Distinct Moral Support by Hunter Hammersen
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Distinct Moral Support

Knitting
November 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
Fits a head of 18.5 [20, 21.75, 23.5] inches.
This pattern is available for $7.45 USD
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So, I don’t normally make the patterns from my books available individually (I’m a sucker for books, and sort of feel like splitting them up into pieces is a tiny bit sad!). But, just for the month of November, I’m making a few of the most popular patterns from several of my books available individually.

At the end of November they’ll go back to only being available as part of the book. But, if you just want to take a peek, now’s the time.

And, also just for November, if you buy the individual pattern and then decide it would be more fun to have the whole book, whatever you spent on the individual pattern will count toward the purchase of the whole ebook. You don’t need a code or anything…just if you’ve bought the individual pattern and then come back and buy the whole book, the cost of the book will be discounted by whatever you spent on the individual pattern.


This is available as both a digital version and a digital + print combo. If you’re looking for the digital + print combo, you can find it right here.

For traveling nothing is better than a costume of serge or other serviceable woollen goods, tailor-made. The hat should be chosen with discretion. A becoming one gives a woman a distinct moral support. It should be small, that the brim may not catch in the wind, and without feathers that fear dampness or flowers that fade in the sunshine.

Etiquette for All Occasions
Mrs. Burton Kingsland, 1901

Words cannot convey how much I adore the idea of a hat so becoming it provides moral support. This hat is so adorable it just might do the trick! The gathers on the side are created by working a short-row panel then using a tab to pull the brim up and crumple the extra fabric into lovely pleats. The result is delightfully asymmetric and totally flattering.