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Cataleya Hat

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Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Lace

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PATTERN DETAILS

A simple slouchy hat with a lacy chevron pattern. This hat was inspired by one worn by the heroine, Cataleya in the movie Colombiana. Using only half a skein of sock yarn it is ideal for last minute gifts or an instant gratification treat for yourself. The pattern is written with a chart for the lace section. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on, knit, purl, simple lace, cast off - all in the round.. GAUGE 20 sts/ 32 rows = 10cm (4") over lace pattern after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Medium to fit 20"-23" head circumference Large to fit 23"-25" head circumference SUGGESTED YARN 250 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madelinetosh Tosh Sock COLORWAY Composition Book Grey

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3mm (US 2.5), 100cm (40") long circular needles
  • 4mm (US 6), 40cm (16") long circular needles
  • 4mm DPNs OR 4mm 80-100mm long circular needles

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www.curioushandmade.com
I live in London, England and am constantly inspired by the culture and fashion of this amazing city. I have always loved the feel of yarn or fabric in my hands and enjoyed creating things by hand since I was a little girl. I now look forward to teaching my own two little girls to create and follow their inspiration. My designs are often inspired by my latest must-have yarn or small details that I notice around me. For me, the design process is all about the pleasure of knitting and I like to strike a balance of interesting vs. relaxing to knit. The most important thing though, is to create something you’ll love to wear or are proud to give as a gift. I love the idea of helping people to create something beautiful. I am always wondering about new techniques, how to do things better and am intrigued by new ideas – curious by name and curious by nature.