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New Pattern Release: Peaks and Valleys Hat

New Pattern Release: Peaks and Valleys Hat

Another Hypnotic Yarn pattern released this week!  Welcome Peaks and Valleys hat to the collection!

The pattern has lace repeats to create a perfect peak and valley design.  Let's look at the deets:

Yarn: 60 grams/140 yards of DK weight yarn and silk mohair.  Two strands of fingering weight held together can be substituted for the DK.  I used Hypnotic Yarn's Technicolor (May's Mystery Yarn Club-right) and Hypnotic Yarn Grape Juice (left).  Both are fingering weight that I held together.  I love how to the unlikely pair blended so well! 

Needles:  US 7/ 4.5 mm with 16"/40cm order for knitting in the round, OR longer cord for Magic Loop OR a set of 5 double pointed needles.  OR size to obtain gauge.  OR...lol...just kidding

Notions: 4 stitch markers: 1 for beginning of round and 3 to mark each lace repeat (optional, but very helpful!)

Time:  It's quick!  I started September 18th and finished on the 22nd and probably knitted on it 2 hours-ish each day.

Size:  Fits average adult heads: 20-22" circumference.
Unblocked finished measurements are approximately 8" at ribbing and 9" tall

Stitches:  You should be familiar with the following stitches:
Knit: K
Knit 2 together: k2tog
Slip,Slip, knit: ssk
Slip, Slip, knit, pass over (sskpo instructions are provided in pattern
Purl: p
Through back loop: tbl (ex. 'k1tbl'-knit 1 through back loop)
Yarn over: yo

Difficulty:  advanced beginner

Pattern Cost: $5

Tester photos: You can view our testers photos here!

 Blocking is highly recommend to make the lace stand out.

I love my new hat!  and more importantly, I love saying "Thanks! I made it!" When other people tell me it's pretty.

 Grab the pattern from Ravelry!

Thanks for reading!  Happy Crafting!

-Bri

 

 

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