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Skills Needed

  • Intarsia
  • Short Rows
  • Stranded
  • Worked Flat

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Scourie is sideways knit, with short row colourwork. With this design I wanted try something different with this technique to show that short row colourwork isn’t just intarsia - it can be stranded, too. The instructions are provided as a panel map - a method I first put to use with the Elemental Hats that has proved to be pretty popular. It’s a directional map, so the symbols show you which direction you’re knitting and how many stitches are worked in any given row, to make it easier to keep track of the short rows. Scourie is provided in 3 sizes, with notes included for further adjustments. Yarn: Yarn A: 197 (222, 246) yd/181 (203, 226) m Yarn B: 42 (47, 52) yd/39 (43, 48) m 50yd/46m for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in Garter St Sport weight, plied yarn Needles & Notions: Pair 3mm/UK11/US2½ straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge 3mm crochet hook Approx. 3yd/3m waste yarn Tapestry needle Sample details: Shown in Ripples Crafts Merino Sport Weight in shades The Dark Sea Storm (Yarn A) & Burnished Gold (Yarn B) (286yd/262m per 100g; 100% Merino) Shown in size 21in/53.25cm on model with 21.75in/55.25cm circumference head Gauge: 24 sts x 48 rows to 4in/10cm on 3mm needles over Garter St. Sizes: To fit size: 19 (21, 23) in/48.25 (53.25, 58.5) cm Finished size: 16 (18, 20) in/40.75 (45.75, 50.75) cm Skills required: Knit & purl sts, short rows, provisional cast-on, grafting, chart reading Pattern contents: Charted instructions; illustrated tutorials for Provisional Cast-on, German Short Rows & Kitchener Stitch (Garter St.)

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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.