Beanie Wickerl by Astrid Tueting
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Beanie Wickerl

Knitting
February 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stranded colourwork
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
180 - 191 yards (165 - 175 m)
XS/S 52-54cm, (M/L) 56-58cm, {L/XL} 58-60cm
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Beanie Hat - “Wickerl”
I created this beanie with natural colours and one bright
contrast colour to bring out more vividness. A hat for
animal lovers. It is a special design - I made one for my
dear cousin and the other for her husband. They love to
go hiking with their dog “Wickerl” in the Bavarian Alps.
I hope they will wear their hats when you are hiking in
the alps, so you can recognize them.
Knitting technique
Fair Isle, stranded colourwork, jacquard,
two colours per round.
The cap crown is worked in three different decreases
(k2tog, ssk, cdd) marked in the chart, which ensure the
dominance of the strips
Level
Advanced knitter, suitable for beginner of colourwork knitting technique
Sizing head circumference
XS/S 52-54cm, (M/L) 56-58cm, {L/XL} 58-60cm
(Details for sizes in according brackets)
Hat height for all sizes: 22cm
Yarn
Jamieson’s of Shetland - Spindrift, 100% wool, yardage 105m/25g
Model colours size M:
MC: Natural Black (101)~22g,
CC1: Sholmit (103)~17g,
CC2: Fuchsia (530)~5g,
Model colours size XL:
MC: Shaela(102)~25g,
CC1: Eesit(105)~18g,
CC2: Splash(757)~6g,
(Design also possible in yarns from Jamieson & Smith, Isager Strik Tweed,
Rauma Finullgarn or any other yarns with according according attributes)
Gauge
30sts x 32rnd = 10cm x 10cm (stranded colourwork)
Needles
dpn and/or short circular knitting needle, size 3,0mm / US 2½
or size to achieve given gauge
Notions
Stitch marker, scissors, sewing needle

Happy Knitting!
Astrid

I am all excited about your pictures from the completed beanies.
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