Gloriole Also known as a “halo” or “icebow,” this optical phenomenon causes a bright circle or rainbow around the sun or moon. Glorioles can be seen year-round, but are always caused by ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere. The Gloriole Slouch is a cozy cabled design that knits up surprisingly fast. Made with a merino/cashmere yarn in worsted weight, it begs to worn and worn often. It is very versatile and dresses up or down easily.
Sizes One size to fit average adult head. Finished hat circumference is 21.75" at brim and 10" long from brim to top.
Materials Becoming Art Agave Worsted (70% merino, 20% cashmere, 10% nylon with 200 yards per 4oz skein. Color shown is "As You Wish".
Needles and Notions: Circular needle or double pointed needles in US size 8 (5mm) and US size 5. Cable needle and darning needle for weaving in ends.
Blocked Gauge In stockinette 18 sts = 4" In Cable Pattern 22 sts =4"
Pattern Access: Pattern is available for PDF download immediately after payment is made.
Through Ravelry Pattern is available through ravelry here www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gloriole-slouch
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