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Juneary is a classic ribbed hat that is worked in three types of rib seamlessly flowing into each other. Just when you had your tease of summer here in the Pacific North West, June arrives with its cool temps, rains and winds - this phenomena is common all across the coast of Canada all the way down to North California. Up here we call June Juneary because our January is pretty mild and some days in June are rather similar to January.
When I sat down to create a perfect light hat, the yarn really had to fit the bill - it couldn’t be heavy bulky winter yarn after all! (because sometime the sun does appear rather suddenly!) - WOOLFOLK LUFT worked rather nicely. It has an almost non existent feel to it - I wore this hat all day to a childrens’ party during a cold June day and I forgot I had a hat on!
NEEDLES - US#9/5.50mm – 16”/40cm for the brim, US#10/6.00mm - 16”/40cm circular needles and DPNs;
GAUGE - 15 sts per 4” using US#9/5.50mm needles in 1x1 rib unstretched or size needles to obtain gauge
YARN WEIGHT - Bulky
YARN AMOUNT - 100 yards
YARN RECOMMENDED - WOOLFOLK LUFT
NOTIONS - 6 markers, tapestry needle for weaving in ends
FINISHED SIZE - Circumference: 20” Depth: 8.5”
TECHNIQUES USED - Casting on, Knitting and purling, Knitting in the Round, Slipped Stitches
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