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Two Hats and a Sock

July 20, 2010

Today I have some new patterns to share with you.

Ailish Hat

Ailish is sweet lace hat with an interchangeable ribbon at the brim. The ribbon can be also used as a drawstring to turn your hat into a cute little bag. It may also be jazzed up with a decorative flower or pin at the top of the brim.
Knit in the round, this is a great project for introducing lace techniques. Pattern is suitable for the advanced beginner or intermediate knitter. Charted and written instructions included.
$5.00

Evan Hat

Evan is a cabled beanie-style hat featuring a wide, ribbed cable repeated around the circumference of the hat and then shifted to the right with subsequent repeats resulting in a spiral effect. The cable ribs are then decreased into points to form the crown of the hat. The pattern is bold enough to stand up to most variegated yarns but also looks fabulous in solid colors. A perfect match for the Evan Sock.
Knit in the round from the brim to the crown. Pattern requires advanced beginner to intermediate skills. You need a good understanding of cables and basic hat construction.
$5.00

Evan Sock

Evan is a simple sock adorned with a wide cable running from the toe to the cuff. The pattern is bold enough to stand up to most variegated yarns but also looks fabulous in solid colors.

The sock is knitted from the toe up and features a clever reverse gusset heel that doesn’t require short row wraps or picking up stitches. Pattern is suitable for the advanced beginner to intermediate knitter. Requires knowledge of basic toe up sock construction (including a toe up cast on) and an understanding of cable techniques. This cable requires two cable needles.

$5.00

The Owen, Evan and Ailish patterns will be available as an ebook collection in September 2010.

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