Triangulation

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Last week, when perusing the online yarn stores, I stumbled upon Artesano's new

British Superwash Wool

.  I kid you not, I jumped up and down in excitement when I saw it.  I am always on the look out for nice chunky and super chunky yarns.  There is a tendency for many of the yarns in the upper weights to be single ply (just one single loosely twisted strand, not multiple strands twisted together) - something I really don't like to use or wear.Anyway, hardly believing my luck at finding such an awesome wool, I contacted Artesano to see if it was true - was there really a new lovely chunky wool on the market? To my delight, yes there was and a hank arrived at my door a few days later. 

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The searing pink told me it HAD to be combined with the lovely grey that "fell" into my basket whilst doing another yarn shop and Triangulation was born.  This is a great project for someone who has never done colourwork before, as the pattern is very simple and the bulky yarn makes it easy to see what you are doing.

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Finished Hat Sizes:

14” (35cm)

15.5” (39cm)

17” (43cm)

18.5” (46cm)

20” (50cm)

21.5” (54cm)

Supplies:

Main Colour (MC):1x 100g hank of Artesano British Wool, 100% superwash wool, Grey (02) you'll need:

25.5yd (23m)

26yd (24m)

43yd (39m)

51yd (46m)

61.5yd (56m)

69yd (62m)

Contrast Colour (CC): 1x 100g hank of Artesano British Wool, 100% superwash wool, Pink (09) you'll need:

11.5yd (11m)

13yd (12m)

14yd (13m)

23yd (22m)

24.5yd (24m)

26.5yd (27m)

4.5mm Circular Needles long enough to use as a magic loop (or a set of DPNs)

6mm Circular Needles long enough to use as a magic loop (or a set of DPNs)

6 stitch markers

Tapestry Needle

I have also released the pattern for Cold Comfort from Friday's post.  Buy Triangulation and use the code "Cold Triangles" at check out to get Cold Comfort for £1.  Only available until Wednesday!

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