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The Banneton Hat brings a modern aesthetic to traditional comforts. The hat is knit using brioche cables to form shapes inspired by woven Celtic knots. The wool used in the hat comes from sheep raised on Foster Sheep Farm and dyed with plant-based pigments grown right on their property. Even the name, Banneton, which is a handmade wicker basket for proofing bread, evokes the pleasure of enjoying your self-crafted goods in your hearth and home. The traditionally inspired cables will allow you to make a modern statement, spotlighting your skills and intricate crafting.
Instructions are provided in both written and charted form. Video tutorials are provided to help you learn brioche cables.
17.5 in/44 cm unstretched circumference
Color A: 120 yds/110 m
Color B: 120 yds/110 m
Sample shown in Foster Sheep Farm Clare’s Corrie (72% Corriedale, 28% Wensleydale; 250 yds/229 m in 100g) in undyed (A) and Indigo (B)
1 repeat of chart rounds 1-34 is 3.5 in/9 cm wide x 5.25 in/13.5 cm tall
16-in US 6/4 mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
16-in US 4/3.5 mm circular needle
US 6/4 mm DPNs or preferred needles to knit small circumferences in size needed to obtain gauge
• Locking stitch markers/cable needles
• Stitch markers
• Darning needle