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Lucy Neatby

2002 

121 Scrunchie Hat

"This is a quick and easy project for almost any yarn giving a St st gauge between 4 - 8 sts per inch," promises Neatby. "It's ideal for using up small amounts of precious yarns. A soft wool yarn will be the most warm, comfortable, and elastic. The hat fits a wide range of head sizes and can be customized in many ways or knit as a headband by omitting the crown of the hat." To prove her point, two tables are included to give you a starting number of cast on stitches whatever your gauge, as well as telling you how many stitches should be in each wedge at the crown. Another wonderful Neatby pattern, rich and generous in tips and 'Notes and Variations'.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • no sewing
  • fall/winter
  • circular, no sewing
  • 3 teen/adult sizes, finished 21" - 23"
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • easy
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