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Tolt Hat


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  • Ribbing|Stranded

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Crisp fall hikes and cool evenings around the campfire call for a cozy set like this. Tolt is an outdoorsy pair of fingerless mitts and a toasty hat that look great on both men and women, worked in stockinette with ribbed cuffs for a snug fit. It's a perfect pattern for those new to color work, too. The stranded color work pattern takes inspiration from the wending currents of the Tolt River, which was the site of an important salmon run that helped sustain the native Snoqualmie people. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY work in the round work ribbing stranded color work decrease including ssk, K2tog, and centered double decrease GAUGE 18 sts / 26 rnds = 4 in / 10 cm in plain Stockinette stitch with Size B 20 sts / 26 rnds = 4 in / 10 cm in color work stitch pattern with Size B needles 16 sts / 24 rnds = 4 in / 10 cm in stretched 2 x 2 Rib pattern using Size A needles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Brim Circumference: 18 (20, 22) in / 46 (51, 56) cm SUGGESTED YARN 180 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Imperial Yarns Columbia and Spincycle Yarns 100% BFL COLORWAY Desert Landscape and Devilish Grin

Supplies Needed

  • Main Color: Approximately 100 (110, 120) yd / 82 (92, 100) m worsted weight yarn
  • Contrast Color: Approximately 50 (55, 60) yd / 45 (50, 55) m worsted weight yarn
  • Shown in Imperial Yarn Columbia (100% Wool, 220 yd / 201 m per 113g skein) Color: #119 Desert Landscape; 1 skein

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Andrea Rangel Knits
Andrea Rangel Knits
I'm Andrea and I make great knitting patterns! I live on Vancouver Island in Canada, where I knit, design, and ride my bike. I love the functionality and beauty of knitting and knit everything from head to toe. My patterns have been published in Brooklyn Tweed Wool People, Twist Collective, Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Knitty, and other publications, as well as independently. I'm working on a book called Rugged Knits with Interweave that's scheduled to come out in the spring of 2016. All of my independently-published patterns have been thoroughly tested and edited for clarity and accuracy.