Lyn & Torden by Jane Comyns

Lyn & Torden

Knitting
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
5.5 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
in Cable
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
378 - 400 yards (346 - 366 m)
One size
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The is a Double Pattern, including written patterns and charts for both the tam and neckwarmer

An elegant tam featuring an allover old English cable pattern. Lyn means lightening in Norwegian, a feature that is echoed in the elaborate texture of the piece. The twisting cables of the design seem to shoot jaggedly towards the centre point on top of this hat, just like lightening bolts.

A cosy neckwarmer featuring the same allover old English cable pattern. Torden means thunder in Norwegian, a suitable name for such an actively textured piece. All that sound and fury is captured in this one accessory that can be worn with buttons or a shawl pin to hold it in place.

Made with bulky weight yarn, this hat and neckwarmer set is perfect for those sub-zero days!

Note: Yardage above is for the whole set.
(The hat requires 1 skein, the neckwarmer 2.)

Each pattern is also available separately. Just click on the links to take you to the pattern pages:
Lyn
Torden