Finally getting around to blogging about Wood Lily. I actually have quite a bit of blogging to catch up with! My Ravelry page is much more updated than my blog, since I have to put a little more effort into blogging, and life’s been getting in the way. But I promise to have WIP Wednesday tomorrow.
Anyway, onto Wood Lily. Frankly, I’m surprised it’s not more popular, but oh well. I plan to use the idea of laceweight hats a lot more in the future. Quite useful, especially since I tend to have a lot of leftovers… =]
Wondering what to do with all that leftover lace yarn? Featuring a lacy flower in the center, Wood Lily was specifically designed to use up leftovers from a lace shawl. The sample used less than 180 yds.
I designed the hat after wondering what to do with the leftovers of Hanataba. I still have some leftover still, and I’m thinking about a matching cowl. There’s not enough for another hat, unfortunately. Actually, I’m not sure if there’s enough for a cowl, either, but I’ll find out when I get there.
This pattern is fully charted and written out. It is written in U.S. terms.
Only the brim is worked double stranded.
-Knit Picks Shadow Tonal Lace (440yd [402m]/50g) – 1 skein (Sample used 180yd [161m])
-Size H hook (5.0mm) – Adjust hook size to match gauge
-Plate (For blocking)
rnd(s) – round(s)
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
dc -double crochet
tr – treble crochet
cl – cluster
spl – split
yo – yarn over
tc – turning chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
rep – repeat
Giveaways for both Hanataba and Wood Lily will be up on Friday, so don’t forget to come back for that!