First, I want to thank all of you who shopped during my birthday sale this year. You made it a fantastic day and I really appreciate your support! I look forward to seeing your works in progress and finished objects!
Now for a new pattern:
Azurite is a new hat pattern featuring slip-stitch mock cables, a ribbed brim, and a fetching crown.
I used a lovely Merino/bamboo blend, Crabapple Yarns Posh. It's a light fingering and creates a very lightweight fabric that's unusual in hand knits.
The light fabric makes a particularly versatile hat, especially because the brim is long enough to be folded up if you need extra warmth around your ears.
The elegant and delicate mock cables are fun to work and the pattern is intuitive and easy to memorize. The pattern features both charted and written instructions, so you'll enjoy knitting it whichever method you prefer.
The pattern is also written for four different sizes, so you'll be sure to get a perfect fit.
I'm headed off to TNNA San Diego this week, so if you plan to attend, please come by the Stitch Sprouts booth to see this and lots of other samples.
Sizes & Finished Measurements
Sizes: S (M, L, XL); shown in size M
Brim Circumference: 18 (19, 20, 21) in/45.5 (48, 51, 53.5) cm
Intended to be worn with 1-2 in/2.5-5 cm of negative ease
Shown in size 19 in/48 cm with 1.5 in/4 cm of negative ease on model.
240 (250, 265, 280) yd/220 (230, 240, 255) m light fingering weight yarn
Shown in Crabapple Yarns Posh Fingering (65% SW Merino, 35% Rayon of Bamboo; 448 yd/410 m per 100g skein)
Color: Pacifica; 1 skein
Gauge measurement should be taken after blocking.
34 sts/50 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Mirror Cable stitch pattern
34 sts/48 rows = 4 in/10 cm in 2x2 Rib pattern
Needles & Notions
* Needle Sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.
US #2/2.75 mm 16 in/40 cm needle
US #2/2.75 mm needles for small-circumference knitting; use preferred method
working in the round, ribbing, twisted slip stitch pattern using charted or written instructions, decreasing
See it on my website
See it on Ravelry