When I invented the “Tensfield” and “Langfield” hats, my focus was on a seamless hat that could be adjusted to the wearer’s head during the knitting. My family and I are super-fond of our hats and wear them all the time – but my geometrically inclined mind would not stop reasoning until it found a way to make such a hat that would also be symmetrical. So here is Blunk, a cousin to the Tensfield hat that you will certainly enjoy knitting, too! As usual, you can use anything you have in your stash as gauge does not matter at all, and you can adjust it to a newborn’s head as well as to your own. This hat will turn out particularly nice in a handspun yarn with long color changes. The name? “Blunk” is the village next to Tensfeld, right around the corner from Damsdorf, my home.
|Gauge (stitches per 10 cm):||28|
|Needle Size:||2,25 mm / US 1, 2,5 mm / US 1-2|
Content: 50 gram (€15.90* / 100 gram)
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