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Star Hat in DK "leftovers"

Posted by Lis Barsuglia-Madsen on

Star Hat in DK "leftovers"

Star Hat in "leftover" DK merino Singles or any DK weight yarn. Create this Traditional Scandinavian Star hat in our or yours hand dyed yarns for a more modern version of this timeless motif.

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White Pines Hat

Posted by Lis Barsuglia-Madsen on

White Pines Hat

My White Pines Hat Pattern updated and using our hand dyed SW Merino - Bulky yarn. This hat is among the warmest hat patterns as you have 3 layers of super soft bulky merino by your ears where you need the warmth the most. 

Have fun creating your own in your favorite colors.

 

 

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Norrland Hat

Posted by Lis Barsuglia-Madsen on

Norrland Hat

Norrland Hat in Hand Dyed Fine Merino/Nylon/Cashmere. This hat has everything going for it. Cables & stranded work - plus the yarn is amazingly soft. Make 2, one for yourself and another for a special friend.

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Onion Dome Cable Hat Pattern

Posted by Lis Barsuglia-Madsen on

Onion Dome Cable Hat Pattern

Been meaning to update some of my Cable Hat patterns. Yesterday I posted the Cables - Bulky Pattern, which is a great hat for someone just learning cables. It is in Bulky yarn on large needles and quick to work up. When I was a kid my dad gave me a wooden box from Russia it had colorful Onion Domes burned onto the top of the lid. Years ago I used that as inspiration for a hat in Aran weight. I was looking at the box the other day and thought the pattern would be perfect for Bulky weight yarn....

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Honey Comb Hat in Fingering

Posted by Lis Barsuglia-Madsen on

Honey Comb Hat in Fingering

Love those "left overs". I had lots of leftovers from the Ahmic Lake Pullover sweaters I have been knitting. So what to do with the leftovers..... Here is one hat it is pattern 2200 - Honey Comb Hat in Fingering. It is available FREE with any Fingering yarn purchase or $5 if you happen to have a lot of "left overs" laying around. This hat in the hand dyed Vine only weights 1.5 oz. So you would be able to make multiple hats with 2 skeins. I used US size 1.5 (2.5 mm) & US size 2.5 (3 mm). As...

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