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Paravel Hat


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  • Lace

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Paravel is a sweet little hat worked in fingering weight yarn. Panels of easy broken rib are separated by columns of Totem Pole lace, a traditional stitch pattern. The crown is shaped in graceful quadrants that meet in a tidy little quatrefoil. The pattern includes both a beanie and slouch version. The beanie is a trim little hat and sits nicely like an acorn's cap. The slouchier version has deeper ribbing at the edge and sits at a more relaxed angle. Beanie shown in SweetGeorgia CashLuxe Fine. Slouch shown in Quince & Co Finch. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY working in the round shaping basic lace (yo, ssk, k2tog) GAUGE 28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Adult M, 19 1/2 inches circumference

Supplies Needed

  • Beanie 50g/180 yds SweetGeorgia Yarns CashLuxe Fine 70% merino 20% cashmere 10% nylon, 115 g/400 yds per skein
  • Slouch 60g/260 yds Quince & Co Finch 100% wool, 50 g/221 yds per skein
  • Needles US 2/3.0 mm 16 inch circulars*, and one set dpn's (or your preferred method)

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Tricksy Knitter
Megan Goodacre is a graphic artist and knitting designer. She has been knitting for over thirty years, and is the realist on the Tricksy Knitter team. When she's not knitting, she's designing for CalmSea Media. Megan is inspired by colour theory, modern design, and beautiful yarn. Her knitting designs have been published in Interweave Knit.Wear, Twist Collective, Creative Knitting, and Knit Magazine.