Great Ocean Road Beanie by Georgie Nicolson
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Great Ocean Road Beanie

Knitting
June 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
75 - 185 yards (69 - 169 m)
Seven sizes: size range covers12 to 24 inches /30.5 to 61cms head size (premmie to large adult)
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The Great Ocean Road is an iconic tourist destination in the part of the world where I live. It’s a road that bends and winds and shuts against the Southern Ocean , with it’s at times huge waves and wild weather. The Tarndie homestead, home of the Polwarth breed, sits nestled amongst the rolling hills just off this road. The proximation of these two favourite places was the inspiration for this beanie.

The Tarndie Origins colours sing a beautiful tune of ocean melodics; the waves, the sand, the cliff faces, the mist all intertwine for a beanie that will take you exploring places near and beyond.

Construction:
Great Ocean Road Beanie begins neatly at the brim with an alternative tubular cast-on. From there it is knit bottom up with fair isle work creating images of waves across the body of the hat. Decreases are used to shape the crown.

Sizing:
Length of finished hat approximately:
5¼/13.5 (6/15, 7¼/18.5, 8/20.5) 8½/21.5, 9¼/23.5, 10¼/26 inches/cms
when knit to correct tension.

Skill Level:
Intermediate

Techniques used:
Knit and purl
Tubular cast-on
Increasing, decreasing
Working in the round on circular needles
Working from charts
Stranded colourwork

Yarn:
Solace has been designed to compliment the Tarndie Origins and Tarndie Polwarth Undyed Range.

Yardage:
Main Colour: 30/30 (40/35, 50/45, 60/55) 70/65, 80/75, 90/85 yards/metres
Contrast Colour 1: 10 yards/9 metres,
Contrast Colour 2: 30/30 (40/35, 45/40, 50/45) 60/55, 70/65, 80/75 yards/metres
Contrast Colour 3: 5 yards/4 metres.

ERRATA:
Printed patterns from Tarndie, please note the following correction in the HAT BODY section.

Round 3: With CC2 K1, with CC1 k1, with CC2 k2, with CC1 k1, with CC2 k1; repeat from until end of the round.


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