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Halcyon Hat


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BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ability to use double pointed needles able to read a stranded colorwork chart able to knit stranded colorwork in the round GAUGE 26 sts and 26 rds= 4" in Fair Isle Colorwork pattern from the chart worked in the round on larger needles. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 21" around and approximately 9" from cast on edge to the finish SUGGESTED YARN 126 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Halcyon Victorian 2 Ply COLORWAY 103 Natural (MC) 26 yds, 118 Purple (20yards), 115 Wine (15 yds), 200 Olive (15 yds), 300 Chartreuse (26 yds), 127 Light Blue (12 yds), 116 Pink (12 yds)

Supplies Needed

  • 7 colors of sport weight wool
  • I used Halcyon Victorian 2 Ply. Natural for the main color and purple, wine, olive, chartreuse, light blue, & pink for the body of the hat.
  • US size 3 (3.25 mm) 16" (40 cm) circular needle

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Mary Jane Mucklestone loves to knit and especially loves to knit with color. She's the author of two new books featuring colorwork; Fair Isle Style, a contemporary collection of 20 designs from 18 popular designers, and the colorwork stitch dictionary 150 Scandinavian Motifs. Her first book, 200 Fair Isle Motifs, was an instant classic and has been translated into many languages. Mary Jane travels the world to study traditional knitting techniques and to learn more about the history of the craft. She's a popular teacher specializing in lively, fun and informative classes. She feels lucky to be invited to teach all over the world, eager to share knitting knowledge with her students. She aims to give students the courage to try something new! Mary Jane's inventive handknitting designs are featured in many books and magazines as well as on her website,