Heading out
Simply Crochet|Issue 115
Take on a chilly breeze with ease in Paula Green’s design
Paula Green

YOU WILL NEED

Novita 7 Veljestä Lapintaika (75% wool, 25% polyamide, 100g/200m) 1 ball of Magic Charm (856)

A 5mm (US H/8) hook I

A 6mm (J/10) hook

Fur pompom, 10cm

For yarn stockists contact Love Crafts 01409 404010 www.lovecrafts.com

TENSION 13 sts and 17 rows to measure 10x10cm over rib using a 5mm hook, or size needed to obtain correct tension

MEASUREMENTS Hat measures approx 54cm (21/4in) in circumference

ABBREVIATIONS For a full list, see page 94

With a woolly hat on you're ready to take on what the season has to offer. So jump in the leaves, pick a pumpkin, watch the fireworks!

NOTES Hat is worked in rounds, with RS facing throughout You can adapt the finished measurements of the Hat by working a longer or shorter foundation chain, making sure it's a multiple of 6 ch.

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