Handspun Hat

Hello readers! Some of you may remember this skein of merino/tencel yarn I blogged about almost exactly 1 year ago:

I’ve finally knit this into a warm hat for myself. [It’s terribly embarrassing that I’ve taken so long!] I improvised the pattern using a wave lattice edge. I wanted something subtle that wouldn’t be lost among the variations in yarn thickness.

Admittedly not the best photo of me wearing it, but I absolutely love how it turned out. It’s warm, cozy, and snug on my head (just how I like my hats). The project is Raveled here and includes more instructions.

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4 Responses to “Handspun Hat”


  1. 3 Lidia 2010 November 4 at 1:47 pm

    Great!A very soft cap and a nice pattern! Have a good day :-)


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