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Wickery

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Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Cables
  • Eyelet
  • Seamless
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

This wonderful beret uses bias knitting techniques, combining fine cables and eyelet panels to create this striking effect. The panels gently swirl around the body of the Hat and meet at the crown, where the shaping is hidden in the stitch pattern. Yarn: 140 (163, 188) yd/128 (149, 173) m 30yd/28m for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in St.St. Worsted weight, plied yarn. Materials: Set 4mm/UK8/US6 DPNs/Circular or size needed to obtain gauge Stitch marker as necessary Tapestry needle Cable needle Sample details: Shown in Cascade 220 (220yd/201m per 100g; 100% Peruvian Wool) Shown in size 22in/55.75cm on model with 21.75in/58.5cm circumference head Alternative yarn: Rowan Pure Wool Worsted (219yd/200m per 100g; 100% Wool) Gauge: 20 sts x 26 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over St.St. 24 sts x 30 rows to 4in/10cm on 4mm needles over Cable pattern (blocked open) Sizes: To fit sizes: 18 (20, 22) in/45.5 (51, 55.75) cm Finished size: 16 (17.5, 19.25) in/40.5 (45, 48.75) cm Skills required: Knit & purl sts, knitting in the round, increases & decreases, specialist cast-on, cables, I-cords 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.