Pipe Dreams

from Natalie Jubb Designs

Pipe Dreams Pattern


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Knitting: Pipe Dreams
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • basic cables
  • decrease
  • knit in the round

Pattern Description:

Pipe Dream Hat is inspired by that special time of year when the shops are filled with chunky-knit winter hats and seasonal shoppers snapping them up.
The embossed cabled knit stitch is the hat's main feature and is knit using either an easy-to-follow chart or written instructions. The hat is knit from the base up, with a deep embossed ribbed edge for added warmth and style, which flows effortlessly into the pipes pattern. And the chunky yarn used means this can be whipped up in just a few hours, making it the ideal handcrafted Christmas gift.
The Pipe Dream hat will keep any cold head warm and cosy this winter, and can be knit to fit toddlers, children, teens and adults. Best of all, it is completely unisex, suiting boys, girls, men and women alike - with or without the addition of the pom pom to finish.


5 stitches x 19 rows = 10x10cm/4x4in square using 6.5mm (US 10.5) needles in reverse stockinette.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Toddler/young child/ 45cm / 18in
  • Older child/young teen / 51cm / 20in
  • Adult / 56 cm / 22in)


  • H&W Comfort-Wolle myboshi No 1 or other chunky yarn (70 - 110m approx)

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 stitch marker (or 7 if placing between pattern repeats)
  • pom pom tool or cardboard to cut template out (optional)
  • tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

120 yards of Chunky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

H&W Comfort-Wolle myboshi No 1



About Designer

About Designer

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I learned to knit when I was seven, but until late 2008 all I could do was knit, I couldnít even cast on, off, or purl or anything fancier.
I picked it up again while pregnant with my second son and have sinced completed various projects and learnt so many new techniques thanks to help online and from friends and local groups. I have loosely written a couple of patterns and have recently ...

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