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Bosc Hat


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Inspired by the graceful curves and rich colors of ripe pears, the Bosc Hat's lush texture is created with surprisingly easy stitches in quick-knit, worsted weight yarn. Basic cable and lace patterns transition smoothly from a ribbed edging to the beautifully shaped crown of this elegant hat. A gently slouched silhouette frames the face with flattering proportions, making this a great-looking project that will fly off your needles with impressive results. Shaping is built into the design, and the pattern offers options to knitters with both charted and written instructions, as well as a choice of two sizes. This hat is designed to match the Bosc Scarf, and is also available as part of a special value set: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit and purl knitting in the round basic decreases basic increases simple 2/2 cable GAUGE 20 sts and 29 rnds = 4"/ 10 cm in stockinette st on size US #7/ 4.5 mm needles (or size to attain gauge) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Larger size in parenthesis; measurements taken unstretched, after blocking Brim circumference: 16 1/2"/ 42 cm (18"/ 45.5 cm) Hat stretches to fit head circumference: 18-21"/ 45.5- 53 cm (21-23"/ 53-58 cm) Height: 9"/ 23 cm from CO to crown

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approx. 180 yds./ 165 m worsted weight yarn
  • US #5/ 3.75 mm 16" circular needle
  • US #7/ 4.5 mm 16" circular needle and double pointed needles (dpns) to work crown shaping

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Robin Ulrich Studio
Robin Ulrich Studio
Robin Ulrich's unique designs offer a fresh take on classic style, incorporating her love for innovative use of texture and lace. Her patterns are available online and in magazines. She can usually be found running feverishly through yarn shops, wool shows and other fiber events while her husband and furry fiber pal attempt to keep up with her.