This versatile Swedish hat can be worn in a variety of ways and provides an excellent opportunity to practice circular color-pattern knitting. Traditionally, it is folded in upon itself to form four thicknesses over the ears. The lightweight Unspun Icelandic tubular scarf offers a choice of end-treatments: a giant sock-toe or an I-Cord fringe. The scart is a great beginner project and the hat offers unlimited potential for stunning patterns.
Meg demonstrates: Provisional cast on (2 methods), charting, Jogless jogs, top decreasing, tassle formation, Sock-Toe ending, splicing wool, weaving, and I-Cord fringe. Approximately 60 minutes. DVD.