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Ideal for using up scraps of lace yarn left over from lace-knitting projects, this simple hat is also a great way to try out some new techniques for multi-stranding yarn. Learn how to create multiple strands of yarn from one ball without cutting and winding. Experiment with creating subtly graduated ombre effects. And, as a bonus, to multiply the benefits, the crown features a novel decrease to add to your repertoire (one which creates a pretty braided column, no less). Beanie and slouch options.

Hat is made with laceweight yarn held triple. Note that the yarns I used were all in the region of a 1000m per 100g. Laceweight yarns can be quite variable - with heavier lace coming in at more like 5-600m per 100g. If using heavier lace you can experiment with casting on a smaller size but working the length directions for the size required. Only very small amounts of each colour are required and you can use 3 or more yarns, making this a great stashbuster.


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Elizabeth Felgate
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Total yardages: 0-6 mo: 190m/210yds 6-18 mo:230m/250yds 18 mo- 4 yrs: 285m/315yds 4 yrs- adult S:400m/440yds Adult M:480m/520yds Adult L:525m/575yds
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