- Material list detailled
- Metric - larges range of size
- Writtern instructions and chart
Malban is not just an Island, it is a shelter for Cormorants and small waders, a true sanctuary where all human landing is prohibited to protect the fauna and flora. And as this island, this hat will offer you a true shelter for the winter, you will find comfort and warmth.
Material: Yarn: any DK yarn For this pattern, I used: A = 1 skein Sock Yeah DK by Fiberspates 50 gr (112 m) colour:#quartz B = 1 skein Sock Yeah DK by Fiberspates 50 gr (112 m) colour: #Pigeon Size L needs 2 skeins of each colour.
Circular needles 2.5 mm or DPN (for small sizes) for ribbing Circular needles and DPN 3 mm for the hat’s body Tapestry needle stitch marker
Beginners in fairisle to Medium
Gauge: 28 sts x 34 rows = 10 cm x 10 cm stockinette with 3 mm needles Sizes: baby- toddler- child (XS - S - M - L) = head circumference: 35, 5 - 41 - 43 (48 - 52 - 56 - 58) cm Glossary: st(s) = stitch(es) K= Knit K2tog: knit 2 stitches together K2A = knit 2 stitches with colour A (K1A,K1B etc, work same way) To increase: make a yarn over on the round to increase and knit it by back loop on the next round Note: This fairisle hat pattern is knitted in round. Change the colours to personalise your hat. You can add handmade pompom or a faux fur on it!