And I give you Meshed!
And (like I always do when I publish a new pattern) I give you a code good for one free download!
How to make the download code work:
- click here to find the pattern on ravelry
- click “add to cart”
- in the pop-up window, click on “use coupon code”
enter this code: Mesh-Me and click apply. DO IT BEFORE MIDNIGHT (central time) NOV 24th, 2015. After that the code expires.
That code is now expired but there will be others. Every time I release a new pattern, I have a free download code for my wonderful readers!
Optional steps you can do if you love me:
- click on the add to favorite button in the upper right. That helps my pattern get ranked up
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To make Meshed you’ll need two colors of worsted weight yarn, size 6 & size 8 needles, and a cable needle. In the first hat here I used two colors of cascade 220 worsted. I think the cascade 220 worsted superwash would work just fine too. It may in fact drape and slouch a bit better with superwash.
(By the way when I went over to craftsy.com to get the link for cascade 220 I found that its on sale for 40% off. What a nice surprise! And since I did recently use up some of my cascade 220 stash I may need to order replacements…)
For the second hat I used Cascade Souk as the main color and Cascade 220 black as the contrast color.
Cascade Souk was a great yarn and I miss it. Its been discontinued. (sob) You can still find the random skein for sale on loveknitting.com, jimmybeans.com, etc. But there are other great long-colorway yarns out there. So if you like the effect of the long colorway yarn in this pattern (I admit its my favorite) I recommenced these substitutes:
- Gina by Plymouth
- Chroma Worsted by Knit Picks (that one is also currently on sale but I KNEW it was and it didn’t make me squeal)
- Kaleidoscope by Elegant Yarns
S go get your Meshed, add to your favorites (pretty please) and then let me know how it works up!
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27 Comments on "Meshed – my new knit hat pattern and a download code"
Thank you for your new pattern. You are so generous!
You are very welcome! May this pattern bring you many warn hats.
That is as cute as can be. Thank you for your generosity.
Glad you like it. I had a great time working on my two versions of Meshed. I have to admit that I have been thinking of making a third…
You make such lovely hat patterns! And thank you for the free pattern. I consider myself an advanced beginner knitter, so hope I can decipher everything just fine.
Well then let me say Work Loosely. That’s good advice for all stranded knits and cables tend to tighten up on you if you’re not watchful So ass you work this, stay loose and relaxed and let the cables move the color around. I hope you enjoy!
Great advice! I will be sure to remember that one.
Hi Jenn. Tried to get this with the code but it won’t work. Could it be because I am in the UK?
I don’t think that’s the problem. There used to be an issue with EU countries but ravelry stepped in and handles all the VAT related nonsense now. Plus I’m not hearing from anyone else that it isn’t working.
But worry not! if you msg me in ravelry (I’m knitsbyjenn there) than I’ll have your raverly username. Once I have that I can “gift” you the pattern.
Thank you so much for sharing your creativity and artistry with us. Couldn’t download the pattern fast enough. Now, to check out some of those yarns you recommended.
Great! I’m glad you like it. I have been bitten by the cables and color bug and I think there is another design in me struggling to get out. I plan to get to work on that this week.