Sigulda Pipe takes its name from the Latvian town within the national park, which is particularly beautiful in autumn, with its shades of brown covering the deciduous forests of the hills. The pattern of the pipe is reminiscent of the varied terrain of Sigulda, from which the name derives. You can knit a folded edge on a child’s hat to help it hold the wind better. The contrasting colour on the edge is a nice and pretty detail, which can also be used to create a nice contrast. The pattern is easy to knit and there are no loose stitches.
The pipe was designed by Anjuknits.
Size: head circumference 50-51 cm (52-53 cm, 54-55 cm, 56 cm)
Density: 19s = 10 cm
Needles: 4.5 mm circular needles with 40 cm cable for the beanie and 3.5 mm circular needles with 40 cm cable for the beanie’s brim
Yarn: Two (2) skeins of Knitting for Oliven Heavy Merino (50 g/125 m) for a single colour hat. If you work in contrasting colour, you will need one round of main colour and one round of contrasting colour for sizes 50-51 cm and 52-53 cm. For the larger sizes, two collections of the main colour and one collection of the contrasting colour are available.
Other accessories: stitch marker, safety pin, tassel frame
NOTE! The Sigulda pipette pattern is a downloadable product in Finnish. Once you have paid for your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a link to download the guide. So please remember to add your email address to the subscription.