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Newhaven

A gansey inspired hat with simple but very effective knit and purl patterning. Newhaven is a tiny fishing village and harbour on Edinburgh's Firth of Forth coast.

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Sport weight yarn with good stitch definition and nice drape.
Shown in Ysolda Blend No. 1 (50% merino, 40% Polwarth, 10% Zwartbles, 345 yds / 315m, 100g)

26 sts and 34 rows = 4" / 10cm in st st on larger needles

US 3 / 3.25mm 16" / 40cm circular and dpns or preferred needles for working small circumferences in the rnd
US 2 / 2.75mm 16" / 40cm circular needle

s[m, l] Finished Circumference: 18½[19¾, 21]"/ 47[50, 53]cm
Finished Length: 9¾[10, 10¼]" / 25[25.5, 26]cm at centre front
Shown in medium

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  • CONSTRUCTION

    The neat brim is worked in garter stitch at a tight gauge with short row shaping so that it’s longer over the ears — a minimalist approach to ear flaps. The crown is softly gathered with rapid decreases and joined with a 3-needle-bind-off worked from the inside. This creates a tidy seam detail more often found on ready to wear.

    VERSION INFORMATION

    newhaven_v1.3.pdf

  • YARN

    Sport weight yarn with good stitch definition and nice drape.

    Hat
    60[72, 88, 94]yds / 55[66, 80, 86]m of colour A;
    36[43, 57, 61]yds / 33[39, 52, 56]m of colour B.

    Shown in Ysolda Blend No. 1 (50% merino, 40% Polwarth, 10% Zwartbles, 345 yds / 315m, 100g)
    215[230, 250]yds / 195[210, 230]m

    NOTIONS

    Stitch marker and tapestry needle

  • Swift Swatching in the Round

    Twisted German Cast On

    Short Rows

    Using Charts



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