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Designed to work up well in a wide range of yarns, this quick knit is a practical hat for all genders and ages. The two-by-two ribbing creates a dense and stretchy fabric that will fit a wide range of head sizes, making it the ideal pattern for whipping up a quick gift for a fussy friend. Choose bold stripes or calm neutrals - it's up to you! Blue sample used Mudchute Wool DK (100% wool; 110 metres // 119 yards per 50g) in Navy; Fawn sample used Jarol Pure British Wool Aran (100% wool; 170 metres // 186 yards per 100g) in 03; Grey/yellow sample used Woolyknit Aran (100% wool; 78 metres // 85 yards per 50g) in Grey and Yellow; Rust sample used handspun from Countess Ablaze Industrial fibre blend (75% wool, 12.5% tussah silk, 12.5% black diamond bamboo; spun as 193 metres // 211 yards per 100g). Please note: The pattern is written for a tubular cast on, but you can just as easily use any cast on of your choice. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY tubular cast-on (but you can just as easily use any cast on of your choice) knit purl k2tog ssk GAUGE 18 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches in stockinette worked in the round, washed. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Hat circumference (unstretched): 30 cm // 12 inches; Edge to crown length: 24 cm // 9.5 inches OR custom; This hat will comfortably accommodate head sizes 43-56cm // 17.25-22.5 inches, and may fit smaller or larger heads in some instances. These measurements correspond to child, adult small, and adult medium sizes. SUGGESTED YARN 140 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Mudchute City Farm Wool DK COLORWAY Blue

Supplies Needed

  • 4 mm // US4 40cm // 16" circular needle
  • 3.75 mm // US5 40cm // 16" circular needle
  • tapestry needle

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Wool + Bricks
Wool + Bricks
I like wool, bicycles, books, mountains, railway arches, rock stacks, computers, rain, and many more things... Some of them find their way into my knitting - keep your eyes peeled and you might spot them!