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Bushwalk Beanie

Knitting
March 2014
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches in 'Fern fronds pattern' lace
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
150 - 180 yards (137 - 165 m)
22-24" head, plus suggestions for resizing
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A cosy beanie hat to keep you warm on your wanderings, inspired by the fronds of New Zealand’s native ferns, such as the iconic ponga tree. The fern-frond stitch pattern is formed with simple lace increases and decreases, and both charted and written instructions are provided.

When knit in a possum-blend yarn, the Bushwalk Beanie is particularly lightweight, soft, and warm! One ball of Zealana Kauri yarn will be enough for a hat that weighs only 40 grams, and folds up easily to stash in your backpack.

Materials: You will need one ball of Zealana Kauri 4ply, or 160 yards of fingering-weight yarn. I recommend a slightly fuzzy yarn such as a blend with possum or alpaca content, or a rustic-style wool yarn.

Sizing: To fit a medium or large adult woman’s head, with 22-24” circumference. Suggestions are included for resizing by adding or omitting pattern repeats.

Pattern is for personal use only.