Kanuga Lake Inn Hat

This pattern was used in a class on Stranded Colorwork during the Kanuga Knitting and Quilting Retreat, January 2019. The class contained both beginning and intermediate students. The two versions of the pattern were designed to accommodate both skill levels. The fingering weight version calls for finer yarn, more colors and therefore more ends to work with, and more motif repeats. The DK weight version calls for slightly heavier yarn, three colors, and only six motif repeats. Both versions produce a slightly slouched hat that will keep your head warm and your wardrobe colorful.

Kanuga Lake Inn Hat

$7.00Price
  • Fingering Version

    Finished size: circumference - 22” (56 cm), height - 11” (28 cm)

    Gauge: 32 sts/34 rnds = 4 in. (10.16 cm) on larger needle.

    Materials:

    Yarn – Elemental Affects – Shetland, 100% American Shetland, 118 yd/28g (1 oz).

    Shade A – Deep Purple, 100 yrds

    Shade B -  Wildflower Blue, 75 yrds

    Shade C – Periwinkle, 50 yrds

    Shade D - Moori, 125 yrds

    Shade E - Fawn, 50 yrds

    Shade F - Rose, 50 yrds

    Needles - US 1 (2.25 mm) and US 3 (3.25 mm) needles for preferred method of working small circumferences (i.e. 2 circulars, Magic Loop, or double pointed needles).

    Stitch markers, locking stitch markers (8), tapestry needle, small scissors.

    DK Version

    Finished size: Circumference - 22.5 in (54.5 cm), Height - 11 in (28 cm)

    Gauge: 25.5 sts/30 rnds = 4 in. (10.16 cm)

    Materials:

    Yarn – DK weight. Sample used stash yarn.

    Shade A – Dark Red, 200 yrds

    Shade B -  Blue, 100 yrds

    Shade C – Gold, 50 yrds

    Needles - US 2 (2.75 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm) needles for preferred method of working small circumferences (i.e. 2 circulars, Magic Loop, or double pointed needles).

    Stitch markers, locking stitch markers (6), tapestry needle, small scissors.

     

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