The Aro Hat is a very quick knit and a great pattern for both the beginner, just learning stranded colour work, and the more experienced knitter.
Thick and soft and slouchy, the Aro Hat will keep you warm on Wintery days!
This is a digital PDF pattern that will be available for you to download as soon as payment is received, so you can get started straight away!
Worsted weight or Aran weight or 12 ply yarn
Main Colour (MC) Grey: 105m (115yds) This includes enough to make a pompom.
Contrast 1 (C1) Neon Yellow: 35m (40yds)
Contrast 2 (C2) Teal: 25m (27yds)
**Yarn amounts are approximate and may vary between individual knitters.
4.5mm (Size 7 U.S.) 40cm circular & set of 4.5mm (Size 7 U.S.) double pointed needles (or size needed to obtain correct tension/gauge).
A pompom maker (or use your favourite method for making a pom pom)
Tapestry needle for weaving in yarn ends.
18 sts & 23 rows = 10cm (4")
st or sts: stitch or stitches
k2tog: knit two together
MC: Main colour
C1: Contrast Colour 1
C2: Contrat Colour 2
Size: Adult, 56cm (23") circumference.
YES you can sell the finished hats you make using this pattern in your online store/facebook page, but it is a requirement that you add a quick note in the item description letting people know where the hat is from :-) If you would like to sell the finished hats you make using this pattern in places other than your online store please contact me first, and in most case I will happily give permission :-)
18sts and 23 rows + 10cm (4")
180 meters of Worsted weight
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I am an independent designer living and working in beautiful Melbourne, Australia. Although I do a lot of jewellery design, and work with fabric, there is a very special place in my heart for ...
I am an independent designer living and working in beautiful Melbourne, Australia. Although I do a lot of jewellery design, and work with fabric, there is a very special place in my heart for knitting and crochet! I love to knit and crochet and always have several projects on the go at once. It's my way to relax and unwind at the end of the day, and passes the time on long train journeys.View all patterns by designer (19) »