.ravelry.com! It is free to join and has many, many links to free patterns.

05/20/2015 Flag

I like to make hats, but I can not find one that I can make that uses only 2 knitting needles. Can any one help me. Linda Z

06/27/2015 Flag

Have you every tried circulars or double pointed needles? It really is fairly easy to master. There are some hat patterns that use straights (2 needles) and then are sewn up. Check out ravelry.com. 1000's of patterns, free to join and many, many free patterns are linked there.

06/28/2015 Flag

I did a quick search on www.Ravelry.com for free patterns for seamed hats,(meaning knit with 2 needles and sewn) and there are 35 pages worth of patterns, so well worth the look to see what you like. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#availability=free&view=captioned_thumbs&sort=recently-popular&pa=seamed&pc=hat&craft=knitting

06/28/2015 Flag