Y’all, I made a beautiful thing! I am so happy with this hat that I can’t stop looking at it and petting it. My first Musselburgh is done, washed and photographed!
Pattern: Musselburgh by Ysolda Teague (rav link)
Yarn: Yak Sock in Hectate color by Moonstone Dyeworks
Needles: US 2s
I know I was working the instructions for the adult large but I do think I added like 10 extra increases to the stich count. That means I should have gone up a needle size. The fabric leans to the firmer side. But it’s a lovely super warm hat. And the subtle tonality of the browns and greys is gorgeous.
This hat isn’t necessarily long enough to cuff up but it fits just fine as a standard beanie. This is a keeper for my woolen drawer. Mother Nature here in Kansas is wildly swinging from negative temps to the high forties. So my need for a warm hat is variable, lol.
That’s super cute!
On Fri, Jan 14, 2022, 6:51 AM My Tangled Yarn Knitting Adventures wrote:
> atangledyarn84 posted: ” Y’all, I made a beautiful thing! I am so happy > with this hat that I can’t stop looking at it and petting it. My first > Musselburgh is done, washed and photographed! Pattern: Musselburgh by > Ysolda Teague (rav link) Yarn: Yak Sock in Hectate color” >
That looks fantastic. You are going to get a lot of wear with this hat.
Love this, both the color and the pattern. This will go with everything.
Love the detail in the colors. Very functional, for sure!
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