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Washer Woman Turban Style Hat


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This pattern will enable you to make the most delightful washer-woman/turban style hat, with fabulous knit-look rib. Perfect for a newborn photo prop! When you see how cute it is on baby, you may want one for yourself so size charts and notes are provided to enable you to work sizes from newborn to adult. Keep it plain or trim if desired - A gallery of suggestions can be found on page 2. You will need up to 300 m of DK yarn, a 3.50mm hook, a needle for neatening ends and a stitch marker (optional). This pattern is written in UK terms with a table of the US equivalents provided. Pattern is fully tested. Special thanks goes to Amanda & Isabelle for the beautiful picture. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY UK TERMS half treble double crochet lower back loop GAUGE Gauge: 4sts and 3 rows to 2.5cm (1") htr worked in Lower Back Loop (instructions provided) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Newborn to Adult SUGGESTED YARN 300 meters of DK weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • Up to 300 m double knitting yarn
  • 3.50 mm (E) hook
  • needle for neatening ends

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Thomasina Cummings Designs
Thomasina Cummings Designs
My real name is Thomasina but most people just call me Tammy. I've loved crochet since I was a child, when someone bought me the Ladybird Learn to Crochet book for Christmas. I tried to teach myself, and failed, so many times before it clicked. But, when it did, my parents couldn't have been happier! No longer did I moan about having nothing to do.....a copy of Golden Hands and I was no trouble for days. As I got older, I worked my way through most of the crafts in those magazines, (which I still have today), but crochet and sewing were the only ones to capture my imagination completely. Back in the 80s, pregnant with my eldest daughter, I suddenly had a reason to crochet again - bonnets, booties, matinee jackets and no end of blankets awaited her arrival; it was something I picked up and put down many times over the years that followed. It wasn't until the birth of baby number 5 (last year), that I started writing patterns for the things I made - I guess being teased by my family that I might get old and forget them was the prod I needed ;) The patterns I bring you now are a mixture of both old and new designs - I hope you find something you like. Tammy. Thomasina Cummings Designs PS: You can view my frequently asked questions, terms and conditions here: Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need assistance.