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Adventure Du Jour Designs Backstage Boss PDF

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  • Author: Marcy Vandale & Debbi Stone

Bold stripes of color and a classic design characterizes the Backstage Boss hat from Adventure Du Jour Designs. This versatile cap is knit in Valley Yarns Wachusett, a heavenly soft blend of Merino wool and cashmere and in worsted weight. 

This pattern is available as a PDF download.

Finished Measurements: 20 (22)” circumference
Yarn Requirements: Valley Yarns Wachusett (70% Merino Wool/ 30% Cashmere; 50g/163yds) 1 (2) skeins of MC and 1 skein of CC
Needles: US 6 (4mm) 16” circular and a set of DPNs
Gauge: 20 sts and 32 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch

This pattern is also available in Adventure Du Jour Designs' Knits in THE City II eBook.

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Comments about ADVENTURE DU JOUR DESIGNS Backstage Boss PDF:

I bought the recommended 3 ballls for $60 for a pretty simple hat. It turned out nicely, and the brim construction in particular is well conceived, but if you follow the pattern as written, you will end up with more than half a ball of the CC and a whole ball minus abut 2 yards of the MC. Pretty expensive yarn to be this fast and loose with. I modified it so that I would have to break open the second ball of MC. I also color coded the striped part of the pattern and posted a pic of my modification to help others (just a partial pic of the striping part). I got a note on ravely from the designers asking me to take down my picture, lest others on ravelry "steal" the pattern. Everything about this goes against the generous helping spirit of the community of knitters on ravelry that I love. I don't think I'll buy from this designer again.

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