In this class, we will make a mini version of my latest pattern, the #everydaylinedhat. On the surface, this appears to be a very simple and straightforward beanie. However, the pattern was written to be skill-building, and it includes some surprise elements. In class, you will learn how to: -knit a hat from the crown to the ribbing -work magic loop -work a sewn tubular bind off - an intermediate skill! The skills learned in this class will prepare you to knit a top-down raglan sweater. If you can knit this hat, you will be able to knit any of my raglan sweater patterns. The #everydaylinedhat is both a knitting and sewing pattern. It includes the sewing pattern pieces and the instructions to make a hat lining. We will only cover the knitting portion in class.
Technique Requirements: knit/purl cast on/bind off increase/decrease have knit a few accessories
You will need to purchase the pattern in advance in order to participate in class. Find the pattern either on Ravelry or bayronhandmade.com.
1 DK to worsted weight skein of yarn. Okay to use scraps, as we will only be making a mini-hat. US 5 / 3.75 mm as the main needle on 32” / 81 cm cable. US 4 / 3.5 mm on 32” / 81 cm cable for ribbing. 4 st markers, yarn snips, tapestry needle, a pen, and a copy of the pattern.