Casco Cap

$ 5.49


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This pattern is also available in Issue 122 of Knit Now.


The earflaps are both worked first, then stitches are cast on for the front and back of the cap, and joined to work in the round. The colorwork pattern is worked using larger needles, then the crown is worked in garter stitch using the main color and the smaller needles. After blocking the hat, an attached i-cord and braid are worked in contrast color.

Skill Level
Intermediate

Sizes
Baby (Child, Adult S, Adult L)

Finished Measurements
16 (17 3⁄4, 19 1⁄2, 2 11⁄4)“ / 40.5 (45, 49.5, 54) cm hat circumference.
Shown in: 19 1⁄2” / 49.5 cm size.

Yarn
Worsted weight (CYCA #4 Medium)
MC: about 50 (60, 75, 90) yds / 46 (55, 69, 82) m.
CC1: about 50 (60, 75, 90) yds / 46 (55, 69, 82) m.
CC2: about 25 (30, 37, 45) yds /23 (27, 34, 41) m.
Shown in: Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran (55% wool, 33% acrylic, 12% cashmere; 98 yds / 90 m, 50 g):
1 ball each color
Colors Shown: #610 Ruby (MC); #041 Dark Grey (CC1) and #101 Ecru (CC2)

Knitting Needles
Size US 7 / 4.5 mm: set of 4 or 5 double-pointed (dpns) and 16” / 40 cm circular, or one size smaller than size needed to obtain gauge.
Size US 8 / 5 mm: 16” / 40 cm circular, or size needed to obtain gauge.

Notions
Tapestry needle; cable needle; stitch markers

Gauge
18 sts and 24 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in Colorwork Charts A and B with larger needles. Take time to save time, check your gauge.


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