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The Small Print: This sweet sale runs from Thursday February 26 to Midnight Sunday March 8th, 2015. Print books are not included. There are a few patterns that are not included: Raindrops – Adult, Chrysanthemum, Wenlock, Crossed Cardigan, Winterberry, Sword Fern, and Pont Neuf these designs are published by other companies, and we just don’t have the right to give them away.
Hipster Hat - by Alexa Ludeman
Vancouver is full of hipsters; you know, tall guys in skinny jeans who have no bums, and ladies in with carefully mussed up hair, oversized glasses, and curious ill-fitting wool jackets that look like they’re from Salvation Army but are really from Banana Republic. And don’t overlook the odd mash-up of different prints, and carefully the coordinated yet clashing colours.
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Get the deal! Hipster is part of the book Pacific Knits: 18 Irresistible patterns inspired by the Pacific Northwest ::: $17 for the ebook or $23 for the printed book and ebook
This pattern can be knit Aran or DK weight yarn, sized from protohipster baby to ‘I wish I was still a hipster’ Dad.
To Fit: Baby (Child, Small Adult, Medium Adult, Large Adult)
Head circumference: 16” (18”, 20”, 21”, 22”)
Yarn: Aran weight version: 60 (70,80,100,110) yds
DK weight version: 80 (95,110,120,130) yds
(we used Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed Aran in
‘golden’ and Rowan Tweed)
Aran version: US #5 / 3.75 mm and US #7 / 4.5 mm
DK version: US #3 / 3.25mm and US #5 / 3.75mm
(or as required to meet gauge); double pointed and/or
circular needles, as desired
Aran version: 18 sts / 4” on larger needle
DK version: 22 sts / 4” on larger needles
(gauge in stockinette stitch)
Notions: stitch marker, darning needle
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