Pinumi Bucket Hat by Inese Iris Liepina

Pinumi Bucket Hat

Knitting
December 2022
yarn held together
Fingering
+ Fingering
= Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in woven basket stitch with 2 yarns held together
US 7 - 4.5 mm
306 - 481 yards (280 - 440 m)
baby, toddler, kid, adult S/M, adult L/XL
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You need a lot of baskets to live in Latvia. First and foremost is the basket for picking mushrooms. They need to not get crushed and of course you need a lot of room in case if you happen upon some boletus giants. You go out early, and often stay up until 2, 3 am sortng, cleaning and cooking your haul. Then there is the basket for berries; lingonberries, cranberries, blueberries. The woods are full of them and this basket cannot be too big, or you will not be able to carry it back home. Its good to know how many liters of berries fill the basket so that you can calculate the sugar ratio for preserves. I have a tiny basket for getting my daily salad from the garden, and an enormous basket for when the zucchini and squash are ready. In the city it is now trendy to have a leather handled basket for farmers market shopping. Most craft fairs in Latvia have master basket weavers and weaving guilds. Each basket is unique in color, shape, size and the weaver will help you pick just what you need. I even have a basket hat for gardening from braided and sewn wicker strips made by a local elder whose hands just will not keep still. I recreated that in this Pinumi (basket) bucket hat.

Sizes: Baby, Toddler, Kid, Adult S/M, L/XL are all included.

This hat is knit with two yarns held together. The pattern was designed specifically for Urth yarns fingering weight and has color way alternatives for a wealth of Urth Monochrome, Harvest and Uneek color combinations.