Monday, June 13, 2005

A Little Lace

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I liked the way this hat turned out so much that I knit another as soon as I finished the first! This pattern is not complicated and would be good for those who are ready to try lace knitting, but not ready for a big project. The finished hat is really only a little bigger than a swatch you might knit for a shawl or scarf. These two hats are going to The Preemie Project. I hope you will read about this charity project and join me in knitting for such a good cause. You might notice in the picture from my last post that the yellow hat originally did not have a ribbed band. As I was knitting I began to wonder about that and checked the pattern to find out that somehow I completely overlooked the line that said "Work 7(7,5) rows 2x2 rib"! But, I was able to fix the situation by picking up stitches later and knitting the rib. I used a 1x1 rib instead. And since I used a different weight yarn than the pattern called for, I made a few other modifications. Below is my version of Sandra Huffines Lacy Hat. Please note that the pattern is Sandra's and she deserves all the credit.

Modified Lacy Hat (for sm-med preemie)
Yarn: Sport or Sport D.K.
Needles: US #3
CO 54 sts.
Work 1x1 rib for 1 inch (about 5 rows I think)
Row 1: *Sl1, k2, psso, k3*
Row 2: *P4, yo, p1*
Row 3: *K3, sl1, k2, psso*
Row 4: *Pl, yo, p4*
Rpt Rows 1-4 for a total of 6 times
BO and close top.
Sew seam.
Add small pom-pom to top.



3 comments:

  1. Oh those are so darling. I will have to make some out of that pattern. There are just so many patterns to choose from!

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  2. They are so cute...I am copying the pattern! Did you use the bamboo addis for the lace work...that is my real concern. I guess I could buy a pair to try...you can never have too many needles!

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  3. Hello!
    Could I please add your version of Sandra's hat on my website, on the same page as Sandra's pattern? I will give you full credit and copyright for your version.

    Please email me and let me know.
    bevqual @ yahoo.com
    Thanks!
    Bev Qualheim
    http://www.bevscountrycottage.com

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