ABOUT THIS PATTERN:
TT stands for the gorgeous yarn I used for this desgin: Tasmanian Tweed from Atelier Zitron. I knew immediately that I had to knit a hat with a Fair Isle pattern. However, my search for a suitable knitting pattern was a fruitless one. Nothing really appealed to me. Probably because I already had a certain idea in my head. So I had no choice but create my own design. Voilà, here is my new knitting pattern: Der TT Hat!
After purchasing the pattern, you will receive download links for the the pattern in German and English by email. The pdf files are each six DIN A 4 pages long and contain detailed instructions as well as the chart for the fair isle pattern.
Of course you can find the Tasmanian Tweed here in my shop and you can put together your own colours. If you want to use the original colours, you can find kits for the TT Hat here.
Don't forget to use the hashtags #tthat and #schibotgarne on social media like Instagram and share your projects in the Schibot Garne Ravelry group.
sizes: newborn (baby/ toddler/ child/ teen or adult S/ adult L)
width: 14,5 (16,5/ 19,5/ 20,5/ 22,0/ 24,5) cm
length: 13,0 (14,5/ 17,0/ 18,5/ 20,0 / 22) cm
fair isle pattern worked in the round with larger needle size
after gentle blocking 24sts x 26rds
4x 50g Tasmanian Tweed (aran weight yarn with 106m/50g)
Tip: Choose four different colours according to taste and preference. To keep the fair isle pattern expressive, keep black (cl. 19) as it contrast well with the other three colours.
Original colours used: A: cl. 19 (black), B: cl. 17 (turquoise), C: cl, 14 (pink), D: cl, 8 (mustard)
complete yarn consumption: 24 (36/ 48/ 59/ 63/ 89)g / 51 (77/ 102/ 125/ 134/ 189)m
Tip: With two balls per colour, all six sizes can be knitted and there are enough scraps left over to make pompoms for the hat.
1x 4.0 mm (US 6) on a 40cm (16'') cable and DPNS (or a longer cable for magic loop)
1x 4.5 mm (US 7) on a 40cm (16'') cable and DPNS (or a longer cable for magic loop)
darning needle and scissors
one stitch marker to mark the beginning of the round
knitting fair isle / stranded colourwork in the round
knit and purl stitches