Salem Beanie by Dragon Hoard Designs

Salem Beanie

Knitting
November 2020
dragon hoard yarn lore Sock
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
Fingering
+ Lace
= Sport (12 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in chart pattern worked on larger needles in the rnd.
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
300 - 350 yards (274 - 320 m)
Adult Women's Medium
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Feeling witchy.

Looking magical.

The Salem Beanie has all the warmth and fashionable comfort I look for in all my hats! I was wanting the perfect Fall beanie that I could wear with my hair down, and add to any of my outfits. With the added lace Suri Alpaca to a fingering weight, it creates a perfect slouch and soft cushion of brim to keep my ears warm during the cold months.

This will be perfect to pair with the Salem Sweater, by Dragon Hoard Designs, coming 11/27/2020.

The fit is perfect around the ears, and the positive ease in the body of the hat gives enough room to wear without messing your hair!!

The pattern comes in an adult medium, but change the gauge of the pattern, and you can have a larger or tighter fit!! Tighter gauge= more stitches= smaller size! (same in reverse)

Details :
(Smaller needle) ​Brim:​ US size 2 / 2.75mm 16” / 40cm circular needles to be worked in the round.
(Larger needle) ​Body Of Hat: ​US size 5 / 3.75mm 16” ​circular needles, and four DPNs to close the top of the hat.
(Or needles to obtain gauge)
Gauge:​ ​​26 stsand36rows=4”/10cm worked in stockinette in the Rnd on Larger Body Needles, after blocking.

Yarn:
MC: ​Fingering weight: 1 skein or 300 yds / 274 m CC: ​Lace weight Suri: 1 skein or 300 yds / 274 m
Yarn Used :
Dragon Hoard Yarn: Lore base
in the ​Heart Of Wine ​Colorway.
Dragon Hoard Yarn: Nymph Suri Alpaca Lace base in the ​Celaena ​colorway.
Notions :
Stitch markers (1 unique for BOR, recommended more for each chart repeat) ; scissors; cable needle; row counter (suggested); darning needle to weave in ends.
Notes :
The main color and contrast color yarns are held together throughout the garment, creating a sport weight fabric.