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New Zealand

I am a knitter, and have been knitting obsessively for the past 6 years, although I learnt to knit as a small child. Pattern design is my new passion, I love the freedom to design patterns that I ...

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Picton Beanie

from Sezza Knits
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Picton Beanie
Picton Beanie
Picton Beanie
Picton Beanie
Picton Beanie

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round
  • k2tog decreases

Pattern Description:

Written for FOUR yarn weights - 4ply (fingering/sock), 5ply (sport) 8ply (DK) and 10ply(worsted)

Choose your favourite yarn to make the perfect hat for you.

With sizes for all the family, you can use the same hat pattern for everyone. Using different yarn weights will make the simple cable more or less obvious. In a 4ply the pattern looks textured, while in the 8ply and 10ply the cable is more visible.

Knit in the round from the bottom up, the crown decreases are subtle and hidden in the textured stitches, this is a simple, seamless knit.
The pattern includes both charted and written instructions for the cable, as well as including instructions for knitting the cable without a cable needle.

A matching Cowl is also available, or buy both using the Ebook option and get a great discount.

Pattern has been Test Knit and Tech-Edited.

Hat to fit head sizes
Premature ~12"/30.5cm
Baby ~ 14" /35.5cm
Toddler ~ 16"/41cm
Child ~ 18"/46cm
Teen ~ 20"/51cm
Woman ~ 22"/56cm
Man ~ 24"/ 61cm

Yardage (depending on size)
fingering - 70yds/65m - 200yds/180m
sport - 50yds/45m - 170yds/155m
DK - 40yds/35m - 170yds/155m
Worsted - 30yds/27m - 140yds/130m


Gauge - in pattern
Fingering /4ply 32sts and 40 rows per 4"/10cm
Sport/5ply 28sts and 36 rows per 4"/10cm
Double Knit/8ply 24sts and 32 rows per 4"/10cm
Worsted/10ply 20sts and 28 rows per 4"/10cm

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 stitchmarker
  • darning needle
  • cable needle (optional)

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