The Headmaster's Cap by martaschmarta

The Headmaster's Cap

Knitting
December 2019
yarn held together
Worsted
+ Worsted
= Bulky (7 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 14 rows = 2 inches
in Stockinette - fulled
US 13 - 9.0 mm
1.65 mm
150 - 400 yards (137 - 366 m)
Preemie, Baby, Toddler, Child, Tween, Adult, Large, Extra Large
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This is a fun exploration into machine fulling of knitted items. It’s a great way to try a little stranded knitting in a fulled hat.

Experience Level: The knitter should have experience in the following techniques

• Knit stitch
• Two color knitting
• Knitting in the round
• Fulling in a washing machine after knitting
• Using beads in knitting

Materials:
• 100 yds/92 m (120 yds/110 m, 170 yds/155 m, 200 yds/183 m, 300 yds/274 m, 330 yds/302 m, 360 yds/330 m, 400 yds/366 m) MC shown with Valley Yarns Northampton featured in photo, Denim Heather
• Small amounts for CC1 (approximately 25 yds/23 m) and CC2 (approximately 50 yds/46 m) shown with Valley Yarns Northampton Light Grey CC1 and Charcoal CC2
• US #13 circular needles or double pointed needles (or size to obtain gauge)
• 6mm glass silver lined beads
• US 7/1.66 mm crochet hook
• Marker
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

Gauge: 7 sts= 2 inches/5 cm, 14 rows=2 inches/5 cm using stockinette stitch fulled
Size: Preemie 12 in/30.5 cm (Baby 16 in/40.5 cm, Toddler 18 in/46 cm, Child 20 in/51 cm, Tween 22 in/56 cm, Adult 23 in/58.6 cm, Large 24 in/61 cm, Extra Large 26 in/66 cm)