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Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit

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Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit
Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit
Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit
Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit
Rasta Slouch Hat by CreatiKnit

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • K2TOG (knit two together)
  • KFB (knit into the front and the back of the same stitch)
  • pick up new color
  • knit in the round

Pattern Description:

Listening to Bob Marley music one evening, this idea hit me...a rastafarian cap!

If you love Reggae, style & fun...then this is the hat pattern for you! So much fun to watch this cap come to life as you knit and combine it's wonderfully vibrant colors!

You will need approximately 35-40 yards each of black, red, yellow & green yarn in a super bulky weight.

An easy pattern that can be knit up in a weekend or less.

Sized for teens and adults; fits 20"-23" circumference.


*Pattern is the sole and express property of CreatiKnit. This original pattern is for personal use only and it or products made from this pattern may not be used for resale. May not be duplicated or reproduced without express permission from CreatiKnit.


10 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • teens - adults 20"-23" head circumference


  • US 13 circular knitting needles (16" length)
  • US 13 DPN (double pointed needles) for decreasing
  • 100-107 yards super bulky weight yarn (black, red, yellow, & green)

You Will Also Need:

  • row counter
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors
  • Reggae music playing in the background

Suggested yarn:

107 yards of Bulky weight

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About the designer

Before I learned to knit or crochet, I remember seeing handmade garments and thinking to myself: "I could never do is way too complicated!"

Then one day I got up the courage to try, and ...

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