New York Hat & Scarf by J. L. Fleckenstein
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New York Hat & Scarf

Aran / Worsted ?
6 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
200 - 210 yards (183 - 192 m)
One Size
This pattern is available for $6.00 USD
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This pattern has updated yarn info as of 17 Oct 2014. Also, I have added NY Knucks to the pattern so in this one PDF you get:

-->New York Hat
-->New York Scarf - A Guy’s Woolie Warmer
-->NY Knucks - Knuckle Gloves for a Guy
-->Plus my personal recipe for double chip cookies to give along with the knitted items for extra TLC.

Check out the new yarn I recommend, Malabrigo Meriono Worsted at in a fantastic assortment of colors.

I designed the New York: A Guy’s Wool Hat and the matching scarf for my son as a Christmas that first year when I moved to the farm in New York. He still lives in L.A., and I wanted him to have a warm hat and scarf he could udse here while he visited with us, but something that might also work for colder nights in L.A.

My son is a good looking guy with good taste and wanted the pieces I made for him to look great in the city as well as the country. I think I hit the mark with this set in luscious Suri Merino wool. Neither piece is too large or bulky; they are nice enough to wear with a suit and nice winter coat if needed, but casual and dressed down enough to work great with jeans and a light jacket.

Many people have used this pattern to make hats for both men and women, even though I designed it with my son in mind.

I even include a copy of my recipe for Fireflys Chip Chip Cookies because I made a batch of them to give him along with his hat and scarf. If you make this set for a guy you love, I hope you will include a batch of cookies as well because it would be great if you could see the kind of warm grin of appreciation I got to see when my son opened his gift.

My patterns feature easy to read, clear instructions with beautiful scrapbook style full-color cover sheets and color close-up shots of stitch patterns and other details.

For more information about my designs and the “I Live on a Farm” brand, visit my blog or website.

Happy Holidays!