ZZ's Welted Hat

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ZZ's Welted Hat Pattern

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Knitting: ZZ's Welted Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on, bind off, knit, purl, slip stitch, wrap a stitch, short row shaping for the hat's crown

Pattern Description:

Something different in a knit hat!

Welts and knitting the rows from top to bottom along with short row shaping give this hat a different look.

It's easy to do, there are no circular needles required. Just cast on and work it flat. The only stitches you need to know are knit and purl with an occasional wrapped and slipped stitches, instructions included for the last two skills, (To slip is to move a stitch over with out working it, to wrap a stitch is to put a single loop of yarn around the neck of a stitch.) The finished hat will have the stretch of a nice ribbed stocking hat, but with more sophisticated look.

Go ahead, cast this "ZZ like" hat on. You'll love your end result.

Gauge:

5.5 stitches per inch in stockinette

You will need from 150 to 200 yards of worsted for this pattern depending on how snug your stitches are.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • adult / teen

Suggested yarn:

150 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Brava by Knitpicks or Cascade

Colorway:

none

About Designer

About Designer

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Autumn and winter bring cold dampness and ice here in the north east. Are you ready? You know you'll need some cowls and mitts for yourself and your family. How about a double layered, double warm hat to snuggle your ears? You will need to get ready for gifting, and knit for yourself. Don't be caught out in the cold, snow, and gales that are on the way?

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