Maulbronn im Frühling by Kate & Lottie

Maulbronn im Frühling

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches
US 2 - 2.75 mm
300 - 370 yards (274 - 338 m)
Child: 18” circumference x 7.5” height, Adult S-M: 20” circumference x 8.5” hat height, [Adult L-XL: 22” circumference x 8.75” hat height, Adult XXL: 24” circumference x 9.25” hat height]
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This soft, lightweight wool hat was inspired by the 850 year old Maulbronn Monastery near my home in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was one of the first to use gothic style architecture in Germany as characterized by the pointed arches. I remember my first visit to the monastery. It was in early May, and I was newly pregnant with my daughter Lottie. I remember laughing with friends and feeling the slight chill still in the air while enjoying the early spring flowers. This hat represents the beauty and wonder of the Maulbronn Monastery in spring, with its cable pointed arches and bobble flowers. Knitted in fingering weight yarn, is it the perfect light hat for warmer climates and those days when the cold of winter alternates with the warmth of spring.

Sizing Info: That hat featured within the photos of the pattern was made using the Adult L-XL size, close fit. The child model above has a head circumference of 20” and a hat height of 7”. The Adult model below has a head circumference of 22.75” and a hat height of 9”.

Materials: Hedgehog Fibers Skinny Singles, 100%
Merino Wool 400 yards (366 meters)/100g: approximately 1, 1, 1,
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skein and 7, 8, 9, 10 90” lengths of alternate color of same or similar fingering weight yarn for flowers;
US size 2 (2.75mm) 16” circular needle, or size to meet gauge;
US size 2 (2.75mm) double pointed needles, or size to meet gauge;
7-10 stitch markers, 1 of another type or color is recommended to mark start of round;
Pom-pom (optional);
Darning needle.

Terms of use: This pattern is subject to copyright, any production or sharing of the pattern instructions is prohibited. You may knit and sell items made from this pattern at craft shows, charitable events and other venues however production knitting is not allowed.