This is a printed pattern. It will include a unique code to add it to your Ravelry Library. It is printed on thick quality paper, in full colour mat. The final format is A5.
Language is English (digital download will have also the Italian and French versions).
An intricate look for a very straightforward lace, this set of beanie and cowl is a satisfying quick knit.
Choose the softest yarn you can get your hands on and you will be making the perfect closet staple: an hat and a cowl that you won’t forget!
Galets means pebbles.
I live in Alsace, France, nearby the river Rhine, which marks the border between France, Germany and Switzerland, and is a daily sight for our family.
Also, the Ill is the river that gives its name to Alsace. At its source, less than 20 minutes away from my home, water mixes with little rounded pebbles.
40 g [132 m / 142 yd] of any sport yarn that will give the correct gauge
Sample is knit in Gomitoli’s Cahsmere Lana 4 ply, 70% wool, 30% cashmere, colourway Grigio Chiaro
55 g [165 m / 180 yd] of any sport yarn that will give the correct gauge
Sample is knit in Malabrigo Arroyo (100% superwash Merino, 306m / 335 yd per 100g), colourway Plomo
3.5 mm / US size 4, AND 4 mm / US size 6, 80 cm / 31” circular needles, or size to obtain correct gauge
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
1 stitch marker
Casting-on, knitting, purling, basic increases and decreases, working in the round
19 sts and 28 rows over 10cm / 4" in stockinette stitch on larger needles, wet blocked. Gauge is crucial for the hat, determining not only yarn usage, but also size
Child (Adult small, Adult Large)
To fit head circumferences:
Child (4-12 years old): 55 cm / 21.75”, finished hat 42 cm / 16.5“ width, length 19 cm / 7.5“
Adult small: 56 cm / 22”, finished hat 45 cm / 17.75“ width, length 19 cm / 7.5“
Adult Large: 57-58 cm / 23”, finished hat 48cm / 19“ width, length 20cm / 8“
Finished measurements Cowl
Circumference: 50 cm / 19.5”
Height: 24 cm / 9.5"
Tech Editor Cowl: Amelia Hodson (WoollenWords on Ravelry)
Tech Editor Hat: April of New Growth Knits