WanderKnit™ - Dutch Tulpen Toque by Skacel Knitting

WanderKnit™ - Dutch Tulpen Toque

March 2022
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette after blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
200 - 234 yards (183 - 214 m)
Adult Average
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The term “tulpen” is Dutch for “tulip,” and there’s no shortage of those in Holland or on this hat! In mid-April in The Netherlands, more than 7 million tulips bloom at the Keukenhof in Lisse, also known as the “Garden of Europe.” Known as a symbol of love, each varying color of the tulips carries with it a special meaning.

Choose HiKoo® Simplicity Multi as your contrasting color and watch in awe as the colors change and shift on their own for a calm project that blooms effortlessly. Or pick the colors for the flowers just to your liking by switching to your desired color from a section of the multicolored yarn for a truly customized result!

Written and charted instructions are available for the colorwork.
This pattern was inspired by the Primavera cowl by Tanis Gray, with permission.

Circumference: 19” (48.5cm)
Height: 8” (20.5cm)

Simplicity by HiKoo®
55% Superwash Merino, 28% Acrylic, 17% Nylon
117 yds per 50g hank (4 hanks)

MC = #003 Natural (1 hank)
CC = #524 Margaritaville (1 hank)

Please Note: Always test for color-fastness with contrasting yarns on a swatch before wet blocking a finished project.

•16” (40cm) skacel by addi® US 5 (3.75mm) circular needle & DPNs (or size needed to obtain gauge)
•Stitch markers
•Tapestry needle and Scissors

24 sts x 28 rnds = 4” (10cm) in Stockinette after blocking

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