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Capucine

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Pattern: Capucine by Adela Illichmanova
Yarn: Knit Picks Swish Bulky
Needle: US 10 – 6.0 mm
Ravelry Link: Click Here

Figured you guys would want to see something other than gloves this week. :)

This hat took me about 5 hours to do. The pattern calls for them to be knit with size 8 needles, but so many people said it came out too small that I knit mine with 10s instead. I had to add 2 rows of garter stitch and 2 rows of stockinette before the crown decreases to get the proper length, but the rest of the fit is perfect, as you can see!

I had just a smidge of yarn left over after doing the tassels.

Someone said that this hat is bad to wear when it’s windy because it doesn’t stay down over the ears, but mine is tight enough that it seems like it stays down okay. I’ve been taking my hair out of my ponytail to help cover my ears, but the way the back is shaped allows for my pony tail to be there if I want.

Go to Tami’s Amis to see what other people finished this week!

8 Comments

  1. Love it :) Great colour and it looks like a really cute hat

  2. So pretty in that colour! Love the tassels!

  3. Don’t you feel great to accomplish something so quickly? Looks great.

  4. I haven’t seen that pattern before. What a cute and creative hat! Looks like you did a good job with the modifications too!

  5. That looks super cozy and looks like it fits you perfectly. Love the colour too.

  6. Someday, I will make myself one of these. Until then, I’ll drool over yours—great colour, and the rib and tassels look just delicious. I’m glad it fits well and doesn’t seem like it’ll be a bad windy-day choice. :)

  7. Lovely colour you chose!

  8. The hat looks great! I love tugger colour and it looks like a really good fit. :)

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