Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Micalet beanie is now available!

If you follow me on any other form of social media, then you know by now that my newest (and first) pattern, Micalet, is now available on ravelry. Now I can officially divulge all the details!

Micalet is a slightly slouchy beanie that has integrated cables and eyelets designed for fall weather. It is warm, yet breathable to ease the transition into cooler weather. The hat is made with Toil and Trouble Cadence, a worsted weight yarn that is 100% Merino wool, plied, machine washable, AND beautifully hand-dyed by Ana Campos (who also took these amazing pictures). The colorway used in the pictures is her newest color Slate.

As promised, I'm offering a 20% discount on the pattern for all of my blog readers! Just use coupon code "blog20" at check out on ravelry or click here to go directly to check out from now until September 13, 2015!

P. S. I' like to pose this question to all of you --- what are you supposed to do with your hands in pictures?! Besides knitting of course lol.

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