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Cassie Castillo is a knitwear designer and military spouse. She is a fashion designer by day and mad crafter at night. Along with knitting, she enjoys spinning, weaving, crocheting, sewing and ...

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Glenrowan Hat

from Azalea and Rosebud Knits
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Glenrowan Hat
Glenrowan Hat
Glenrowan Hat
Glenrowan Hat

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ability to read a chart
  • working in the round
  • basic knowledge of cables
  • picking up stitches
  • ssk
  • k2tog

Pattern Description:

Glenrowan Hat is a close fitting beanie worked in a stripe and cable pattern. The band is worked flat in a Garter stripe with the short ends sewn together. Stitches are picked up around the long edge and worked in the round for the body of the hat. Glenrowan is a unisex pattern sized to fit the whole family.

baby (toddler, child, adult S, adult M, adult L)

Yarn requirements for each color:
baby: color A 100 yds color B 50 yds
toddler: color A 120 yds color B 60 yds
child: color A 140 yds color B 70 yds
adult S: color A 160 yds color B 80 yds
adult M: color A 180 yds color B 90 yds
adult L: color A 200 yds color B 100 yds


20 sts in Cable & Stripe pattern = 3.25"
32 rounds in Cable & Stripe pattern = 4"
4.5 sts in Garter stitch on smaller needles = 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Circumference: 16.25 (17.75, 19.5, 21, 22.75, 24.25)" Length: 6.5 (7, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5)"


  • US #5/3.75 mm straight needles US #6/4 mm set of dpn and 16"circular needle
  • Knit Picks Wool of the Andes (100% wool; 110 yds/101 m per 50 g ball); Color A: Baltic Heather, 1 (2, 2, 2, 2, 2) balls; Color B: Midnight Heather 1 ball

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle to weave in ends
  • one stitch marker
  • cable needle or extra dpn

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