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Nomad Hat And Scarf

Deeply textured cap with attached scarf.

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Designer Kat Coyle stripes stockinette stitch and garter stitch to form horizontal welting in her NOMAD HAT AND SCARF. The deeply textured cap hugs the head, while the long attached scarf ends block out winter chill.
Finished Size: 16" head circumference and 7 (8)" tall. To fit a woman (man). Hat shown in woman's size.
Yarn: Misti Alpaca Chunky (100% baby alpaca; 108 yd [98 m]/100 g): #M707 -copper melange, 3 skeins.
Yarn weight: #5 - Bulky
Gauge: 16 sts and 20 rnds = 4" in St st with smallest needles.
Needles: Hat—size 9 (5.5 mm): set of 5 double-pointed (dpn) and 16" circular (cir). Scarf flaps—sizes 101/2 (6.5 mm), 11 (8 mm), and 13 (9 mm). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions: Size H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook; removable markers (m); tapestry needle
Originally Published: Interweave Knits, Fall 2007

SKU: EP0142

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kat Coyle

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

whadda hat! Review by Vee

the added scarf was a super bonus. i will make many more in a variety of colors. the only problem was understanding how to start it on dpn. i've made cazillion hats in my lifetime. i used my own adaptation to start and all in all it came out great. thank you for making this pattern available for purchase. it was well worth the price. give it a try!

(Posted on 7/22/13)

Cozy for a cold day Review by Alicia Lopez

I made this hat out of extra worsted in olive and it came out quite nice. The pattern is easy to follow. I had only made 1 hat before this one but had no trouble. I like the attached scarf. I found the scarf a bit boring after awhile, but you really need the length for a complete wrap, so I made a few rows of seed stitch on the ends for variety. You could easily make a narrow cable, too. Good pattern.

(Posted on 7/15/11)

Nomad Hat Review by linda Martindale

I made this hat and attatched scarf a few years ago, and love it when it really gets cold. You never worry about losing your scarf or having it slip off your shoulders. I used two strands of a worsted yarn held together that I had in my stash. It worked out great and the guage wasn''t a problem.

(Posted on 11/1/10)