Thrummed Hat
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Thrummed Hat

Learn how to warm up your knitting by Thrumming!  Thrumming adds an insulating layer to hats and mittens by placing roving or small pieces of un-spun sheep's wool through the knitted piece.  The fleece forms poofy pockets of insulation as each end of the thrum hangs inside the hat or mitten.

Learn this easy method to add to your knitting bag of tricks while you make a super warm hat for winter!

Materials needed:
Yarn-150 - 200 yards worsted wt wool
Roving - 2 oz un-spun roving
Needles - US size 6 and 7 round 16 inch needles and size 7 DPNs
Pattern:  Whirling Thrums Hat

Homework prior to class- Cast on and complete the 5 inches of ribbing as described in the pattern.

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Beyond Beginner
Requirements: Students should know how to knit, purl and decrease (K2Tog and SSK)
Instructor: Suzanne Trueblood
Instructor Bio: Suzanne Trueblood

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