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Aug 21, 2017 08:51:02   #
pennyboaden
 
Forgive my ignorance. What is an 1898 hat? How does one decipher the spreadsheet? What are the columns? What are the rows? What is a provisional stitch? What does graft center seam mean? Maybe I should just buy a pattern (or go away quietly).
 
Aug 21, 2017 11:33:57   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
pennyboaden wrote:
Forgive my ignorance. What is an 1898 hat? How does one decipher the spreadsheet? What are the columns? What are the rows? What is a provisional stitch? What does graft center seam mean? Maybe I should just buy a pattern (or go away quietly).
These are some I've made: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/JessicaJean?set=1898-hat&view=thumbnail

A provisional cast on is one which is later removed in order to graft/Kitchener stitch the live stitches seamlessly. I don't favour it for this project, because it's handy for the wearer to have a visual or textural indication of which is the back of the hat. It's a free pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/1898-hat
http://cas.seamenschurch.org/sites/default/files/sci-1898-hat-kristine-byrnes-web-w-schematic.pdf
It's a uniquely designed hat that is really great for such things as shovelling snow in or after a blizzard in deep-freeze temperatures.
Aug 21, 2017 11:55:32   #
pennyboaden
 
Thank you Jessica-Jean.
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