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dragon watcher's hood

Knitting
November 2013
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches in St stitch
261 yards (239 m)
One size
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♥ dragon watcher’s hood ♥

The Dragon watcher’s hood will keep you
warm while you wait for dragons to appear.
It is also fitted with 3 tiny bells in case the
dragons you meet get feisty. Dragons love
music so when you encounter one, just ring
the tassel bells to relax them. Once dragons
are relaxed, they’ll protect you forever and
always toast your marshmallows to perfection.

you can get this pattern 2 different ways:

  1. it is featured in my new book Woodland knits.
  2. you can download the pdf right here on this page ♥

the technical stuff
hood is knitted flat to begin with and is then knitted in the round.
its seamless! ♥

Measurements: Point is 26” long. Hood is 14” high.

Yarns used: Super bulky wool such as:
Rowan Drift, 100 g - 87 yds - 80 m, 100% Merino Wool, Color: Fire 906 (red mix), 3 balls.

Tension/gauge:
Work 10 sts and 13 rows to measure 4x4” in St stitch using US 15 or 10 mm needles with super bulky wool.
This fabric should be nice and dense. Don’t be afraid
to change needle size if you must to get correct gauge.

Notions:
A pair of US 15 (10 mm) circular needles 24” long
A set of US 15 (10 mm) dpns
stitch marker, tapestry needle, three small bells.

Bells:
they are small tibetan bells.. you can find them here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/123084202/tibetan-style-jingl...
if these sell out they relist them quite quickly
just search his shop for “tibetan style jingle bells”.