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Knitting instructions for cape and cap

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  1. The big knick-special in the Tina
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  3. Knitting instructions for cape and cap

The big knick-special in the Tina

Cape and hat come in a partner look. The knitting instructions will show you step by step how to knit the winter companions themselves.

Sizes: cape: 34/36 (38/40) 42/44, cap: 52-56 cm head circumference

Material:

  • Wolke Hegenbarth Collection "Urban Roots" (97% Wool Merino extra fine, 3% acrylic, yardage approx. 60 m / 50 g)
  • For the cape: 150 (200) 250 g in beige; 100 (150) 150 g each in white, red and black; a long circular needle no. 8
  • For the cap: 50 g each in red, beige and black; a short circular needle no. 8


Knitting instructions for cape and cap


Smooth right in rounds:

Always knit right stitches.


Rib pattern:

1 stitch on the right, 1 stitch left on the change.


Jacquard pattern A:

Number of stitches divisible by 12. Knit counting pattern 1 in Norwegian technique, always keeping loose the unused thread on the back of the work. Always repeat the drawn stitches in width. In height the 1st-50th Work round 1 x, taking into account the declines from the 39th round.


Jacquard pattern B:

Number of stitches divisible by 6. Knit counting pattern 2 in Norwegian technique. Always repeat the drawn stitches in width. In height the 1.-28. Work round once, taking into account the declines from the 20th round.


Strip sequence A:

2 rounds black, 1 round red, 2 rounds black, 1 round white, 2 rounds black = 8 rounds in total.


Strip sequence B:

* 5 rounds of beige, 1 round of red, 2 rounds of beige, 1 round of black, from * repeat 2 more times, ending with 5 rounds of beige = 32 rounds in total.


Stitch sample smooth right:

10 stitches and 15 rows = 10 x 10 cm


The cape:

Cast on 120 (132) 144 stitches with the long circular needle starting at the bottom edge in black, close the stitches to the round and knit 8 rounds in the rib pattern in strip A for the trim.

Then continue working in jacquard pattern A, working the drawn stitches a total of 10 (11) 12 times. After 38 rounds in a jacquard pattern on the following round knit every 11th and 12th stitch on the right = 110 (121) 132 stitches.

On the 42nd round knit every 10th and 11th stitch = 100 (110) 120 stitches. On the 45th round knit every 9th and 10th stitch = 90 (99) 108 stitches. On the 48th round knit every 8th and 9th stitch = 80 (88) 96 stitches. After completing the jacquard pattern, continue to work in the rib pattern in strip sequence B, taking 10 (14) 18 stitches in the first round = 70 (74) 78 stitches.

After 32 rounds in the stripe cast off all the stitches as they appear.


The cap:

Cast on 54 stitches with the short circular needle in black, close the stitches in a round and knit 8 rounds in the rib pattern in strip A for the panel. Then continue working in jacquard pattern B, working the drawn stitches a total of 9 times. After 19 rounds in the jacquard pattern in the next round knit every 5th and 6th stitch on the right = 45 stitches. On the 22nd round knit every 4th and 5th stitch on the right = 36 stitches. Repeat these declines over the same places 3 times in every 2nd round. Firmly tighten the remaining 9 stitches with the work thread and sew.


Completion:

Make a pompon with approx. 9 cm diameter in beige and white and sew in the middle of the hat.

You can find the instructions for you to download at home!

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