Kristen TenDyke - Mockingbird Tam and Scarf

  Mockingbird Tam and Scarf  
  This lacey set is as fun to knit as it is to wear. The tam begins with a tubular cast-on to provide a stretchy brim and then stitches are increased to create the slightly slouchy shape. The scarf is worked in two halves, each from the end to the center, then grafter together. The subtle variegation in the yarn provides beautiful color depth and visual interest. Because the stitch pattern is easy to memorize, both projects make good companions during holiday travels.  
   

Finished Measurements:
about 16" circumference at brim of tam; will stretch to 21"
about 6" wide and 59" long scarf

Yarn Requirements:
Madeline Tosh Sock
100% superwash merino
100 gram hank = approx 395 yards
• 2 hanks: composition book grey

Knitting Needles:
Size US 2 (2.75 mm): 16" circular and set of 4 or 5 dpns for tam; size US 3 (3.5 mm) straight for scarf
Or size to obtain gauge.

Notions:
smooth, contrasting color waste yarn; stitch marker; stitch holder or waste yarh; tapestry needle

Gauge: 34 sts and 44 rnds = 4" in lace pattern and 25 sts = 4" in k1, p1 rib with smaller needles for tam; 30 sts and 44 rows = 4" in lace pattern with larger needle for scarf. Take time to save time, check your gauge.


 
 
 

Photos courtesy of Interweave Press.

 

 

Pattern available in
November Knits,

by Kate Gagnon Osborn and
Courtney Kelley

Interweave Press 2012


 

 




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