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Tashi was created to celebrate a new brazilian brand of hand dyed yarns: TricoTrico Fios. I sincerely hope that you can see little bows formed by the cables on the rib and the sun flower on the top of the head formed by the decreasing work, as I see! Lace, flowers and bows dressing people's heads... Tashi is worked circular and from the bottom-up. The rib with cables stitch creates a snug fit and negative ease. If you like the beanie more slouchy, repeat chart rounds 27 to 46 three or four times. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, increase, decrease twisted stitches simple cable GAUGE 20 sts and 16 rows = 2.25" X 1.75" on the Rib st pattern worked circular (2 repetitions of chart rounds 1 to 16) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Children & Adult Small: 19" / 20" head circumference Adult Medium: 21" / 22" head circumference Adult Large: 23" head circumference SUGGESTED YARN 230 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN TricTric Fingering yarn (hand painted 100% merino wool single ply - 100gr = 440 yds) COLORWAY color 03 Ch Verde (Green Tea)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 194 (212, 229) yds of fingering yarn
  • US2 / 3mm (or size to obtain gauge) 16" circular needles or longer for magic loop method
  • One set of US2 / 3mm DPNs (or size to obtain gauge)

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Paula Pereira I’ve started to knit in 2007 and it was a life changer! Since I have learned how to knit & purl, I have never stopped. I recently participated in the project Around the World in 80 Skeins!BRAZIL/cmbz/57326AF2-718B-4935-A5F5-AF0C60D276BC, which features the work of artisans from around the world. It was a wonderful experience! Thank you, Kimberly Golynskiy (80skeins). In this post, you can learn more about my work. It will be a pleasure to receive your visit.