Hannah Newsboy Hat

from Pepperberry Knits

Hannah Newsboy Hat Pattern


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Knitting: Hannah Newsboy Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • k, p, ssk, k2tog, YO, psso, how to make cables,

Pattern Description:

This fresh version of the traditional newsboy hat is soft and feminine with a vintage appeal. Great for a date at the coffee shop or an afternoon at the market.

The Hannah newsboy hat pattern is designed for you to mix and match hat designs with band designs so you can create your own unique style.


22 sts and 33 rows = 4" St st

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Fits average to large head circumference


  • us size 5 [3.75 mm] 16" circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
  • us size 5 [3.75 mm] set pf DPN(s) or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 200 yds DK weight yarn
  • Suggested Yarn: Pepperberry Knits 100% Cashmere DK - 2 skeins

You Will Also Need:

  • either 2 - 3 mm craft foam used as a bill stiffener or a small piece of fusible iron on interfacing used as a bill stiffener. Pick one

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
315carolg on craftsy.com

Excellent Hannah Newsboy Hat for a beginner  December 30, 2012

I had never cabled before and I found this a nice sized project to try out the skill. I am going to try making this hat for a friend and button hole the opening so she can pull her ponytail out through the hole.

I will be using worsted weight when I make hers. I used dk acrylic for mine so it would not be so hot. and more washable.
Instructions were easy to follow. Well worth the money for the pattern. I think someone that is upper beginner level can do this if they take their ...

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About Designer

About Designer

Heidi Hennessy on craftsy.com

When Pepperberry Knits founder Heidi Hennessy first started knitting with cashmere over a decade ago, she knew there was no going back.

The hand and feel was extraordinary.

Unsatisfied by the monochromatic colors of factory produced yarn, she began experimenting with her own color ways by hand plying single strand cashmere on her trusty Ashford Tradition spinning wheel. What turned out was ...

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