Glen Isla by Georgie Nicolson
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Glen Isla

Knitting
April 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
90 - 290 yards (82 - 265 m)
7 sizes for head circumferences from 12 to 24"/30.5 to 61cm. Size range fits approximately premmie to large adult.
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Glen Isla is a sweet little slouchie beanie that is deceptively easy to work. Knit from the brim up, this beanie packs a wow factor with lots of colour. Perfect for keeping heads super cosy in wintery weather.

Glen Isla is named after a bush location in rural Victoria, Australia where the stars are at their brightest.

Construction:
Glen Isla is worked in the round from the brim upwards.
This cosy beanie is worked in three different colours with stripes of a squishy star-like stitch pattern adorn the body of this hat. This stitch pattern is both simple and intuitive.

Sizing:
To fit head size of:
12/30.5 (14/35.5, 16/40.5, 18/45.5) 20/51, 22/56, 24/61 inches/cms with graduated negative ease across the size range.
Length of finished hat will be approximately:
4½/11.5 (5½/14, 7¼/18.5, 9/23) 10¼/26, 11¼/28.5 inches/cms with brim folded upwards.

Note:The baby sizes have significantly less slouch and fit more like a beanie.

Skill Level:
Easy to Intermediate

Yardage:
Main Colour: 90/85 (100/95, 110/100, 120/110) 130/120, 140/130, 150/140 yards/metres approximately, extra required for a pompom
Contrast Colour 1 and 2: 30/28 (30/28, 40/37, 50/46) 60/55, 70/64, 80/73 yards/metres approximately

This pattern is part of an e-book collection featuring 6 simple beanie patterns all with a deceptive wow factor.