Helmet Three Ways by Christine LeGrow & Shirley A Scott

Helmet Three Ways

Knitting
September 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
9 stitches = 2 inches
in stocking stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
219 - 273 yards (200 - 250 m)
Small and Medium-Large
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From the book:

“Wear it three ways. The backflap warms your neck when the wind is at your back. Turn it up in milder weather, then turn it around to cover your forehead when the icy wind hits face on.”

SIZE
Small Circumference: 19-20” (48-50 cm)
Medium-Large Circumference 22-23” (56-58 cm)

MATERIALS
Small
250 metres light worsted weight wool
1 set size 3.25mm dpns, 10” (26 cm) long
1 set size 3.75mm dpns,10” (26 cm) long
Sample knit with Briggs and Little Regal 100% wool

Medium-Large
200 metres medium worsted weight wool
1 set size 3.5mm dpns, 10” (26 cm) long
1 set size 4mm dpns,10” (26 cm) long
Sample knit with Briggs and Little Heritage 100% wool

Both sizes
Stitch markers
Sharp darning needle

GAUGE
10 sts = 2” (5 cm) worked in stocking stitch using light worsted weight and 3.75mm needles
9 sts = 2” (5 cm) worked in stocking stitch using medium worsted weight and 4mm needles