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I AmSquaredHat. Infant Earflap Hat. Jens Sweetie Pie Hat. Joy Of Cables Hat. Kable Kid. Karma Hat. Kaya Cabled Bi-Color Hat. Kids Braided Ear Flap Hat. Klein Bottle Hat. La Parisenne Beret. Use a variegated yarn for easy self-striping, and then repeat the beautiful lace design as many or as few! You can even experiment with different yarn weights to change up the size. Work this beautiful Shetland lace edging, then breeze through the garter stitch body to finish.
Knit this one up in your favorite colors and use it to help transition from season to season — including the apple-picking season from summer into fall! Seasoned knitters will love it too, of course! Work it as a curved shawlette or as a triangular-shaped shawl. The simple garter stitch makes this a great shawl to work on while you watch TV or chat with friends. Choose a variegated yarn with long stripes to make the colorwork easier than ever. Four charts are included, resulting in possible different results depending on how you arrange them.
The color changes offer a great opportunity to use up that scrap fingering-weight yarn from your stash. Hate purling? No problem! This shawl only involves the knit stitch, plus some basic shaping.
The instructions are both written and charted, so you can use the method you prefer for following the pattern. This is an example of how a variegated or tonal yarn and a pattern can work together.