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Here comes the sun

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Intermediate

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  • Lace

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PATTERN DETAILS

This project takes the entire skein and I am not kidding! You absolutely have to make gauge, or risk needing a second skein. I wanted to add: If you have dreadlocks, or other ways that will make your hair "thicker", you may want to cast on more stitches for this hat, or use a stretchier yarn. This hat is knitted in bamboo and will not stretch overly much. Just keep that in mind. The pattern repeat is over 24 stitches, this should help. ;) Fun, lacy, springtime hat. Is the weather getting warmer? Are you living in a warm climate to begin with? You do not have to live without hats. Try this cute bamboo hat. Super airy and fun to wear. The bamboo has wonderful drape, is a renewable resource, and would make a great hat for your vegan friends, or for your vegan self (or try cotton/hemp, could be replaced with silk, if you're not vegan.) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic lace knitting skills GAUGE 6 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch in stockinette stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits average woman's head SUGGESTED YARN 110 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Be sweet bamboo

Recommended with this pattern

  • Needles size US 5 (3,75mm)

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Slipknot Designs
Slipknot Designs
My username is goddessofwhimsy on Raverly and my website is ramblingdesign.wordpress.com I am a freelance designer for many years now. I have designed for Plymouth yarns, Koigu, The Alpaca yarn company, Darn Good Yarn and many more. My designs have been published in Vogue knitting. At the moment I am looking for a company to take me on as their in house designer. I would love to be part of a team. I still do freelance designing and even custom knitting through my newly established designing firm Slipknot designs. I no longer sell the rights to any of my designs. I have been taught to knit when I was 5 or six, by my Grandmother in Bavaria, where I was born and raised. I have knitted and crochet on and off throughout the years. At 24 I came to the States, met the most wonderful of all husbands and needed something to do when the kids would take naps and my husband was at work. I also lived right across the street from a shop that sold yarn and needles and other crafty things. One afternoon I went and got myself some cotton and a crochet hook and the rest is history! I want to give a thanks to my husband at this point, who has put up with my antics over the years and has been encouraging me and believing in me always! Thank you baby! I love you! And to my children: I think you are the most amazing little monkeys around and I would not want to be without any of you ever again!