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!
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- 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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