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Station Hat


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Mix and match time! 2 yarn weight options x 2 decrease options (swirl or cross) = four wonderfully simple, wearable hats, with barely a purl (I promise!) These slightly slouchy, not-quite-basic hats have shot to the top of my "hats I actually wear" pile- the worsted is great for chilly days and the DK, with it's touch of silk, is light enough for spring or fall (or, if you're me, summer. Hats year round! Woo!) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl decrease GAUGE Dk Version: 24 st and 36 rows in 4 inches in stockinette on size 5 needles; 22 st and 28 rows in 4 inches in stockinette on size 8 needles Worsted Version: 20 st and 35 rows in 4 inches in stockinette on size 6 needles; 18 st and 28 rows in 4 inches in stockinette on size 9 needles. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS At listed gauge, approximately 22" diameter (but very stretchy)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 100g Worsted or DK yarn (shown in Malabrigo Worsted, Simply Taupe and Malabrigo Silky Merino, Manzanilla Olive.)
  • For worsted: US size 6 circular needle
  • For worsted: US size 9 circular needle

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Dull Roar
I'm Alex Tinsey and I design stuff! I like simple textures and interesting shapes. I like soft wools and kettle-dyes. I like ice cream. Addis. Hats. Spinning. Ducklings. And I like you too, sugar cheeks. I can?t say I care for bio-writing, though. Boring stuff: I graduated with a degree in psychology (still in mint condition!) from Reed College, after dinking around at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and Kenyon College for a while. I've been knitting since about 2004, designing since about 2006. I was making up my very own garter stitch squares and randomly-decreased hats before that, but I won't count it. I've had patterns published in Knitty, Knit Simple, the Knit Picks Independent Designer Program, and Interweave Knits, though I generally go the self-publishing route.