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Prosecco Hat

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  • Stranded

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PATTERN DETAILS

PATTERN #2 IN MALABRIGO'S QUICKIES PROGRAM (http://www.malabrigoyarn.com/quickies.php). Prosecco is the Italian version of champagne, a festive, bubbly drink that I don't just save for special occasions. This hat uses two colorways of a gorgeous hand-dyed yarn to mimic that same playful, subtle effervescence. If you would like the bubble design to stand out more prominently, work the hat entirely in solid or semi-solid colors. The wide size range means you can knit this hat for anyone from small children to adults. Instructions are given both for the slouchy version pictured here, as well as a more traditional beanie shape. The hat requires two colors of Arroyo, but there is enough yardage in these skeins to knit two hats in the two smaller sizes. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round stranded knitting GAUGE 26 sts and 28 rounds = 4"/10cm in colorwork patt on larger needles, after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 161/2" (191/2", 221/4") circumference To fit Toddler (Child/Adult Small, Adult Large). Hat pictured is the 191/2" size.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Malabrigo Arroyo (100% superwash merino), 335yds/305m, 100g: 2 skeins (shown here: 1 skein VAA, 1 skein Arco Iris)
  • US #4 / 3.5mm circular needle, 16" long, or size needed to get gauge
  • also in US #4 / 3.5mm: choose ONE of the following options: [1] dpns; [2] additional circular needle, any length (for two-circulars method); OR [3] additional circular needle, at least 32" long (for magic loop method)

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Dark Matter Knits
Dark Matter Knits
My mom taught me to knit when I was 12, but I really went gaga for crafting in grad school -- so much so that I've changed careers from history professor to full-time knitting designer, teacher, and writer!