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Aztec beanie/toque

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Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Cables

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PATTERN DETAILS

I started the design for my husband, who had made a special request that I knit him a beanie of my own design. All he knew when he requested the beanie was that he wanted it to have cables or "braids" as he called it. The first go at the pattern had only cables that stood out in the pattern. After frogging the original project, I also went with a different yarn choice, Cascade Yarns Venezia (worsted weight), which is Merino Silk, 70% wool, 30% silk. The texture of the yarn is very nice and it is both warm and airy all at the same time. Thus the final product was set in motion. I added 2 knit stitches to form columns in between the cables to create a "columned" effect, similar to the columns of a Greek building. My husband's view of the finished hat was that it reminded him of the Aztec calendar, which on one had is true; the simple pattern has that sort of look to it. I hope you enjoy it knitting this hat; I look forward to seeing different yarns and colors. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, Knit in the Round, Cast On, Bind Off, Increases, Decreases, Cables cast on, knit, purl, decreases, increases, cast off, knit in the round GAUGE 5-6 sts = 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Gauge is 5-6 inches per stitch across. SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Worsted weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 skein of worsted wight yarn (approx. 150-200 yards)
  • US 7 DPNs, US 7 circular, 1 stitch marker, 1 cable needle

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Rockinknit
Rockinknit
I've always crafted something, relative to the fiber world, that started for me several years ago. It happened by accident, but once I started, I crashed, and never looked back. Since then I've evolved my knitting into designs, spinning, and budding entrepreneurship. These are exciting times for me. "It's Time".