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By Kari Cornell

Pictures by way of Janine Kosel


Here are 34 styles for hats, mittens, and gloves from round the globe—including fashionable conventional initiatives from Scandinavia, jap Europe, the British Isles, the Americas, and Asia.

Pattern introductions offer a historical past of knitting strategies from that a part of the realm, together with schematics and charts.

An creation at the historical past of hat/mitten knitting through Donna Druchunas is incorporated.

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Top Decreases Next rnd: *K to last 3 sts before marker, k2tog, k2, ssk; rep from * once—36 (40, 44) sts. Rep last rnd until 8 sts rem. Break yarn. Turn mitten inside out and join using three-needle BO. Thumb Remove scrap yarn and place the sts on the needles, picking up an extra st at each of the outer corners of the thumb hole—16 (20, 20) sts. Cont with MC for 15 (17, 19) rnds. Change to CC1 and knit 1 rnd. Change to CC5. Next rnd: *K8 (10, 10) sts and pm; rep from * once. Next rnd: *K to 3 sts before first marker, k2tog, k2, ssk; rep from * once.

Left leaning decrease (ssk): Slip 2 stitches, one at a time as if to knit, insert left needle through the back loops and knit the two stitches together. Rnd 7: K2tog around—5 (6, 6) sts. Break yarn leaving a 6”/15cm tail; draw it through the rem sts. With tapestry needle, thread tail through rem sts, pull tight and secure to WS. Finishing Weave in all yarn ends. Hand wash in lukewarm water with wool soap. Block tam to measurements on circular form (for example, a plate, or a piece of cardboard covered with plastic wrap).

After blocking, insert stiffener in brim, then pin in place so that brim BO edge meets hat hem turning edge. Using tapestry needle and yarn tail, whipstitch brim closed. 5cm for most adult sizes). Sew together, overlapping the ends for a flat join. Turn inner band up over elastic so that BO edge lands just under the tuck rnd. Pin in place, then, using tapestry needle and rem tail from BO, invisibly whipstitch inner band closed over elastic. Optional: “Phoney” Hatband Seam If you like the look of the cap as is, with a tallish crown, skip this final step.

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