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Fiery Searcher Hat


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The Fiery Searcher Hat is a classic cabled beret designed by Bonnie Sennott. To make this hat, you'll need 250 yards/229m fingering weight yarn, one 16-inch US #1/2.25mm 16-inch circular needle, one US #2/2.75mm 16-inch circular, and one set of US #2/2.75mm dpns. The pattern provides instructions for knitting a women's size medium, which should fit heads measuring 20-25 inches/51-64 cm in circumference. For a smaller hat, go down a needle size and/or use a light fingering weight yarn. For a larger hat, go up a needle size and/or use sportweight or DK weight yarn. The hat is worked in the round on a circular needle. Double-pointed needles (dpns) are used on the crown. Skills required include standard knitting techniques and stitches, as well as cabling with a cable needle. The stitch patterns are given in both written form and in charts. Explanations are given for all stitches. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic knitting techniques GAUGE 32 sts/36 rows = 4"/10 cm in Cable Pattern, on larger needle, unstretched SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Women's Medium; should fit heads measuring 20-25 inches/51-64 cm in circumference SUGGESTED YARN 250 yards of Fingering weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 250 yards/229 m fingering weight yarn
  • 1 16-inch US #2/2.75mm circular needle OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
  • 1 set US #2/2.75mm double-pointed needles

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