September 13, 2015:
How did I do?
Remember my previous post about how I had just learned the tunisian Purl stitch and how I was making the Tunisian Ribbed Hat at Yarnspirations.com yesterday?
Well, I finished the hat today! I love that Purl stitch. It takes a little more effort to do the purls, but it is worth it!
I made this with Red Heart Super Saver in the color, Medium Sage and I used a 6.0 mm hook (J or US #10).
And since I used the RH Super Saver yarn, I made my base chain 62 and this is fine for an adult-sized hat.
This is the free pattern from http://yarnspirations.com Search for Tunisian Ribbed Hat.
September 12, 2015:
This is my attempt at the Tunisian Rib Hat pattern. I saw the tunisian Purl stitch demonstrated by Mikey on youtube, in the video for this pattern and I liked it. The stitch takes a little longer to do, but the result is worth it!
So, I went to Yarnspirations.com and downloaded the free pattern and I love it! I am using the recommended 6.0 mm hook in the pattern, but with Red Heart Super Saver yarn. I want to get some of this new Bernat Super Value Stripes yarn soon.
*** NOTE: Since I’m using the Red Heart yarn, I only chained 62 for my foundation chain and it fits my 23-inch head just fine.
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Yours in Christ,
Lee Ann H
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