Knitting: garter & lace hat

knitting- garter and lace hat

I wrote a blog post about understanding and adapting stitch patterns. You can find it on the Craftsy blog HERE.

In the post, we explore a simple stitch pattern and I discuss how you can adapt it for working in the round. I plugged it into my basic hat pattern and turned it into a beret! The pattern is available (free!) on Craftsy. Check out the post linked above and let me know about your favorite stitch patterns…




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6 comments to Knitting: garter & lace hat

  • Greetings, Lisa! I first visited your blog once upon a time via the button bookmark tutorial and returned here today thanks to your brooch tutorial (again with button, again thanks to a Google search). Not only do I wish to say thank you for sharing but I also wanted to compliment your site’s aesthetic – for what my two cents are worth, I think it really looks great. It has been such a joy to explore goodknits again in the past half hour. I look forward to trying out your garter and lace tutorial this autumn. Thank you again – and I look forward to keeping up more regularly with your posts.

  • It looks fantastic, in my opinion. The previous half an hour has been spent exploring goodknits with much pleasure. In the coming fall, I want to follow your garter and lace pattern instruction. Once again, thank you

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  • It takes a person with skillful hands to be able to knit such a beautiful beanie, each knitting line looks very sharp and is combined with harmonious colors that make it the most outstanding and delicate.

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