In addition to the Mother – Daughter Cocoon Cowls Pattern that was published yesterday, I also have a new hat pattern! This is the Lima One Skein Hat. It uses just one skein (120 yards) of Rowan Lima. You can also find the hat kitted up, with the pattern AND yarn on Craftsy for just $14.25, which is 25% off the normal retail of $19.00.
Click any of the photos below (Or click here) to find out more about the kit.
I often find myself with just one skein of something really scrumptious, wondering what to do with it. It’s easy with sock yarn – you knit a pair of socks or a small shawlette. Same with lace yarn – you knit a shawl. BUT what do you do with ONE skein of fantastic worsted yarn?
Sizing / Finished Measurements
- Size: OSFA
- Finished Measurements: 20″ circumference
Supplies - Rowan Lima
- Yarn Included: 1 Skein Rowan Lima Yarn (samples shown in Bolivia and Andes)
- Fiber Content: 84% Baby Alpaca, 8% Merino Wool, 8% Nylon
- Weight/Yardage: 50 g / 120 yds
- Knitting Weight: 4-Worsted
- Care Instructions: Hand wash, lay flat to dry
- Other Supplies Needed:
- US size 5 and US size 7 DPNs
- Darning needle
- Stitch markers
Pattern - Lima Hat
- Designed By: Stefanie Japel
- Difficulty: Beginner
- Basic Skills Needed: Knitting, purling, reading a pattern, knitting in the round
- Gauge: 4 sts = 1″ on US 7 (4.5 mm) needle in Stockinette stitch
- Pattern Delivery: This is a PDF downloadable pattern. Pattern will be available in your Craftsy Pattern Library once you complete your purchase.