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#78 Vine Lace Hat PDF Knitting Pattern

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Knit this stylish hat in an evening. And it takes only about 109 yards of yarn!


The wide ribbed border ensures a nice, comfy fit, while the vine lace and garter stitch bands give it a wonderfully textured look that is both feminine and sporty.

Super quick and pretty easy to make. The simple lace pattern requires only basic lace techniques. It's a great project for instant gratification.

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Finished Knit Measurements: Approx 24" [61 cm] at bottom as shown with loose fitting ribbed band. Optional instructions included for a tighter ribbed band, which is approx 20 ½" [52 cm] at bottom. One size fits most adults.

Skill Level: Intermediate level knitting pattern

Yarn Used: GGH Aspen (50% Merino Wool/50% Acrylic); 1.75 oz [50 g], 62 yds [57 m] per ball: 2 balls Cream #11.

Gauge(s):
Pattern Gauge: 8 stitches = 3" [7.5 cm] and approx. 11 rows = 3" [7.5 cm] in St st on Size 11 [8 mm] needles.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A bulky-weight yarn with a gauge of 10 stitches = 4" on US size 10 3/4 to 11 needles.


Total Yardage Required:
Approximately 109 yds [100 m].

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Knitting Needles Used: 1 pair needles in Size 11 [8 mm] OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

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  1. well written pattern

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Sep 2012

    Well written pattern,enjoyed knitting it. Thanks Diane