La Pradera Linda Tam pattern--fair isle stranded colorwork digital knitting pattern PDF

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A beautiful prairie. A circle of roses. A border of flowers. Wear a colorful landscape inspired by the motifs from Huichol shoulder capes, La Pradera Linda gives a new twist to this traditional fair isle styled hat. Rich turquoise, shades of pink and green bring the tropics into your winter’s day.

Perfect as a gift for you or someone special.

Using traditional tam construction, the knitting instructions are clear and easy to work, taking all the stress out of knitting a colorwork tam. The pattern features detailed instructions, photos, and easy to follow charts for a medium size hat.

Sizes: 21" (53.5 cm) band. Band has negative ease

Difficulty: Intermediate

Techniques: knitting in the round, stranded knitting with two colors, long floats, reading a chart, centered double decrease.

Gauge: 8 stitches=1 inch (2.5cm) 32 stitches x 32 rounds=4 inches (10cm) in stranded work on larger needles

Needles: US#2 (2.75mm) & US#4 (3.5mm) 16" (40 cm) circular needles US#4 (3.5mm) DPN (set of 5) Ribbing is worked on smaller needles. Adjust needle size as necessary to obtain proper gauge.

Yarn/Materials: Fingering weight in 8 colors Sample knitted in Rauma Finullgarn (100% Wool, 50g/191yd/1175m)

KNITTING PATTERN PDF - NOT A KNITTED ITEM. You will receive an instant PDF download via etsy. Due to the nature of PDFs, I regret that I cannot offer refunds.

The pattern is intended for the personal use of the purchaser, and is not meant to be used commercially.

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