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Agnes Cabled Hat


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Created using Erika Knight's 'Vintage Wool' (which is 100% British), the pattern consists of slipped, knit and cabled stitches to create this woven effect fabric. As the hat is made with worsted weight yarn, this knits up reasonably quickly on 5mm (US 8 ) needles, and the pattern is written and charted for both right and left handed knitters. I have worked the hat decreases into the cables, so as not to distract from the pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit slip stitch cable GAUGE 18 sts and 26 rows per 4 in/10cm in stocking stitch, knit flat. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS S (53-56cm/21-22.5") M (57-59cm/22.5-23.5") L (60-62cm/23.5-24.4") SUGGESTED YARN 285 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Erika Knight 'Vintage Wool' COLORWAY Leighton

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2 x 50g Balls of Erika Knight 'Vintage Wool'aran in 'Leighton'
  • 1 x 4mm (US6) x 30cm circular needle
  • 1 x 5mm (US8) x 30cm circular needle

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