Flurries or Squalls by Whitney Terrell

Flurries or Squalls

Knitting
January 2024
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette colorwork in the round
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
160 - 210 yards (146 - 192 m)
One size
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Snowflakes are dancing across the landscape in many parts of the northerner hemisphere. Whether they are falling lightly or blowing through in a squall they are enchanting, fleeting, ubiquitous yet unique. Piling up in great drifts or gently blowing across the plains there is something decidedly special about snow.

Using color shifting marling yarn like Making Tracks, Rainbow Beach, or any number of others will give you a fresh take on a favorite motif.

Needles:
US 4 16” or 20” circular needle or two sizes smaller than main needle
US 6 16” or 20” circular needle or size to obtain gauge
US 6 Double Pointed Needles or size to obtain gauge
Yarn:
MC: Junction Fiber Mill Making Tracks 100% American Wool, 210 yards / 100g DK weight
“ Stick Season”
CC: Junction Fiber Mill Making Tracks 100% American Wool, 210 yards/ 100g DK weight “ Undyed”
Notions:
Assorted stitch markers, one unique for beginning of the round.
Yarn needle

Hat Sizes: Adult ( 22” /56cm)

Yarn Usage - Hat 1 skein MC, 1 Skein CC Approximately 135 yards MC and 63 yards CC
Finished hat leaves 40g of the MC skein.