FO: Plicate

The holidays are awesome for so many reasons… The time off for knitting doesn’t hurt!

I finished this hat in a few sessions over the course of 3 days… Not counting my first attempt and subsequent frogging! I started the hat at the wrong gauge, but figured it’d stretch to accomodate. I didn’t like the outcome, so I started over, which is so rare for me! Nonetheless, I think it turned out alright:

The fit is excellent, but I think, if I were to do it again, I’d leave out perhaps an inch of slouching.

The hat is bunched up via a few hidden strings in the back. You bunch it up, tie off the bunches, and weave in the ends to create the shape. I just have mine tied in bows and tucked under the hat for now. I’m not sure if I like the amount of bunching- I may do more!

The yarn, Old Maiden Aunt’s alpaca/silk blend, is gorgeous and utterly buttery. Utterly. Butterly. I love it. And great stitch definition for something with a bit of a halo:

Super happy with how it turned out! I’d love to do this pattern again in a gray or blue.
– YX

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