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Thinking Cap PDF

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patternSleek and seamless!
Thinking Cap by Churchmouse is inspired by a read-to-wear Italian cashmere cap.  
The super fine fabric is doubled at the cuff with a tiny joining welt for extra warmth. The cool welt can be popped with a fun contrast color. 
It's knit using fine gauge yarn such as Pebble or Pure Cashmere
Yes - the needles are tiny and the details a little fussy but it's worth it!


Approx. 19”/48cm around x 10”/25 cm long; fits 20-23”/51-58cm head.


Approx. 365 yds/334m of lace-weight yarn (includes approx. 15 yds/14m for welt). Note: Choose a yarn that has a little woolly structure and soft drape.
Plus 5 yds/m smooth fingering-weight waste yarn for provisional cast-on.

Shown in 2 skeins Shibui Pebble Color 2001, Abyss.

Shown in 2 skeins Shibui Pure Cashmere Color Ivory

US 1 (2.25mm) 16”/40cm circular and 5 double-point needles, or size to get gauge.
US 0 (2mm) 16”/40cm circular needle or one size smaller than gauge needle.
US C/2 (2.75cm) crochet hook and 1 locking marker for provisional cast-on.
4 very fine stitch markers (one in a contrast color) to mark decreases without creating gaps (knotted loops of fine yarn work nicely).

36 sts/52 rows = 4”/10cm, after wet blocking and steam pressing.

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