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Majorna (English) – PDF

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This knitting pattern is in English. // Detta stickmönster är på engelska.

Majorna - a beanie inspired by the typical houses in one of the oldest districts of Gothenburg.
The hat combines the clean look of the brim worked in stockinette stitch, with body worked in brioche pattern and symmetrical crown decreases.

1, (2, 3, 4). To fit head circumference: 55–56, (57–58, 59–60, 61–62) cm.

21 sts & 28 rnds = 10 cm, worked in the round in stockinette stitch with yarn A & B held together, unstretched, after blocking.

Yarn A (brim): wool, 300–350m/100g: 130, (140, 150, 170) m.
Yarn B (brim): silk mohair, approx. 220m/25g: 90, (100, 110, 120) m.
Yarn C (body): wool, 300–350m/100g: 90, (100, 110, 125) m.
Yarn D (body): silk mohair, approx. 220m/25g: 90, (100, 110, 125) m.

Yarn A & C – plied wool yarn, approx. 300–350m/100g, for example Filcolana Pernilla, Istex Kambgarn, Retrosaria Vovo, BC Garn Semilla Melange/Pura. Yarns with lots of drape (alpaca, silk, plant fibres, loosely spun wool) are not recommended.
Yarn B & D – any silk mohair (or similar) with approx. 220m/25g, for example Sandnes Tynn Silk Mohair, Isager Silk Mohair, Filcolana Tilia, Knitting for Olive Soft Silk Mohair, Rauma Plum, CaMaRose Midnatssol.

3.5 mm (US4) circular needles 40 cm/16” and a set of DPNs, or Magic Loop.

Removable stitch markers, tapestry needle.

Majorna beanie is worked in the round, in one piece. The brim consists of three layers. First you will work the middle layer (stockinette stitch, yarn A), then you will work the outer layer (stockinette stitch, yarn A & B held together). The folded brim is created by knitting the stitches together with the cast-on edge. The inner layer of the brim is worked in ribbing. The body of the hat is worked in brioche with yarn C & D held together. Decreases are worked using DPNs or Magic Loop.

This pattern is digital and will be sent as a downloadable pdf-file to your e-mail.
Please save the pattern on your computer.

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