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Two Flower Hats

Nanatte W. of Sedro-Woolley, WA knit the #115 Romantic Lace Beret for two of her students.

Nanette_W_600 Here are her comments:

"These are two of my fourth-grade students for whom I knitted Romantic Lace Berets pattern.  I adapted the pattern to accommodate their smaller head circumference—don’t they look adorable?

I also teach a knitting club at my school for students. I sincerely hope you like the finished product." -- Nanatte W. of Sedro-Woolley WA.

Thanks, Nanatte!  It's so cool that you teach them knitting too!  I would have loved to learn knitting in a class at that age.  Times have changed.

Nanatte used Knit Picks Shine Worsted in Begonia and the teal color.  She thinks those colors have been discontinued, so Serrano and Macaw are the closest in stock colors.

"I loved using this pattern. The finished product looks exactly like I expected! It was rather easy to adapt the pattern to fit my students' smaller head circumferences. At first, I had a challenge with the flower pattern...I didn't think I was interpreting the pattern correctly. After several attempts, I just buckled down and followed the directions, and voila it worked!! Awesome pattern that yields beautiful results. " -- Nanatte W.

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Very stylish hats! They are perfect for autumn windy weather!

Mary Mowen

Nanatte,

I'm completely perplexed as to why I keep ending up with four extra stitches in Row 7 of the lace pattern. I've been googling like mad for the last 15 or 20 minutes, trying to discover why, and happened upon your post. So the pattern IS do-able, as your lovely photo attests. Can you shed any light on what I must be doing wrong? Feel free to e-mail me at marymowen@verizon.net, if you like. Many thanks,

Mary

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