Woodland Hat Digital Knitting Pattern
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The design for this hat came about thanks to two things: first, the (now defunct) Ravelry Designer’s Challenge, based on a woodland theme, and second, my roommate needed a new hat!
She wanted something that was thick and warm with a brim that could fold up over the ears. So, I started experimenting with different hat designs, but most of them didn’t seem warm enough. After trying various knitted linings, I came up with this idea. It’s thick, warm, and heavy enough to keep all but the worst of the winter winds out!
It’s the sister pattern to my Woodland Mittens.
For questions and support, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The result is a cabled hat knit in the round from the brim up, using a provisional cast on to create a double-layered, lined hat. It is completely reversible, so you don’t have to worry about which way you wear it!
This pattern has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.
Blue Sample is done in Squoosh Fiber Arts Ultra Worsted. (This is an affiliate link, meaning I get a commission if you make a purchase - there's no extra cost to you!) When looking for a substitute, the yarn should have a good bit of structure to it. Something multi-ply with a high wool content is recommended.
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Sizes Available: Two.
Head Circumference: 21 (23) inches, 53 (58.5) cm
Height: 13 inches (33 cm) from edge of ribbing to top of crown.
Yarn: 366 to 400 yards (334 to 384 meters) of Worsted or Aran Yarn in two colours, Blue sample is knit in Squoosh Fiber Arts Ultra Worsted (100% Superwash Wool), and used for 1 skein of each colour.
- 4.5mm/US 7 needles for working in the round on a small circumference, (dpns or circulars) and 1 24 inch (60 cm) circular to work main body of hat.
- 1 4mm/US 6 circular needle (24 inches; 60 cm) to work ribbing of hat
- Tapestry Needle
- Cable Needle
- Stitch Marker
- Scrap yarn for Provisional cast on
18 sts and 26 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch
decreases: k2tog, p2tog, ssk, cddp
twisted stitches: p2togtbl
provisional cast on using waste yarn
working cables with a cable needle
working small circumferences in the round
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Photo Credit: Stephanie Wallace (Blue Sample), Sarah Dawn (Green Sample)
1) A woman wearing a blue cabled knit hat with the brim folded up, revealing an off-white layer underneath.
2) A green cabled hat laying flat with the brim folded up showing a second layer of knitting.
3) A green cabled hat laying flat with the brim folded up showing a second layer of knitting.