Join me at Yarnability on Sunday February 18 at 10am-12pm to learn how to do a provisional cast on and work German short rows to create this beautiful hat.
Knit horizontally and seamed with a kitchener stitch in garter, the Toph hat (by Wooly Wormhead) is an entertaining knit that is both enjoyable and a learning experience for knitters who have not worked German short rows. This technique allows the knitter to avoid the use of wrap and turn with picking up stitches. The German short rows are great for garter stitch projects, such as this one.
2 skeins of DK weight yarn. (Shop sample used Alden, a merino, alpaca, acrylic blend)
US Size 3 or 4 needle (or size to obtain gauge)
Pattern: Toph (print and bring to class)