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Look fresh and radiant in this dreamy Let It Snow Hat. This charming headwear with lovely cables and pom-poms will be a nice touch to your stylish spring or fall outfit. Create a few to give to loved ones or to charity.
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Let It Snow Hat – A Chic And Dreamy Hat
Designed by the talented Kalurah Hudson, this heavenly headwear is both cozy and stylish. The pattern comes in a single size and when laying flat measures approximately 9 inches wide and 9 inches tall.
When making this hat, you will need the Biggo Yarn, an uber soft and lovely bulky weight yarn that is made of 50% Superwash Merino wool and 50% nylon. It is an excellent choice for making durable and easy-care garments and accessories like this hat that we’re making. Best of all, It’s machine washable!
You will also need a size US10 circular or double-pointed knitting needle. That is a 6 mm needle if you prefer using metric units. A good cable needle like this [cable needle link] is also needed to make the cable details in this lovely hat.
To create the pom-poms, this Pom-pom Maker is very easy to use and will let you create pom-poms of a variety of sizes.
Furthermore, you will be utilizing the k2tog and p2tog knitting decreases when making this project. The k2tog is a basic right slanting decrease that is pretty common throughout knitting patterns.
If you would like to learn how to do the k2tog knitting decrease, we have a fully illustrated tutorial on it that you’ll surely find helpful. Find this tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).
The p2tog on the other hand is the reverse side equivalent of k2tog. It stands for purling two stitches together and is used on the purl side in the stockinette stitch of your project. You can learn how to do the p2tog decrease by checking out our illustrated tutorial here: Purled Right-Slanting Decrease (P2tog).
Download the FREE knitting pattern for this dreamy hat here: Let It Snow Hat Pattern.
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Biggo Yarn