By Kate Schimmer
Time for a coffee break with a clever gradient that shifts across coffee house hues, from plain or fancy lattes and cappuccinos to a deep rich espresso! This hat and scarf set are worked in linen stitch, which, due to the alternating slip stitches, makes it warm and beautiful on both sides of the fabric. The contrasting colours make a tiny zig-zag, providing a chance to play with colours, as subtly or boldly as you'd like.
Sizes:Hat S (M, L); Scarf - one size
Finished Measurements of Hat
Circumference at brim: 40 (44, 51) cm / 15.75 (17.5, 20)"
Crown to brim length: 25 (27, 31) cm / 10 (11, 12)"
Finished Measurements of Scarf
Length: 180 cm / 71" and Width: 20 cm / 8"
Sample shown in Lascaux Fine 100 in Dark Roast (MC1); Lascaux Fine 50’s in Dark Chocolate (MC2), Milk Chocolate (MC3), Bronze (MC4), Cinnamon (CC1), Nutmeg (CC2), Iced Coffee (CC3), Irish Linen (CC4).
Yardage Requirements: approximately 700m/770yds total for the scarf, and 274m/300yds total for the hat.
To make both hat and scarf: 1 skein Lascaux Fine 100 (MC1), 7 skeins Lascaux Fine 50’s, (one each of MC2, MC3, MC4, CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4).
To make hat only: 8 skeins Lascaux Fine 50’s (one each of MC1, MC2, MC3, MC4, CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4).
To make scarf only: 8 skeins Lascaux Fine 50’s (one each of MC1, MC2, MC3, MC4, CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4).
25% Manx Loaghtan Wool / 75% Punta Arenas Wool
Lascaux Fine 50's 175 m / 192 yds per 50 gram / 1.75 oz skein
Lascaux Fine 100 – 350 meters / 385 yards per 100 gram / 3.5 oz skein
Pattern is available as a downloadable PDF at checkout. A link for future download will also be emailed to you with your receipt.