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  • Seamless
  • Short Rows
  • Textured
  • Worked Flat
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Lifted was our 2018 MKAL pattern, and as of November 2018, the complete and final pattern is now available. A deep split brim provides plenty of warmth around the ears and neck; however, should the bonnet style not be to your liking, the brim can be folded up and worn as a cloche! The brim is worked flat with short rows for shaping, and then the body is worked bottom up and in the round. 4 sizes are included and it’s ideal for worsted weight yarns. Yarn: 116 (167, 208, 260) yd/106 153, 190, 237 m 40yd/36m for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in Garter St. Worsted or Aran weight, plied yarn Needles & Notions: Set 4mm/UK8/US6 DPNs/Circular or size needed to obtain gauge Single 3.5mm needle Single 5mm needle 4mm crochet hook Stitch marker as necessary Tapestry needle Sample details: Shown in Third Vault Yarns Gytha Worsted (208yd/190m per 100g; 100% Superwash Falklands Merino) Shown in size 22in/56cm on model with 21.75in/55.25cm circumference head Gauge: 20 sts x 28 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over St.St. 20 sts x 40 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over Garter St. Sizes: To fit sizes: 17 (20, 22, 24) in/43.25 (50.75, 56, 61) cm Finished sizes: 13.25 (15.75, 18, 20.5) in/33.75 (40, 45.75, 51.75) cm Skills required: Knit & purl sts, knitting in the round, increases & decreases, provisional cast-on, short rows, slipped stitch selvedge Pattern contents: Written instructions; illustrated tutorials for Provisional Cast-on, German Short Rows, W&T Short Rows & Slipped Stitch Selvedge

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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.