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Palette » Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines
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This hat got its name because of both the literal interpretation (lines crossing other lines) and because of the less literal. It uses techniques typically reserved for lace work, and instead creates a simultaneously warm and squishy, airy and pliable, piece of fabric. With fuzzy yarn, enough to fill the gaps, it’ll hold its own while out and about in below freezing weather. But with a smooth yarn that allows air through the stitch gaps, you’ll find your hat to be a medium warmth hat, suitable for early spring.

This will fit the average teenager to average adult woman with a slightly loose fit. If you want a toque style, it would easily fit an adult male with only an adaptation to the length of the body, which is described within the pattern.

The stitch pattern itself isn’t difficult and is easy enough to memorize. It is perfect for an adventurous and confident beginner, but it should also be interesting and simple enough for intermediate knitters to easily enjoy. Advanced knitters may find this nice as simple TV knitting. The pattern download includes video and photo tutorials.

Crossing Lines (Pattern Download)
SKU: N15989D

Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty: Beginner
Sizes Included: 16" circumference x 9" tall
Yarn Weight: Fingering
Yarn Line: Palette
Yardage: 231
Needle Sizes: US 3/3.25mm and US 5/3.75mm 16" circular needles and DPNs

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