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Lizzie Cap


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I love self-striping yarns like Kureyon, and thought it would be fun to play with stripes of different widths. I paired a very muted colorway (mostly neutrals like dark gray) with a bright one, and let the stripes do the work! This hat has a touch of whimsy for kids and teens but no reason why an adult with some sass couldn't wear it, either! If you've got odds and ends of worsted weight yarn lying around, you can mix different colors with a neutral to create a Frankenhat, too. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Work ribbing Work decreases Switch to dpns or add a second circular needle when circumference gets small GAUGE 18 sts/26 rnds = 4"/10cm over stockinette st SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished brim, UNSTRETCHED, 14(16) inches (will stretch) SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN KFI/Noro Kureyon COLORWAY Knitter's choice; at least 2 different colors for stripes

Recommended with this pattern

  • 300 yds worsted weight (Cat. 4) yarn, preferably self-striping
  • US7 (4.5mm) circular needle, 16-inch cable, or size to get gauge
  • second circular needle or dpns in same size

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Carol J. Sulcoski/Black Bunny Fibers
Carol J. Sulcoski/Black Bunny Fibers
Stay-at-home mom, former lawyer, now a knitting designer and yarn dyer. I handdye wool and silk yarns and roving as Black Bunny Fibers. My designs have been in Vogue Knitting, KnitScene, Knit Simple, St-Denis Magazine, Interweave Knits and other publications; I also have written articles for Vogue Knitting, Yarn Market News & Knit Simple. My latest book is Sock Yarn Studio, published fall 2012 from Lark Books; it’s full of patterns using sock yarn for things other than socks.I also co-wrote Knit So Fine, published June 2008 by Interweave Press, and wrote Knitting Socks in Handpainted Yarn, published December 2008 from Interweave Press.