Zaramama Hat by Allyson Sgro

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Zaramama Hat by Allyson Sgro Pattern


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Knitting: Zaramama Hat by Allyson Sgro
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and purl.
  • Follow US pattern abbreviations or knit charts.
  • Decreasing (K2tog).

Pattern Description:

Designer Allyson Sgro/Chemical Lace Designs was inspired by the Incan goddess, Zaramama, who was incarnated in the fields through oddly shaped ears of corn. Her cabled hat band highlights the thick and thin yarn.

Using just one skein of Galler Yarns Asana Bulky, this snug fitting hat makes a great last minute gift!

About the designer: Allyson Sgro is a scientist living and working in Princeton, NJ with her husband and cat. When her cat isn't taking over her lap, she enjoys cooking, reading, travelling, and knitting. Allyson has been working with indie yarn companies and expects to have several patterns released in the near future. She can be found online at her website, Chemical Lace Designs -


16 sts in stockinette st = 4" (10 cm). For best results, always check your gauge.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Child (Adult Medium, Adult Large): 18"/46 cm (20"/51 cm, 22"/56 cm) head circumference.


  • Galler Yarns Asana Bulky, colorway 405 (3.5 oz/100 g, 140 yds/128 m) - 1 skein
  • US 9/5.5 mm circular and double pointed knitting needles, or any size needed to obtain gauge
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

140 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Galler Yarns Asana Bulky



About Designer

About Designer

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Once upon a time in 1920's Luxembourg, Joseph Galler and his brother began a business in the heart of the capitol city: "H. Galler - Bonneterie en Gros," or "H. Galler Wholesale Handknitting Yarns." The boys, only in their late teens, had to use their father's name, H. Galler, as they were too young to assume the business title. With hard work and determination, the brothers maintained a ...

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