This lovely brimmed lace Hat was originally published in the Knit On The Net magazine,. It has since been thoroughly revised, with fresh charts and new tech editing.
Skills required: Knit & purl sts, short rows (w&t), provisional cast-on, kitchener stitch, lace
Gauge: 20 sts x 38 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over St.St.
Note: Fit is determined by row gauge – if your gauge differs, simply work more or fewer panels to achieve the desired size.
- Illustrated knitting pattern
- Metric and imperial measurements
- Sizes to fit 18 (21, 23) in/45.75 (53.25, 58.5) cm (Finished size 15.5 (18, 20.5) in/39.5 (45.75, 52) cm)
- Written & charted instructions; illustrated tutorials for Provisional Cast-on & Kitchener Stitch
Materials you need at home:
- 122 (148, 175) yd/112 (135, 160) m worsted weight, plied yarn (Sample shown in Cascade 220 (220yd/201m per 100g; 100% Peruvian Wool))
- 31yd/29m yarn for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in St.St.
- Pair 4mm/UK8/US6 straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge
- 4mm crochet hook
- Approx. 3yd/3m waste yarn
- Tapestry needle
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