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Getting Wild, Again

This lace pattern might look a little familiar...

See Wild Sage Hat on Ravelry

Wild Sage Hat was designed to complement Wild Sage Mitts and Wild Sage Socks. I used the same yarn and the same super-simple lace pattern but wanted to add a little twist in the form of a contrasting color. The garter-stitch brim mimics the garter-stitch edging in the mitts but the accents of garter stitch are new. And to finish it off, there’s a fluffy pom pom in the contrast color on top.

This hat has been my go-to hat all winter. It’s so cushy and cozy and rustic and warm… And Tukuwool Sock comes in a variety of great colors to choose from. In the sample I used the same dusty pink as in the mitts, accented with a lovely neutral gray.

The hat is available in two sizes: Small (55 cm / 21¾”) and Large (60 cm / 23¾”). A photo tutorial for making a fluffy pom pom that finishes the look is included in the pattern.

The three accessory set is also available as an e-book, Wild Sage Trio. If you buy the e-book, you can get all three patterns for €2.80 less than buying them separately.

Wild Sage Trio

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Susanna Winter is a knitwear designer, creating timeless and elegant pieces with clean lines. She has been knitting for over 20 years, knit blogging since 2007, and designing knitting patterns professionally since 2016.

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