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Rainy Day Seattle Hat

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  • Stranded

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Reminiscent of a cool, rainy morning in the Northwest, this beanie-style hat has everything you need to show off your love for the Emerald City. The hazelnut and cream ribbing represents warming up with a hot mocha on a cold day, while the Seattle skyline rises against a typical drizzly gray backdrop. (The dark green yarn carried in the back shows through the gray a little, creating the perfect rainy look.) Washington apples form a ring above the city, alternating between solid green and heart-shaped outlines, and snow-covered evergreens top off the ensemble. Knit with Knit Picks Palette, using 1 skein each of Hazelnut, Cream, Aurora Heather, and Mist. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY stranded color work GAUGE 8 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch in colorwork SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Adult 21" - 22" PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Palette COLORWAY Hazlenut, Cream, Aurora Heather, and Mist

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 3 16" circular needles
  • Size 3 DPNS
  • 100 yards green fingering weight yarn

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Chelsea M. Campbell grew up in the Northwest and currently lives in Seattle. She started knitting when she was eleven and made a large sack for her stuffed dinosaur, which she now refers to as a “Velociraptor cozy.” Besides knitting and crocheting obsessively, Chelsea also writes humorous books for teens and is the author of The Rise of Renegade X, a novel about a teen supervillain whose evil plans are ruined when he discovers his father’s a superhero. Visit her website at http://www.chelseamcampbell.com.