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Topic: Felted Hat pattern Question  (Read 595 times)
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« on: January 23, 2006 04:35:24 AM »

I felted my first hat and now I am hooked. I knitted a rolled brim hat. I was looking for a pettern without the follwed brim that just folds up. Do you think I can adjust the pattern and just to it starting after the rolled brim? Would it work?  Thanks

« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2006 06:57:47 PM »

If you have a simple pattern, I think that that should work.  You want to be sure that the place that you are jumping into the pattern at has enough stitches so that it fits around your head.  I am planning to make a felted cloche hat, one of these patterns:

Before I start, I am going to make a swatch and felt it, because I am not using the recommended yarn, and I want to make sure the hat will fit.

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