Glen Isla by Georgie Nicolson

Glen Isla

April 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
90 - 290 yards (82 - 265 m)
7 sizes for head circumferences from 12 to 24"/30.5 to 61cm. Size range fits approximately premmie to large adult.
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Glen Isla is a sweet little slouchie beanie that is deceptively easy to work. Knit from the brim up, this beanie packs a wow factor with lots of colour. Perfect for keeping heads super cosy in wintery weather.

Glen Isla is named after a bush location in rural Victoria, Australia where the stars are at their brightest.

Glen Isla is worked in the round from the brim upwards.
This cosy beanie is worked in three different colours with stripes of a squishy star-like stitch pattern adorn the body of this hat. This stitch pattern is both simple and intuitive.

To fit head size of:
12/30.5 (14/35.5, 16/40.5, 18/45.5) 20/51, 22/56, 24/61 inches/cms with graduated negative ease across the size range.
Length of finished hat will be approximately:
4Β½/11.5 (5Β½/14, 7ΒΌ/18.5, 9/23) 10ΒΌ/26, 11ΒΌ/28.5 inches/cms with brim folded upwards.

Note:The baby sizes have significantly less slouch and fit more like a beanie.

Skill Level:
Easy to Intermediate

Main Colour: 90/85 (100/95, 110/100, 120/110) 130/120, 140/130, 150/140 yards/metres approximately, extra required for a pompom
Contrast Colour 1 and 2: 30/28 (30/28, 40/37, 50/46) 60/55, 70/64, 80/73 yards/metres approximately

This pattern is part of an e-book collection featuring 6 simple beanie patterns all with a deceptive wow factor.