In between Seasons Cap

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This hat was made with the same left over yarn from the skein that I made the Reverser Cap . I was very pleased to see that it was possible to make two caps with the same yarn. This is the first time I used Cascade Yarn and I will tell you that I love this yarn. I cut the yarn too short in one area to do the Kitchener's stitch, so I cut another piece and fused them together. I love good Wool!
The cap was a bit longer once it has was blocked. I was able to cable without a cable needle (thanks Krystopher) . Some of the wonderful techniques that you will get to practice or learn here with this pattern are:

LT Left Twist
RT Right Twist
ssk slip (as if to purl) slip (as if to purl), then knit two together
K2 tog knit 2 together
Kitchener Stitch
Picking up stitches
Cables

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Love the cables! Awesome

Love the cables! Awesome work.

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Visit Crafty Andy's Blog

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog Cascade yarn has a bit of a rough feeling before you block it, but after being blocked is very soft!

Nice hat Andy! I never seem

Nice hat Andy! I never seem to knit many hats. I did make one with Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk Aran, it turned out just a bit larger than I prefer so I fulled it...voila! Perfect fit without the stiff felted feeling.

Very nice looking hat

Very nice looking hat Andy!

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