Simple Fair Isle Hat

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DanielAFairIsleHat (29a)

Easy to make, with plenty of ways to start or finish it. Using knits and purls for ribbing you have options. You can play around with the size by using different yarns and needle sizes. You will have “floats” (carried yarn) across the back of the work. Floats need to be relaxed, otherwise your hat will be too tight. The hat shown is 8 inches tall and 22 inches wide unblocked.

Yarn suggested: Kauni Wool 8/2 Effektgarn Sport 5 Ply (12 wpi), 25 - 30 grams of each color for adult size, 15 grams each for infant. If substituting the yarn, go with wraps per inch (12wpi), make a swatch.

This is my latest pattern and is my first Fair Isle Pattern. It is a quick knit and you can find it on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/daniel-a-fair-isle-hat or on my website www.craftyandy.net . Hope you guys like the pictures. Thanks for stopping by!
DanielAFairIsleHat (17)

Comments

Darrel's picture

What a sweet, sweet photo and

What a sweet, sweet photo and great little hats!

JE-DC's picture

Great pattern. I hear

Great pattern. I hear leftover yarn calling.

Crafty Andy's picture

It is a fantastic project for

It is a fantastic project for left over yarn.

Asplund's picture

Great hat and wonderful

Great hat and wonderful photo!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Great looking hat, Andy. The

Great looking hat, Andy. The top whorl spindle is also very nice looking.

Crafty Andy's picture

Thank You

Thank You

theknittingdude's picture

Looks great! you do awesome

Looks great! you do awesome work.