Ferry in the Harbor Kit
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A kit to make Ferry in the Harbor - a knitted hat by Kirsten Kapur using Martin's Lab Tyrrell DK (2 skeins: 1 in each color required).
Each kit includes:
- two skeins of Tyrrell DK in colors: Autumn in Poland and Tabby (one of each),
- a printed copy of "Stillness" book curated by Martin's Lab containting the instructions for the cowl and 10 more designs by various designers.
- Martin's Lab printed cotton project bag,
and one sachet of no rinse wool wash.
The pattern is inside the Stillness book.
From Ravelry pattern page:
My studio has a wonderful view of the New York Harbor. I love to watch the ferries, cruise ships, cargo ships and sail boats as I work on new designs. As I knit I marvel at the activity taking place on the water every day. While New York City hustles and bustles, so do its waterways, almost like a city unto themselves. I was inspired to design this hat as I thought about the people who work on the water through all seasons. Winter winds are biting here, so a warm hat is critical. Ferry in the Harbor is the sort of hat that would suit the needs of these sailors very nicely. Stranded colorwork creates an extra layer of warmth to block out those winds. The colors that I used for the design were inspired by the grey of the harbor on a cold day, and the bright orange Staten Island Ferry as it makes its frequent trips.
To fit adults with heads measuring up to 60 cm/23.5”.
Finished circumference: 42 cm/16.5” at brim, unstretched.
Depth from brim to crown: 26 cm/10.25”.
1 skein each in 2 colors of Tyrrell DK by Martin’s Lab (100% superwash Polwarth; 225m/246y per 100g).
Shown in colorways Autumn in Poland, MC; and Tabby, CC.
4 mm/US #6 or size needed for gauge; circular needle (40 cm/16” long) and one set of dpns.
3.75 mm/US #5 or one size smaller than gauge needles; circular needle (40 cm/16” long).
1 stitch marker, tapestry needle, optional
23 sts and 27 rnds = 10 cm/4” in body pattern worked in the rnd, after blocking, unstretched.
Take time to save time – check your gauge. If necessary, adjust needle size to obtain the correct gauge.