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Treescape Hat

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For a day in the sun and cold, is there any place where functional fashion is more important than in a “beat the cold” hat?  Treescape Hat overlays gorgeous lace trees on a silky background.  The inner hat knit in your favorite “beat the cold” fiber, shown in temperature-regulating silk, keeps the noggin cozy while the outer hat brings the delights of life in the woodlands.  Styles include both a slouchy and a beanie!

The tech edited and test knit intermediate level pattern is fully written and charted with 3 how-to videos.

Sizes: 

S (M, L, XL) to fit head circumferences of 19 (20, 21, 22)”/ 48 (51, 53.5, 56)cm with 3”/ 7.5cm of negative ease on the brim and 2”/ 5cm of negative ease on the body of the hat.

Finished Measurements:

Slouchy – 17 (18, 19, 20)”/ 43 (45.5, 48, 51)cm around by 13”/ 33cm tall with long brim style or 11”/ 28cm tall with short brim style

Beanie – 17 (18, 19, 20)”/ 43 (45.5, 48, 51)cm around by 7 (7, 7.5, 8)”/ 18 ( 18, 19, 20)cm tall

Materials:

1 skein Malabrigo Yarn Verano, shown in Alpaca Metal (Slouchy) and Arugula (Beanie) – MC
Single skein info: 100% pima cotton Worsted/ DK; 205yds/ 187m per 100g/ 3.53oz

1 skein Malabrigo Yarn Mora, shown in Aguas on both – AC
Single skein info: hand dyed 100% silk, fingering weight; 225yds/ 205m per 50g/ 1.77oz

US 8/ 5mm circular needles (2)

Yarn needle

4 stitch markers, including 1 unique for start of rnd

Blocked Gauge:

16 sts and 24 rnds over 4”/ 10cm in Stockinette holding MCAC.

Special Notes:

  • Count It: the Treescape Hat bounces between double stranding and single stranding.  When working both colors at once each double stranded MCAC st is counted as 1 st.  All st pairs of 1 AC and 1 MC are counted as 1 st together.  When working “Interior Hat” and “Exterior Hat” all sts are single stranded and each one is counted individually.
  • Customize It: want to invert MCAC with MC and AC? Check out the charted tutorial on page 8.
  • Mark It: slip markers as you come to them.
  • Work It: the double layer technique used in the crown is similar to double knitting, but there are no purls.  Be sure not to cross your yarns.  To work – move the exterior yarn (MC) forward, knit the interior stitch (AC), move the exterior yarn backward and knit the exterior stitch (MC). Repeat.
  • Weave It In: if you add another ball of MC yarn, be sure to weave in your ends before rejoining MC and AC on the same needle.  After rejoining, the space between the layers is no longer accessible.
  • Watch It:
  • Navigate It: slouchy pattern pages 2-5, with crown charts and optional ties on page 5.  Beanie pattern pages 6-7.  Customize It – inverted pattern charts page 8.
  • 1 Kings 5:1-12; Psalm 1:1-3

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