Arctic Leaf by Julia de Boer

Arctic Leaf

by Julia de Boer
Knitting
November 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Colourwork pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
200 - 220 yards (183 - 201 m)
22" (could be resized with change to gauge)
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This extra thick slouchy beret is a quick knit, and absolutely sure to keep your head warm this winter. We’ve already been wearing this hat, and it’s practically wind-proof! Why not add some frosty leaves to your knitwear this winter, and add some delicate colour to your winter walks?

The hat is constructed with a folded brim, adding structure and warmth. The body of the hat uses stranded knitting to showcase an elegant leaf pattern and provide an extra-thick layer to ward off any arctic chills.

The yarn used is a 2-ply wollen spun yarn, so the finished project is lighter and more effective at holding warmth than its worsted spun counterpart. Any yarn of a similar weight will work, but to get the same loftiness, ask your LYS owner about wollen-spun yarns.

Errata: Switch to larger needle when you reach to body of the hat! Sorry that I didn’t catch this earlier:)

Please feel free to message me with any errata :)