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Chunky meets feminine with a boho touch in this hat! Lots of texture shows through with an interesting all-over lace stitch that meanders vertically from the Garter st border.
One skein of vibrantly colored Montera and big needles make for a quick knit. This hat is knit from the bottom up in the round for the seamlessness that we all love.
An easy-to-wear hat that delivers a solid punch of style to any outfit. You can even choose from a less slouchy version or the slouchier version shown here as both are included in the pattern.
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Photos with model by Classic Elite yarns.
Finished Knit Measurements: Adult M: Approx. 21" circumference; 8½" tall; 10¼” for a slouchier version.
Shown in slouchier version.
Yarn Used: Classic Elite Montera (50% Llama/50% Wool); 3.5 oz/100g (127 yd/116m) per hank: 1 hank in color #3856 Majolica Blue. NOTE: Slouchier version uses the entire hank of Montera - if your gauge is not exact, you may need a second hank to complete hat.
Pattern Gauge: 15 sts and 21 rows = 4" in Stockinette stitch.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A medium, aran weight yarn in a soft wool blend with a gauge of 4 sts = 1" on size 9 [5.5mm] needles..
Total Yardage Required: 127 yds [116 m].
Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
Lion Brand Wool Spun
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!
Knitting Needles Used: Circular knitting needle (16") and dpns in size US 11 [8 mm] or size to obtain gauge.
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Posted by Frances on 26th Feb 2015
This is my fourth project. I made two scarves, one simple hat, and saw this hat and wanted to make it for gifts for family and for myself. I had to pay attention the whole time, but I finished it in yarn I had at home, acrylic med wt. It looks good to me, but I know that it would be better in the yarn recommended. Now that I know I can do it, I'll buy the good yarn. I made the slouchy version.
Posted by Linda V. on 26th Feb 2015
Made it for a friend and they love it. Used a Peruvian Wool, worsted weight and love the way it turned out.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Feb 2015
This was an easy pattern to follow and love the way this hat fits.
Posted by Beulah on 28th Jan 2015
I have not made this yet but have read the pattern over and will be making it before long. It will be an easy pattern to follow!
Posted by Gwen on 14th Jan 2015
It took me just 3 days, working part time to knit this hat. It was fun and easy.
Posted by Brooke on 10th Jan 2015
I made this slouchy hat for my 13 year old daughter for Christmas. It knit up quickly and easily and she loves it. The pattern was well written.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2015
A easy hat to knit. It worked up fast and has been a pleasure to wear.
I have a small head and think I will make it again with less stitches to start or knit elastic in.
Posted by Karen on 4th Jan 2015
I used this pattern to make several hats as Christmas gifts for my sisters and niece. Everyone loved them and they were very easy to make. I could complete an entire hat in two evenings of watching my favorite shows (3 - 4 hours total)
Posted by Unknown on 8th Nov 2014
When I saw the photo of the Slouchy Beret I was reminded that I had some baby alpaca of a similar color. Instead of knitting the hat I used the lace pattern for a cowl. It was easy and pretty fast to knit. Best of all, it is beautiful and warm, in spite of all the holes.
Posted by Stephanie on 30th Sep 2014
This is a well written pattern and a great hat. I made the slouchier version. It looks more complicated than it is. If you want a great slouchier hat fast, this is the one!
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