Running On Yarn Hat & Cowl By The Firefly Hook
With all of the wisdom and metaphorical power of a fable, these four delicate fingering weight yarn strands are joined together to create a bulky yarn of gorgeous heft. When you join smaller yarns together and use it as one strand, you are left with something that is greater than the sum of its parts. It is at once bulky yet flexible.
The Hat: It is the perfect choice for this beginner stitch that manages to look extremely complicated. Never fear if you’re not ready to try a bobble stitch, this hat has all the fun and charm of a more difficult stitch but manages it with a sandwich of easier stitches.
The Cowl: The simple, familiar stitch is relaxing but the trim gives this cowl a delicate feel. It’s just enough of a challenge for a beginner who has mastered a handful of basic stitches.
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Yarn: Yarn: Running on Yarn 85% superwash Merino, 15% Donegal Nep fingering weight yarn (438 yd/ 100 g per skein). One skein in purple, one skein in black.
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Hook: 4.0 mm, 8.0 mm, 9 mm
Skill Level: Easy
Gauge: Hat: 8 rows and 8 sts = 4 inches in stitch pattern
Cowl: 11 rows and 11 sts = 4 sts in BL sc
Dimensions: Hat – 17” circ., 9” height; Cowl – 21” circ., 9” height
My favorite hooks:
Leisure Arts books by
Abbey Swanson of The Firefly Hook.
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