A toque fit for a Canuck, eh!

Design by Lyndsay Richardson
Show your Canadian pride this winter with a circle of maple leaves around your head, topped off with a white fluffy snowball! Materials:     1 skein Cascade 220 colour#9404 Red (R) 1 skein Cascade 220 colour#8505 White (W) 16” circular needle 3.75mm and set of dpns 3.75mm Tapestry needle One size (fits average adult) Abbreviations: k – Knit p – Purl k1tbl – knit one stitch through back of the loop k2tog – knit two stitches together ssk – slip first stitch as if to knit, slip second stitch as if to knit, knit the two stitches together

[k1tbl. knit one row plain . k13. k5. work in chart pattern for body of hat Using R. [k2tog. p1] repeat until end of round Using R. ssk] repeat [k2tog] repeat repeat until end of round Using R and W. ssk] Knit one row plain [k2tog. k1. ssk] repeat Knit one row plain [k2tog. ssk] repeat [k2tog. k11. ssk] repeat [k2tog. k9. ssk] repeat Knit one row plain [k2tog. ssk] repeat Knit one row plain [k2tog. k3. k7. make pom-pom and secure to top Wear with Canadian pride! Using R. ssk] repeat Knit one row plain [k2tog. k15.Instructions: Brim: Cast on 102 stitches using long-tail provisional cast-on Rows 1-10: Row 11: Body of Hat: Row 12-48: Decreases: Row 49: Row 50: Row 51: Row 52: Row 53: Row 54: Row 55: Row 56: Row 57: Row 58: Row 59: Row 60: Row 61: Row 62: Finishing: Weave in loose ends Block If desired.

Chart This pattern is free for distribution and usage.richardson0@gmail. Please e-mail comments to lyndsay.com .

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