Hats & Scarves

Black Prince Hood $7.00 US

Based on the battle headgear worn by the Black Prince (Edward of Woodstock) on his funeral effigy at Canterbury Cathedral. The hood is worked from the chin up, then the original stitches are picked up and the loose shoulder section is added to finish the helm.

To fit Head 18 (211/2, 23, 261/2)“/45 (55, 60, 70) cm

Finished Circ 20 (24, 26, 30)”/51.3 (61.5, 66.7, 76.9) cm

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

Fiber Berroco, Pure Merino Chine (92yds/84m 1.75oz/50gr)

Color: 8656 Yelloise, 2 (3, 3, 4) balls

Gauge 18 sts x 28 rows = 4”/10cm over St st on Size 7 US/4.5mm needles.

Needles Size 7 US/4.5mm 24” circ needles (additional needles sizes 8, 9 & 10 circs)

Notions Waste yarn (for provisional cast on), 14 (16, 17, 19 st markers, dpns for hat closure (optional)

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Backyard Leaves $7.00 US

FINALLY! The pattern with the challenging chart written out!

Enjoy this knit, and amaze your friends (it’s really not as difficult as it looks, it just takes a bit of focus to get going…)

Scarf in picture knit and modeled by Ravelry member, Goldigirl

Split Cable Wimple $5.00 US

A lightweight wimple which can be worn under, or in lieu of, a hat or scarf. The open lace pattern holds in heat while allowing a breath-ability in the fabric.

Size 24”/60cm around x 18”/45cm long

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

1 Skein Buffalo Gold – Buffboo (300yds /274m 1.75oz /50gr)

Gauge 1 repeat of chart = 2” x 3” using needle size: 6 US/4mm

Needle Size 6 US/4mm circular needle

Notions Darning needle (for weaving in ends), cable needle

Sutton Hoo Helm $5.00 US

An archeological discovery of a Saxon mask in the 1930’s set off a flurry of interest in the pre-Norman era of English history. I’ve chosen to recreate this daunting war mask as a hood, great for skiing or just scaring the neighbor’s children.

To fit head 19-1/4 (20-1/4, 21-3/4, 23)”/49 (51.5, 55.5, 58.5) cm

Neck Length 7 (7-1/2, 8, 8-1/2)”/18 (19, 20.5, 21.5) cm

Head Length 9-3/4 (10-1/4, 11, 11-1/2)”/25 (26, 28, 29.5) cm

Fin Head Circ 20-1/4 (21-1/4, 22-3/4, 24)”/51.5 (54, 58, 61) cm

Skill Level K 4 Advanced

Fiber Hazel Knits, Artisan Sock (400yds/365m 4.2oz/120gr)

Color A (Neck Color) Woodland, 1 ball all sizes

Color B (Face & Head) Hoppy Blonde, 1 ball all sizes

Gauge 26 sts x 38 rows = 4”/10cm worked in St st (flat) using size 3US/3.25mm

Needle Size 3US/3.25mm 24” circular, dpns for tip of helmet (optional)

Notions Darning needle, cable

needle, stitch markers

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Lady Margaret Scarf $5.00 US

One Size 12” x 64”

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

Fiber A Henry’s Attic, Silk Avalanche (275yds/251m 3.5oz/100gr) Color: Natural Off White, 1 skein

Fiber B Muench Merino Soft (186yds/170m 1.75oz/50gr)

Color: 15 Black, 1 ball

Gauge 19 sts x 23 rows = 4”/20cm using needle size: 6US/4mm

Needles Size 6US/4mm

Notions Darning needle, waste yarn, size GUS/4mm crochet hook

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Admiral Anja's Hat $5.00 US

Head Circ 16 (20, 24)”/41 (51, 61) cm

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

Fiber Trendsetter, Merino 6 (136yds/124m 1.75oz/50gr) per skein

Color A, 100 White, 2 balls

Color B, 2029 Wine, 2 balls

Gauge 24 sts x 30 rows = 4”/10cm in St st (colorwork) using needle size 5 US/3.75mm

Needles 5 US/3.75mm (24” circular and dpns)

Notions Darning needle

Nottingham Ruff $5.00 US

Finished Meas 36”/92cm long by 61/2”/17cm at widest point

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

Fiber A Trendsetter, Cha Cha Novelty ribbon yarn (72yds/66m 3.5oz/100gr) Ecru, 1 ball

Fiber B Trendsetter, Merino 6 (136yds/124m 1.75oz/50gr White, 1 ball

Notions Waste yarn for cast on, darning needle, 1”/2.5cm inch button

Gauge 22 sts x 32 rows = 4”/10cm in St st in B using needle size 6US/4mm

Needle Size 6US/4mm 36” circ needle (plus add’l circ needle in

same size, any length.)

