Kaiku Kit (published in issue 25)
Braided beanie, Kaiku.
It is a knitted pattern that looks impressive, but it is just a repeated pattern that can be easily knitted, so it was named Kaiku, which means "echo" in Finnish. You can wear it by knitting it long and folding it to your desired length. This kind of claim is just right for a hat that you wear every day.
Knit from the brim to the top of the head. After knitting the opening with rubber knitting, while knitting the pattern, reduce the stitches to create the shape.
MC : Brooklyn Tweed Loft 1 case
CC : Brooklyn Tweed Loft or Brooklyn Tweed Tones Light 1 case
This kit only sells thread and does not come with a pattern. Please purchase together with amirisu25 .
designed by Ronja Hakalehto
Finished size <br data-mce-fragment="1">Head circumference 1 (2, 3) = 41.5 (44, 46.5) cm
Length (with brim folded): 1 (2, 3) = 23 (24.5, 26.5) cm
Length (with brim extended): 1 (2, 3) = 32 (34, 36.5) cm
sample size 2
Brooklyn Tweed Loft
(100% wool; 275 yards / 251 m, 50g)
Brooklyn Tweed Tones Light
(100% wool; 225 yards / 206 m, 50g)
needle to use
1 x US 2.5 (3 mm) 16” / 40 cm (or longer) circular needle
1 x US 4 (3.5 mm) 16” / 40 cm (or longer) circular needle
(1 x US 4 (3.5 mm) 24” / 60 cm (or longer) circular needle for Magic Loop)
1 x US 4 (3.5 mm) 4-bar needle
Or, a needle with a thickness that can be used for a gauge
Other tools /stitch markers (4)
・Binding needle ・Separate thread
Samples are Brooklyn Tweed Loft, (MC) Cast Iron (CC) Fossil
From left to right, the photos are MC and CC.
If you use Brooklyn Tweed Tones Light as MC, you may run out of threads.