10 January, 22:39

Strib Hat

SIZE
One
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Width: 16 inches
Length: 56 inches
Note: Measurements taken after blocking.
MATERIALS
Yarn
spacer Miss Babs “Yet” Lace [65% Merino Wool, 35% Tussah Silk; 400yd/365m per 65g skein]; color: Frog Belly; 1 skein

Recommended needle size
[always use a needle size that gives you the gauge listed below -- every knitter's gauge is unique]
spacer 1 US #8/5mm circular needle, 32 inches or longer
spacer 1 US #10/6mm circular needle, 32 inches or longer (used for casting on only)
Notions
spacer Yarn needle
spacer Rust-proof pins
GAUGE
15 sts/ 22rows = 4" in stockinette st using smaller needle, AFTER BLOCKING
Nupp: Each nupp is formed over 2 rows.
On RS row: Into same st, [k1, yo] 3 times, k1. 1 st increased to 7 sts.
On WS row: P 7 sts together. 7 sts decreased to 1 st.
S2KP: Slip next 2 sts together, knitwise, as if to work a k2tog. Knit next st, then pass both slipped sts together over st just knit. This forms a centered double decrease.


DIRECTIONS
spacer Using larger needle, loosely CO 363 sts. Note that larger needle is used only for casting on, to ensure a loose CO edge.
Using smaller needle, work Rows 1-18 of Lace Chart; outlined pattern repeat will be worked 29 times in each row.

When all rows of chart are complete, 243 sts remain.
Short Rows:
Note: In directions that follow, “turning point” refers to point at which previous short row was turned.

Row 1 [RS]: Sl 1, k125. Turn work.

Row 2 [WS]: P9. Turn work.

Row 3 [RS]: K8, ssk, k3. Turn work.

Row 4 [WS]: P11, p2tog, p3. Turn work.

Row 5 [RS]: K to 1 st before last turning point, ssk, k3. Turn work.

Row 6 [WS]: P to 1 st before last turning point, p2tog, p3.
Turn work.

Repeat Rows 5-6 27 times more. 185 sts; 1 st remains unworked at each edge.

Next Row [RS]: K to last 2 sts, k2tog.

BO Row [WS]: [P2tog, sl st from right needle back to left needle] until all sts have been bound off.
FINISHING
Weave in ends.

Block piece to measurements given, pinning points at ends of long edge first, pinning center point next, then pinning remaining points.

Allow to dry completely before removing pins.