Greyhaven Hat

from Robin Ulrich Studio

Greyhaven Hat Pattern


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Knitting: Greyhaven Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round, yo, k2tog, k3tog, ssk, sssk, sk2p

Pattern Description:

Inspired by the lush imagery of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings series, the Greyhaven Hat features an arched, leafy stitch pattern worked seamlessly from the bottom up. Integrated shaping creates a soft, slouchy silhouette that continues into the beautifully patterned crown of this pretty toque. An easily memorized stitch pattern and just one skein of the decadent Primo Worsted yarn make this hat a luxurious treat to knit.

The Greyhaven Hat pattern coordinates with the matching Greyhaven Cowl pattern, and is also available as part of a special value set Both the hat and cowl patterns offer charted as well as written instructions.


20 sts = 4"/ 10 cm in blocked stockinette stitch
10 sts & 16 rows = 2"/ 5 cm in blocked pattern stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One Size: 18"/ 45.5cm brim circumference to fit 20-22"/ 51-56cm average adult head size


  • 160-200 yds worsted weight yarn
  • US #5 3.75 circular needles
  • US #7 4.5 mm circular needles
  • US #7 4.5 mm double point needles

You Will Also Need:

  • Stitch marker
  • 10 Optional extra stitch markers to place between reps
  • Tapestry needle

About Designer

About Designer

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Robin Ulrich's unique designs offer a fresh take on classic style, incorporating her love for innovative use of texture and lace. Her patterns are available online and in magazines. She can usually be found running feverishly through yarn shops, wool shows and other fiber events while her husband and Pomeranian fiber pal attempt to keep up with her.

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