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Filigree Beanie


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  • Cables
  • Seamless
  • Worked In The Round

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Filigree Beanie is the sister pattern to Filigree Slouch. This pattern was originally published as part of a kit for Jamieson & Smith. Since the rights reverted back I’ve often wanted to reknit and republish the pattern, but never found the right yarn for until I purchased this skein of Third Vault Yarns Gytha Worsted. The pattern has had a thorough make-over and extra sizes added. The pattern is worked from the bottom up and in the round with 5 sizes included Yarn: 60 (76, 102, 122, 150) yd/54 (70, 93, 111, 137) m 30yd/28m for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in St.St. Worsted weight, plied yarn Needles & Notions: Set 4mm/UK8/US6 DPNs/Circular or size needed to obtain gauge Stitch marker as necessary Cable needle as necessary Tapestry needle Sample details: Shown in Third Vault Yarns Gytha Worsted (208yd/190m per 100g; 100% Superwash Falklands Merino) Shown in size 21in/53.25cm on model with 21.5in/54.5cm circumference head Alternative yarns: Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted 225yd/206m per 4oz/114g; 100% Superwash Merino Gauge: 20 sts x 30 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over St.St. 24 sts x 30 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over Twisted Stitch Pattern Sizes: To fit size: 14 (16,18.5, 21, 23) in/35.5 (40.75, 47, 53.25, 58.5) cm Finished size: 12 (14, 16, 18, 20) in/30.5 (35.5, 40.75, 45.75, 50.75) cm Skills required: Knit & purl sts, increases & decreases, travelling stitches Pattern contents: Written & charted instructions; illustrated tutorials for Cable Cast-on & Cabling Without a Needle

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Woolly Wormhead
Woolly Wormhead
Woolly Wormhead is a Hat architect. With a background in industrial, sculptural and fine art Textiles, these influences can be seen in her work; having always been a lover of Hats and a life-long knitter, she enjoys bringing these different aspects together. Constantly fascinated with unusual construction techniques, developing stitch combinations and techniques to achieve a unique, versatile piece, Woolly Wormhead is always encouraging knitters and crocheters to be more adventurous.