Hilly Hood balaclava by Anne Ventzel, knitting pattern
Knitting pattern for the lovely Hilly Hood balaclava by Anne Ventzel.
Hilly Hood has a roomy fit and is worked from the top down in broken rib. First a square is worked for the top of the hood. Then stitches are picked up and knitted along the sides of the square and the sides are worked down from here, while increases and decreases are worked across the back of the hood. The stitches are joined in the round under the chin and the neck is worked in the round until the back stitches are bound off using the Italian bind off technique. The front stitches are then worked back and forth until these are also bound off using the Italian bind off technique. At the end stitches are picked up around the face opening and a rib edge is worked.
Digital pattern available in English, German, Norwegian and Swedish.
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Designed by Anne Ventzel
Size: One size
150 g Isager Jensen Yarn, 100% wool, 100 g = 250 m.
50 gÖnling No 10, 70% Mohair, 30% Silk, 25 g = ca 210 m.
-One strand of each yarn - 1 strand of Jensen Yarn and 1 strand of Silk Mohair - are held together throughout
100 g Önling No 2, 100% Merino Superfine Super 100s Wool, 25 g = approximately 120m.
50 g Önling No 10, 70% Mohair, 30% Silk, 25 g = ca 210 m.
- One strand of each yarn - 1 strand of Jensen Yarn and 1 strand of Silk Mohair - are held together throughout
3.5 mm and 4 mm circular needles, 60 cm
22 sts x 27 rows in PATTERN on a 4 mm needle = 10 x 10 cm
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