Chateau Chapeau, a Wine Cork Hat Knitting Pattern from TreasureGoddess Christine! Knit a little and sip a little!
Why just give a plain old bottle of wine as your next gift? Knit up a Chateau Chapeau for the wine lover in your life! Want to be the Toast of the next Wine Tasting Event? Knit yourself a wine cork hat and leave an impression not to be topped!
This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY, not finished item. Easy and quick knitting pattern!
Skills needed are cast on, knit, purl and knit 2 together. Pattern includes photo tutorial on placing wine cork beads in two methods...floppy for a hat where the beads shimmy about playfully or fixed where the beads are knitted in place. Tips for creating your beads are included. If you'd like to purchase wine cork bead packets, they will be available on my etsy shop soon!
68-72 yards (62-66 meters) Bulky handspun yarn. Yarn used in samples are Treasured Thick & Thin and Treasured Bulky Yarn. Both will be available soon on this etsy shop as well. Feel free to use any handspun yarn of approximately 6-6.5 WPI of a lofty wool blend or substitute commercial wool blend yarn that knits up to 3 stitches to the inch.
Needle size: 10.5 US (6.5 metric)
Yarn, wine cork bead packets will all be available soon. A monster dye day and cork slicing day will be scheduled after school is out and the craziness of the last days of the school year are over!
A pdf pattern will be available for download after payment is complete.
This design is copyrighted by Christine Long Derks 2014. :)
I'm available for pattern support via etsy convo's or by email.
Thanks so much for looking and happy crafting!
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Items are photographed as accurately as possible, but there may be some discrepancies between color monitors on computers. I try my best to describe my creations accurately.
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