Cape Meares Hat - by Mer Stevens Description
Knit in either fingering or worsted weight yarn, this hat’s Oregon Coast inspired motif offers both the perfect introduction to colorwork… and an excuse to indulge in mini-skein madness.
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FINGERING WEIGHT VERSION
For size small (large) 190 (220) yards/175 (205) meters fingering weight yarn, split as follows:
• 160 (190) yards/145 (175) meters main color, and
• 5 yards/5 meters in each of 6 contrast colors
After blocking, 26 sts = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch
WORSTED WEIGHT VERSION
For size small (large) 126 (146) yards/116 (136) meters worsted weight yarn, split as follows:
• 90 (110) yards/80 (100) meters main color, and
• 6 yards/6 meters in each of 6 contrast colors
Size small shown in Knitted Wit Superwash Worsted in Naked (mc), Hyacinth (cc1), Madge (cc2), Buckle My Shoe (cc3), Emerald Sea (cc4), Golden Delicious (cc5), and Canopy (cc6)
After blocking, 20 sts = 4”/10 cm in stockinette stitch
Approximate, after blocking
Sizes: small (large)
Circumference: 18.5 (21.5)”/47 (55) cm
Intermediate (knitting in the round, reading charts, stranded colorwork)