I finished a new knit last week all in the name of good, old-fashioned swapping. This squishy goodness was knit for my knitting-group friend Joanna. She is the knitting group's resident needle crafter, hand-stitching designs on paper to create some really awesome greeting and holiday cards. So of course when she asked if anyone in the group would be willing to exchange some hand knits for cards, I jumped at the chance. Literally. I shouted, "ME!" Her request was a nice slouchy hat to go with…
Gingermelon Dolls: Free Pattern – Little Lark Lavender Sachet
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Flapper Cloche Hat pattern by Ohmay Designs
This hat is made in two parts. I would say this would be challenging for a beginner or for an intermediate knitter. You should know how to pick-up stitches, knit in the round with circular and/or DNP and may need some minor re-calculations if you need a size out of the “average”.