So it is finally Friday again and that means that the next pattern of our Geometry and Texture Mystery MAL is released.
You can find the listings on Ravelry here:
Every listing will include three patterns at the end of the MAL.
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This time, the released pattern is a hat made in slip stitches and mosaic. It is called “See me in a Crown” because the significant triangles reminded me, in the making of a crown. And it really is a good song too. Simple as that.
I used the new SCHEEPJES Scrumptious yarn for this hat in the colors Cinnamon Peach Cobbler and Cosmic Cake. You do not need more than one ball and you still will have enough yarn to make a pompon to place on top of the hat.
The yarn in combination with the stretchy, massive brim gives the hat a really cozy feeling and it already has become my every day wearing choice.
Buy your yarn at your local Scheepjes Dealers or order your Scheepjes yarn at Wool Warehouse or Jimmy Beans Wool if you do not have a yarn store near by.
The Hat is highly and easy adaptable but in my opinion the given size will fit almost all. It does fit myself and my nine year old daughter. It still is important to check your gauge as the tension of slip stitches in back loop can differ a lot.
The goal with writing this pattern in a way that gives you the opportunity to adjust the hat to your own needs and wishes. You can make the brim higher or smaller, wider or bigger. Even the mosaic part is adaptable in height and width. In that way I the hat should really fit everyone and even can be made in very different styles. Be Creative! I so look forward to see your different versions and color choices.
If you use my patterns and post pictures on social media, it would be nice to link or refer to my blog www.martinupnorth.com and use #martinupnorth . Feedback is more than welcome!
I hope you enjoy the new pattern and do not forget to not take yourself too serious. More to come soon from Up North…
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