Let it Snow; tammy and beanie patterns
Outside, snow solidified itself into graceful forms. The peace of winter stars seemed permanent. - Toni Morrison
This pattern contains instructions, in 2 colour palettes, for a colourwork tammy and beanie, worked from the bottom up and in the round. Stitches are cast on, corrugated rib is worked, then the body and wheel/crown decreases of the tammy or beanie are worked.
notes for palette Colour A: There are 11 rounds in which you will work 3 colours across the round. You may work these with 3 colours per round or come back and work Duplicate Stitch, later.
Included are charts for colouring A and B for the tammy and beanie. In addition, a general 2-colour chart is provided, if you would like to colour your own chart). Please, check pattern before printing to print what you need.
- Illustrated Knitting Pattern with Charts for both a tammy and beanie
- US Imperial Measurement / Metric Measurement
- one size fits most; 21-25 in/53cm-63.5 cm head
- Suitable for Intermediate and Advanced knitters
Materials you need at home:
- yarn: Shetland 4ply by, Gathered Sheep Yarns; Fingering; 100% Pure Shetland Wool; 96yds (87.8mm)/20g
- Please, see data page in images for yarn amounts for each hat style and colour palette
- needles: 2.75mm (us no 2) circular or DPNs, 16in/41cm and DPNs 6in/15cm 3.0mm (us no 2.5) circular, 16in/41cm and DPNs 6in/15cm
- additional tools: needle to weave in ends, st marker
Mona Zillah - bunnymuff
Inspired by the environments around me, I strive to make relevant designs that are clever additions to any outfit; blending traditional and contemporary styles, with a focus on colourwork. Most bunnymuff patterns are easily adjustable for a personal best fit in an extended range of sizes. bunnymuff supports ethical sourcing and climate/people conscious buttons, wool stuffing, and other notions!