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Dandelion Fiber Company

Musselburgh Hat Class - INTERMEDIATE

Musselburgh Hat Class - INTERMEDIATE

Regular price $40.00 USD
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Musselburgh Hat Madness! 

Intermediate Level   2 sessions - 1.5 hours each

Wed 4/17 & 4/24 6-7:30 

Sun 4/21 & 4/28 10-11:30


The Musselburgh Hat has swept up the knitters of the world with 22.2k projects on Ravelry.  This hat is designed by the brilliant Ysolda Teague and the pattern has all the math done for you with a multi-gauge including 9 gauges, 6 sizes, and using yarn from light fingering to DK.  It is a perfect project for one skein and an addicting pattern!  From our Sandnes garn fingering weight yarn or Farmer’s Daughter Fibers Sport or DK

Come learn the ins and outs of the Musselburgh Hat and get on that trendy train with us.  This class is 2 sessions - one will focus on the cast-on and various versions (brim, no brim, gauge, yarn weight, etc.) the second session will focus on the decrease.  This is a perfect pattern for gifting and tv knitting.  

This is NOT a beginner class.  The cast-on is fussy and detailed.  You must know how to work in the round with either DPN’s or with circular needles.  This pattern may be easier beginning with a DK weight yarn, but if you have experience with knitting with fingering weight, please, you do you!

Materials needed:

*Printed pattern - available here (if you do not have access to a printer we can print it for you at the shop)

*Yarn (DK or fingering)

*Needles: to get the perfect gauge in the pattern you will need to bring in a couple of different sizes depending on the yarn chosen. 16” circulars needles as well as DPNs

*One crochet hook.  

We will be using a crochet hook and DPN’s to create the cast-on for this hat.  Come pick out some beautiful yarn, have it wound and ready to go for the first class. You can make this one color or make it reversible!  This hat is magic!

Skills needed for this class: experience knitting small circumference, knitting in the round with circular needles, some experience working on small DPN’s, increasing and decreasing stitches.

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