Tinnea by Katrin Schubert
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Tinnea

Knitting
July 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Brioche stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
165 - 175 yards (151 - 160 m)
S (child), M (adult)
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Make the best of your leftovers! In my stash are plenty of beautiful leftovers in DK weight yarn. Many tiny balls in gray and red and a palette of warm tones from yellow to brown! Reminding me on all the projects I have knit recently.

The other day I started to sort all these leftovers by color and weight and ordered them from light to dark! Finally I took a project bag full of leftovers along for my vacation. So it was simply inevitable that I will be bringing a hat back home…

To simplify brioche knitting this beanie was knit in one-color-brioche stitch in the round, which was so much fun. That´s why I couldn´t resist to knit another one in shades of yellow and brown and a pinky version too.

The TINNEA beanie has no brim, is very stretchy and well-fitting at the same time. Knit it as a gift for the ones you love or spoil yourself. Love is all you knit!

Pattern is based on basic brioche stitches, increases and decreases. You can do it, knitters!

This hat can be knit in two sizes S (M) or multiple sizes by changing needle size or gauge; Block the finished cap over a steep-sided bowl or other head-shaped form to smooth the crown.

MEASUREMENTS
S (child), M (adult)
16”/ 41cm, (18”/ 46 cm)
to fit head circumference 18”/ 45,5cm, (21”/ 53cm)
DEPTH
7,5”/ 19cm, (8,0”/ 20cm)
YARN
Altogether 165yd / 150m, (175 yd / 160m) of DK weight yarn

Shown beanie was knit with Madelinetosh Tosh Merino DK (100% Wool- Merino, 225 yards/ 100 grams, 206m /100g) in Scarlet (MC) - approximately 88 yards / 80m-
and 5 different leftovers in DK weight yarn in different shades of gray (CC1 - CC5) - approximately 20 yards / 18m of each color.
NEEDLES
Size 4 US / 3,5mm 16” / 40cm circular and dpns or long circular for preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd
NOTIONS
Darning needle for weaving in ends
GAUGE
18 sts, 20 rounds = 4” / 10cm in blocked brioche stitch
TECHNIQUES
Cast on, k, p, Brk, Brp, brRsldec