Inversions by EmilyMade

Inversions

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Knitting
January 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7.5 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette in the round, washed and blocked
US 2 - 2.75 mm
250 - 850 yards (229 - 777 m)
Hat: Small, Medium, Large; cowl, 20-40" loop
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In this pattern, two different stripe sequences interplay, changing their form and relationship to each other in a series of inversions. Included are instructions for two hat crowns: a gathered, feminine shape and a standard shape. The cowl is a knit-in-the-round tube. The instructions help you create a single or double wrap. The gauge at which this pattern is knit in combination with a sturdy fingering weight yarn result in a dense fabric that is warm and functional.

Measurements and Size
Hat
Size: Small(Medium,Large)
Hat circumference: 16(17.5,19)“ / 40(44,48)cm to fit a size 20(22,24)” / 50(55,60)cm head

Cowl
Width: 6” (15 cm)
Length: 20 or 40” (50 or 100 cm) loop

Yarn
Hat
Main Color (MC): Approximately 125 yds (114 m) fingering weight yarn
Contrast Color (CC): Approximately 125 yds (114 m) fingering weight yarn

Cowl
MC: Approximately 150-300 yds (138-275 m) fingering weight yarn
CC: Approximately 150-300 yds (138-275 m) fingering weight yarn

Gauge
7.5 sts = 1” (2.5 cm)
10 rows = 1” (2.5 cm)

Knit in stockinette st in the round, washed according to the care instructions provided with your yarn, and lightly blocked. Stitch gauge is important for the hat. Row gauge is important for the cowl.