Chezzetcook Inlet by Natasha Daurie
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Chezzetcook Inlet

Knitting
December 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in colourwork in the round
US 3 - 3.25 mm
656 yards (600 m)
One size to fit head circumference: 51-58.5cm / 20-23in

Chezzetcook Inlet

Chezzetcook Inlet is a shallow bay situated on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. Once known for a large clam fishery, its salt marshes and sandy mud flats provide food and shelter for many sea birds. It is common to see bald eagles, great blue herons, cormorants and of course, the Canada goose. In the spring, the arrival of the geese heralds warmer weather and in the fall their departure is a bittersweet sign of the coming cold. Inspired by the colours of the inlet, flocks of “geese” migrate over my hat in their characteristic “V” formation

Yarn
Kate Davies Designs Milarrochy Tweed (70% wool; 30% mohair; 100m / 109yds per 25g ball). 1 ball of each of the following shades:
A Hirst
B Horseback Brown
C Garth
D Stockiemuir
E Lochan
F Ardlui

Needles and Notions
40cm/ 16in below gauge-size circular needle.
40cm/ 16in gauge-size circular needle.
Gauge-size needle(s) of your preferred type for working small circumferences. Stitch Marker.
Tapestry needle.
Optional pompom.

Gauge
28 sts and 34 rounds to 10cm / 4in over colourwork on gauge-size needle. Gauge was achieved on 3.25mm / US 3 needle.

Sizing
Depending on your preference, this hat can be stretched and blocked to create a relatively slouchy shape or blocked into a neatly-fitting beanie
One size to fit head circumference: 51-58.5cm / 20-23in
Hat circumference (unstretched): 51cm / 20in
Height from brim to crown: 20.5cm/ 8in

Pattern notes
This hat is knitted in the round from the bottom up, following a colourwork chart. Chart is read from right to left throughout.