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"Mis Pam is Fabulous" Hat $5.00 US

A snug fitting tied cap, based on the medieval “coif” generally worn under another, larger hat, this little chapeau can be worn alone or combined with a hood for a very warm feeling all over. Version 2 features cables up either side.

Sizes To fit head 13 (15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25) “/33.3 (38.5, 43.6, 48.7, 53.8, 59, 64.1) cm.

Fiber Lorna’s Laces – Swirl Chunky, (120yds /109m 4oz /114gr) per skein, 1 ball req for all sizes.

Gauge 3.25 sts / 5 rows per inch on size 10 US/ 6mm circular needles.

Kremlin Hat $0.00 US

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This onion domed hat is created by working the crown in short rows from side to side. After joining the crown edges, stitches are picked up to create a ribbed head band. Warm, flattering, and fun, you look great, Tovarich!

Size XS (S, M, L, XL) to fit head 15 (17, 19, 21, 23)”/(38.5, 43.6, 48.7, 53.8) cm

Finished Meas 15.25 (17.5, 19.75, 21.75, 24)’’/ (39.1, 44.9, 50.6, 55.8) cm

Skill Level K 2 Easy

Fiber My Friend London – Handspun Bulky, (56yds /51m) per skein

Gauge 10 st = 4” in ribbing, 22 rows = 4” in garter using needle size 11 US/8mm 18-20” circular

Needle size 11 US/8mm

Notions Darning needle

Hen Hat $0.00 US

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A few simple knit stitches, and a little bit of crochet are the ingredients for this fun-but-not-too-outlandish hen hat. Inspired by the chickens of Shropshire.

Size To fit 17 (19-1/2, 23)”/43 (49.5, 58.5) cm head

Skill Level K 3 Intermediate

Fiber Laughing Hens, Rooster Almerino DK (124yds /113m 1.75oz /50gr) per skein (substitution weight = worsted/dk)

Yarn A: Cornish 201, 1 ball

Yarn B: Custard 210, 1ball

Yarn C: Cherry 213, 1ball

Gauge 18 sts = 4” / 10cm over charted pat using needle 7 US/4.5mm circ (add’l size: 6 US/4mm)

Needle size 7 US/4.5mm circ

Notions Size G/4mm crochet hook, size 7 dpns (2) or 1 circ (for i-cord tie)

Alison's Scarf $0.00 US

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I knit up this braided cable scarf for a friend, and she loved it so much I thought other friends might like it, too!

Fiber 360 yds Chunky Weigh Yarn

Needles Size 9/5.5mm

Notions Stitch markers, darning needle

Ruffled Roses Scarf $0.00 US

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A bouquet of roses right under your chin every day – what could be more romantic than that? The technique to create these ruffles is quite easy, If you haven’t tried lace yet, stretch yourself & amaze your friends!

The scarf is worked in 2 pieces from the ends to the center, which is joined using a 3 needle bindoff. The sample was worked by making one half using colors A, B & C, the second half using colors A, B & D.

Finished Meas Approx 6.5” x 48” (If you want to create the Ruffled Bunch of Rose at the base of the throat as pictured, scarf should wrap comfortably around the neck twice, plus about 5”.)

Skill Level K 2.5 Easy (with a little lace…)

Gauge 4 sts = 1” in 2×2 rib on size: 7 US/4.5mm

Notions Darning needle

Yarn A ONLine, Linie 194 Solo (22 yds/20m 50 gr)

Color: Dark & Light Red 04, 1 ball

Yarn B Misti Baby Alpaca Worsted (109 yds/99m 50 gr)

Color: Marigold Melange – 5573 – 1 ball

Yarn C Misti Baby Alpaca Worsted

Color: Chartreuse Melange – 7238, 1 ball

Yarn D Misti Baby Alpaca Worsted

Color: Maize – 7300, 1 ball