Wayah by Christina Danaee
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Wayah

Knitting
October 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in over cable pattern with US 3 needle.
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
One Size
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The Wayah Beanie is a relaxed beanie knit with a mix of cable and eyelet lace. Morning Star Fiber’s Julianna Yarn adds cushion and warmth to a beanie rich with texture. Morning Star Fibers is a family owned mill based in Andrews, NC, near Wayah Bald—a lookout in the Nantahala National Forest, near the Appalachian Mountain Range. Fibers are sourced from local farms and every yarn is processed in their family-run mill, with a focus on making high quality yarns for knitters, weavers and other fiber artists!

Size:
One Size fits most 17.5”-44.5cm around, stretches to fit up to 22”-56cm 9.5”-24cm tall

Yarn:
Morning Star Fibers - Julianna
70% Merino, 30% Alpaca
200 yards / 100 grams
1 skein Natural Brown
-or-
apx 150-200yds yarn of an equivalent weight

Materials:
US 2 - 2.75mm circular needle 16” or longer for magic loop US 3 - 3.25mm circular needle 16” or longer for magic loop US 3 - 3.25mm DPNS (optional)
Stitch Marker Cable Needle Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends)

Gauge:
24sts x 40 rows = 4”-10cm over pattern in the round, blocked.

Special Techniques:
Knitting in the round.
Cable knitting.

Notes:
Pattern instructions are included in chart and written form.
Some alternate yarn suggestions:
Berocco - Ultra Alpaca Light
The Fibre Co. - Road to China Light
Kate Davies Designs - Buachaille

Appalachian Knits
Celebrating the fiber farms, mills and dyers of the Appalachian region. With a focus on beautiful and practical knits, Jennifer Sadler and Christina Danaee bring you a collection of designs made with yarns produced in the fiber rich region of Appalachia.