Honeycomb Knit Hat

from Artemis L

Honeycomb Knit Hat Pattern


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Knitting: Honeycomb Knit Hat
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Honeycomb Knit Hat Honeycomb Knit Hat (no cable needles)

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • k2tog, sl, k1, psso, knit, purl
  • C2F, C2B (no cable needles are needed for this)

Pattern Description:

I'm thinking Spring; warmth, flowers, birds and bees when it comes to the pattern of this hat. It has an interesting stitch that emulates the shape of the honeycomb.

It's perfect for the season and the many outings in the sun.

The Honeycomb Knit Hat pattern is a written pattern and is easy to comprehend. It has video instructions explaining how to knit the C2F and C2B stitch. It might seem complex but it really isn't as you will see in the video. (No cable needle is needed).

The bulk of the hat is worked with the honeycomb stitch. It then switches to the stocking stitch where the head starts to curve and it gradually ends with 8 neat decrease points to the crown.

It's truly an enjoyable pattern.


14 stitches in 4 inches approximately

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Medium to large: 22.5 to 24 inches (57 to 61 cms)


  • double pointed needles
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle
  • 1 ball of Himalaya Efsun 100grams (170 meters/186 yards). Two hats can be made with this yarn.
  • 5mm (US 8, Uk/Canada 6) circular knitting needles
  • 6.5mm (US10.5, UK/Canada 3) circular knitting needles

Suggested yarn:

80 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Himalaya Efsun



About Designer

About Designer

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The crafts that I enjoy the most are knitting and crocheting. I started my crafting endevour a few years ago with jewelry making but found greater satisfaction with knitting and crocheting. Next, I would love to learn how to needle felt.

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