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Dome Hat

Knitting
January 2013
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
126 - 147 yards (115 - 134 m)
S (M, L) to fit head circumferences of 52 (56, 60) cm.
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Treat yourself to some special yarn and knit this gorgeous little hat and mitts set, featuring slipped stitches and delicate cables. This hat has been inspired by the Neue Synagoge (‘New Synagogue’) in Berlin. It’s one of the most beautiful buildings I know with its graceful lines and the shimmering domes. So what lay nearer than to turn the pattern of the main dome into a cosy hat for winter?

And because pattern and yarn are so addictive, I just had to add some fingerless mitts, too. The Dome Mitts can be found here.

Sizes: S (M, L) to fit head circumferences of 52 (56, 60)cm / 20.5 (22, 23.5)”.

Skill level: Intermediate. You should know how to knit through the back loop. It’s a perfect first cabling project!

Materials:
Needles: 3.5mm & 4mm (US sizes 4 & 6) circular needles; 40cm / 16” long, 4mm DPNs (if you prefer DPNs for working small diameters in the round).
Yarn: DK weight yarn. Shown in Posh Yarn Sylvia DK (50% silk, 50% Merino wool, 210m/230yds per 100g skein) in Tragic Ending (grey). Two-coloured version shown in Lang Yarns Merino Superwash (100% Merino wool, 120m/131yds per 50g ball) in green 34.0297 (CC) and Schulana 120 Filana-Merino (100% Wool, 120m/131yds per 50g ball) in magenta 45 (MC).
Yardage: The grey hat uses approx. 115 (125, 135)m/126 (137, 148)yds. The two-coloured hat uses approx. 73 (80, 86)m/80 (88, 94)yds MC & 42 (45, 50)m/46 (50, 55)yds CC.
Notions: 1 cable needle, 1 stitch marker, tapestry needle to weave in ends.
Gauge: 21 sts x 30 rows = 10 x 10cm / 4 x 4” in stockinette st with bigger needles.
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Nimm ein schönes Garn und stricke Dir oder Deinen Lieben diese tolle Mütze aus Hebemaschen und filigranen Zopfmustern. Die Inspiration zu den geschwungenen Linien der Mütze gab die Neue Synagoge in Berlin, an der ich oft vorbeiradle.
Besonders die wunderschöne große Kuppel hat mich nicht losgelassen und so entstand die Idee zum Muster dieser Mütze.

Größen: S (M, L) für einen Kopfumfang von 52 (56, 60)cm.

Schwierigkeitsgrad: Mittel. Man sollte wissen, was eine verschränkte Masche ist. Gut geeignet für erste Versuche zum Thema Zopfmuster!

Material:
Nadeln: 3.5mm & 4mm Rundstricknadeln, 40cm lang; 4mm Nadelspiel.
Garn: Wollgarn mittlerer Stärke. Einfarbige Mütze in Posh Yarn Sylvia DK (50% Seide, 50% Merino, 210m/100g) in Tragic Ending. Zweifarbige Mütze in Lang Yarns Merino Superwash (100% Merino, 120m/50g) in grün 34.0297 (KF) und Schulana 120 Filana-Merino (100% Schurwolle, 120m/50g) in magenta 45 (HF).
Garnverbrauch einfarbig ca. 115 (125, 135)m, zweifarbig ca. HF 73 (80, 86)m & KF 42 (45, 50)m.
Zusätzlich: 1 Zopfnadel, 1 Maschenmarkierer, Stopfnadel zum Verstopfen der Garnenden.
Maschenprobe: 21 M x 30 Reihen = 10 x 10cm glatt rechts gestrickt.