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Combine simple woven panels with crochet borders and a knitted lace edging for an elegant baby blanket that is both fun and fast to make!
31” x 37”
Classic Elite Yarns Fresco (60% Wool, 30% Alpaca, 10% Angora. 164 yds/50 g)
3 skeins in color 5388 (MC)
2 skeins in color 5303 (BC-1)
1 skein in color 5301 (BC-2)
10 epi (10 dent heddle on a rigid heddle loom) & 10 ppi
4.75” = 1” in Lace Pattern, blocked
Rigid Heddle or 2-harness loom with a minimum 11” weaving width
needles & hooks
US size 6 (4.0mm) needles
size D (3.25 mm) crochet hook
Tapestry needle, blocking wires, sewing machine or serger (optional)
Baby, (Toddler, Adult)
16 (18, 22)” Circumference
7.5 (8.5, 10)” Deep
Blue Sky Extra
(55% Baby Alpaca, 45% Fine Merino; 218yds/150g)
1 skein each:
3514 – Marsh (Color A)
3521 – Lake Ice (Color B)
3519 – Fedora (Color C)
If you are making all three hats you only need one skein of each color. For just the baby and toddler hats you need 1 skein each of color A & B, for the adult hat only you need 1 skein each of Color B & C.
7.5 epi x 7 ppi
17sts x 26 rows = 4" x 4" in stockinette stitch
rigid heddle loom at least 8 (8, 11)" wide
7.5 or 8-dent heddle
2 stick shuttles
cotton or linen thread for hems
72” x 56 ends for baby & toddler hats (woven on a single warp)
50” x 80 ends for adult hat
width in the heddle
7.5 (7.5, 10.75)”
US 7 (4.5mm) 16” circular needles
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.
tapestry needle , pom pom maker, crochet hook
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Weave up this free scarf project in no time! This is a perfect first or second weaving project, or a fun quick weave for a more experienced weaver.
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Weaving was bound to meet knit and crochet....
With such a range of fiber arts surrounding us every day, a book like Kismet was fate for us here at Hill Country Weavers. So often we see new weavers at a loss as to where to take their new craft, but there is so much beyond the scarf that can be accomplished with even the simplest loom.
We've designed these patterns to help you jump forward in you weaving pursuits - each one is made on a simple rigid heddle loom. Fabric embellishments and connections are done with knitting and crochet techniques and diagrams are included for how to attaching these to your weaving.
On the Serendipity Throw the pattern states that you need 6 balls of Rowan Panama for the Warp. It should say that you need 9 balls of Rowan Panama for the Warp. This is corrected in the e-book version.