3 New Hat Kits

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This week we released 3 new hat designs to our Winter Collection. Two of these kits, Full Moon and Crescent Moon are knit with our Exclusive Baby Alpaca Moon Yarn while the third includes a cowl for those extra chilly Polar Vortex days. 

Herringbone Hat & Cowl

How about trying this interesting two-color herringbone technique? Every stitch is knit twice giving this set a unique look and a double thickness that will keep you toasty warm through the winter. The kit includes a photo tutorial too!

Herringbone Hat and Cowl

 

Crescent Moon Hat

Soft super bulky weight Alpaca yarn, mini skeins, and slipped stitches make this beanie a unique addition to any winter outfit.

The Crescent Moon Hat is a simple beanie style hat.  It is worked from the bottom up in the round.

Crescent Moon Hat

Full Moon Hat

Soft bulky weight Alpaca yarn and a pompom - what’s not to love

The Full Moon Hat is a simple beanie style hat.  It is worked from the bottom up in the round.  The Full Moon Hat is a simple repeat of stockinette and seed stitch with a fluffy pompom as a cute added touch.  And it has just the right amount of slouch!

Full Moon Hat

Grab one of these kits today before they are all sold out!

 

Happy Knitting,

 

Skeino

 

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