12.31.2014

Happy New Year!

Liz and I are knitting alone together this new year! I'm up in Alaska visiting, and as usual, Liz has been yarn pushing very well.


As a result, we are mostly knitting the same colors, inspired by the colors of Fairbanks' darkest days. 


For the New Year, we would like to gift to knitters a free .pdf version of the Man Hat pattern. Enjoy!

Love,
Haven

18 comments:

  1. I am finishing my second hat in less than a week. So fun and easy to make. Looks great. But my daughter has claimed the first one even if it is called Man Hat.

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  2. Love this pattern, started my third hat at the dentist yesterday. Thank you Haven, Julie @ My Sister Knits

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  3. Beautiful winter photo! I am an avid crocheter and hat make but my knitting skills are very limited. Something I want to work on so this hat looks perfect for that.. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. What is it about knitting stripes or this little pattern change that makes a project seem to go so much faster? Love this hat--thank you so much for your design and for freely sharing it.

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  5. Thank you very much for this pattern - my husband has requested a hat and this looks perfect. Thank you very much, from a cold wet England

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  6. I love this hat I'm just wondering when you transfer to dpns are you knitting onto the dpns like for round 2 and then starting the decrease rounds or just slipping them on then starting the decrease rounds?

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  7. I don't seem to be getting the complete pattern. I've been looking for something like this. Very much s beginner and this looks like a great pattern for my husband. Please advise how I get the whole pattern?
    Thanks.

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  8. I can't download the PDF to print!

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    1. I can't see how to print it either and I don't see a size

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    2. In the right hand corner of the hat instructions, there is a square with a diagonal arrow pointing to the top right. Click on that and the PDF will open. Then you can print it.

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  9. Thanks for great pattern, I used 100g stash chunky wool in 2 colours and and made one for hubby. I might make myself one in different colours.

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  10. I loved this pattern thank you for sharing! I just knit one for my boyfriend for Christmas and he loves it :)

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  11. I’m making this hat a bit larger with the 8 stitch increase in the pattern. So when I start the decrease, do add to the instructions and start with k8 ssk etc?

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  12. Thank you. I can not wait to make this hat for all the guys in our family this year.

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  13. Thank you for the lovely hat pattern, I'm starting to make them for the homeless in down town Vancouver. I think it will be a fairly fast knit up. Gillian

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