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Misha Stripy Sherbet Hat


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The Misha Stripy Sherbet Hat is a super fun hat for babies, kids, or adults and the pattern provides instructions for 4 sizes: XS (0-2 years), S (2-12 years), M (12 years - regular headed adult), and L (large headed adults). The hat is very stretchy and long so sizes are very versatile. The hat begins with a tunisian knit border, then a stockinette body, a 6-braided i-cord tail, and finally a puff ball. The pattern provides instructions for 2 variations on the braid and 4 for the puff ball. The hats are shown in three different colorways of the listed yarn - Rainbow, Fizz, and Botany. You will need 1 skein (218 yds) for XS, and 2 skeins (436 yds) for S, M, or L. You will need one set of #5 (3.75mm) DPNs and a #5 (3.75mm) 16 in (40cm) circular needle BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Decreases, increases, i-cords GAUGE 24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette in the round SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS XS (0-2 yrs), S (2-12 yrs), M (12 - regular headed adult), L (large headed adult) SUGGESTED YARN 436 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Felici Fingering COLORWAY Shown in Fizz, Botany, and Rainbow

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 5 (3.75mm) 16 in (40cm) circular needles, and one set size 5 (3.75mm) DPNs, tapestry needle, cardboard or cardstock, scissors

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Kimberly found her love of design while knitting plastic bags into shoes and fishing nets for her Master’s thesis (for resource poor areas of the world with lots of errant polyethylene - not just for funsies). She found that working with yarn was sooo much nicer and the possibilities to make beautiful things were endless. Kimberly is now a full-time designer and an aspiring knitting travel writer - it may not be a profession yet, but give her time! Check out - a blog tour talking to fiber artists about their inspirations!