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Hit The Slopes Balaclava Pattern

price: $5.00

Winter is coming! Here to prepare you is our latest pattern, the Hit The Slopes Balaclava!. This pattern is a fashionable, modern twist on a vintage hooded design. It is ideal for cozying-up your head and neck from the coldest temps. This design is worked from the top down with a seamless construction and a garter edge. Get creative and whip up a multicolor, striped mix using our Mini Skein Sampler Kits (or stash!) or go for a more toned down, solid version, using just one skein of our Spun Cloud yarn.

*This pattern is a PDF download that you will receive once checkout is complete

 

About the pattern:

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner - Intermediate Knitter 

Size: Total Length (from top of crown to bottom of neck ribbing) - 14.25” / 36 cm

Length of Face opening - 11.25” / 28.5 cm

Fits approximately 20-22” / 51-56 cm head circumference.

Materials:  

1 Mini Skein Sampler Kit (approximately 85 yds / 164-170 g - 5 mini skeins of yarn included per kit, 17 yds / skein) shown in Dusty Mauve

OR

80 yds of Spun Cloud Yarn (100% wool; approximately 100 yds / 200 g) shown in color French Vanilla

 **Please note any modifications may require additional yarn.**

Needle Sizes: 

Size US 13 (9 mm) 24” / 60 cm circular needle for ribbing

Size US 15 (10 mm) 24” / 60 cm circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions:

Removable marker (1)

Stitch markers (2)

Tapestry needle

Gauge: 8 sts and 12 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette stitch worked flat on larger needles using Spun Cloud, steam blocked

Designer: Laurel Gervitz

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