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  • That’s exactly what I did, and Atlas was great. https://www.ravelry.com/projects/Wrighax/granat-hat

  • I am planning to use some of the motifs from Jen Geigley’s Cider Mill sweater in a beanie using leftover Atlas from making the sweater.

  • I recently purchased 2 skeins of Atlas for this very reason…to give it a try before ordering a sweater’s quantity. The “squish factor” is superb…perfect for a Harlow Worsted hat! https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/harlow-worsted

    • Brioche! So good.

    • I got really lucky. I won two skeins of Atlas and the seedling beanie pattern. I made the beanie and a pair of mittens using the yarn. Now I have to decide which sweater pattern in which colors I want. The squish factor is amazing!

  • I knit my husband a Flicker & Flame hat by Andrea Mowry. Atlas was a dream to knit with, so soft and squishy. It really is a swoon-inducing yarn! It plumps beautifully with blocking. I’m smitten! Soft, warm and beautiful!

  • I’m thinking I might use my wrap leftovers for a winter bucket hat.

  • I got 3 skeins with the skill builder set and made it into a brioche scarf which I sold at the Christmas market in town. It was lovely and squishy.

  • There’s also Jen Geigley’s well designed Helm, made in Atlas, a balaclava which covers ears and throat but not the face. I made it as a Christmas gift and liked it very much.

  • I knit a Sophie Shawl for my niece out of Atlas and am now knitting the matching hat — Rikke, a simple garter stitch hat that looks great with the scarf.

  • I just made two Coversationalist hats with Atlas. You can make two different color-blocked hats with two skeins. Perfect!

  • This does not help anyone that lives in South africa would be so nice if patterns were available for our use as well