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Roman Hills


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Andi's new collection of two-color cable accessories bring your knitting to the next level. With an easy to follow photo tutorial to guide you through the techniques, you'll soon be knitting this quirky hat. Available in five sizes, this funky little hat is great for everyone. The Roman Hills Hat is great for stash diving and using up that partial skein of variegated yarn you've been saving! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knitting in the round Following a chart and pattern words Basic incs and decs Two color cable techniques (full photo tutorial included) I cord cast on (instructions included) GAUGE 30 sts x 38 rnds in stitch pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To fit circumference: 16 (18, 20, 22, 24)" (worn with approx. one inch of negative ease). Crown height approx. 6.25 (7.75, 8.5, 9.5, 10.5)" SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Roman Hills Michaelson

Recommended with this pattern

  • US#3/3.25mm circular needles or dpns
  • Roman Hills Michaelson (1 skein of two colors) approx. half a skein of each, depending on size knitted.
  • Cable needle (optional)

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For Andi Smith, the joy of knitting has always been in the process as much as is in the result. Andi learned to knit in Yorkshire, England, in the early '70s, when yarn choices were all acrylic and knitting the obligatory navy blue school sweater was the pre-eminent project. Nevertheless, the process of creating made her fall in love. Now, she's an author, designer, teacher and tech editor who's smiling as long as she's stitching. Andi teaches both crochet and knitting across the United States at yarn shops and national events such as Stitches. After crocheting and knitting for more than forty years, she's still as eager as ever to learn something new.