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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].
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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 Barbara Fortune on 2nd Dec 2013
Love the shape and easy to follow pattern.
Posted by Margaret on 29th Nov 2013
I had some left over Noro Taiyo from a project and went on the hunt for something small to make. found this pattern and thought it would be great for my grandaughter for Christmas. Well, it was perfect! Easy to follow, fast to knit up and blocked perfectly. I should have gone down another size in needles as it is quite large in diameter.... 12". But my grandaughter has a lot of hair, so I figure she will love it!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2013
This pattern was not a difficult as I thought it would be. It is a cute hat that my granddaughter loves.
Posted by Denise on 23rd Nov 2013
I needed a slouchy hat for a young lady we know who wouldn't be caught dead in something unfashionable no matter how cold she got. When I found this pattern, I was delighted. It was pretty simple to knit, and the size was perfect when I changed to US 10 needles. I am very happy with this pattern.
Posted by Sandi K. on 22nd Nov 2013
As always, Katherine created a beautiful pattern. I have many of Katherine's patterns. Not only are they unique and gorgeous, they are without a doubt the best written patterns I've come across in terms of ease of understanding. As a rule, I need a video to easily understand certain stitches, pattern 'lingo', etc. This is not so with Katherine's creations. Her instructions are so clear and detailed it makes knitting, for me, a challenge but not one that frustrates me to the point of tears like some do! Thank you, once again, 'Sweaterbabe' for this winner!
Posted by Rose on 22nd Nov 2013
As always, a quality, professional pattern with fabulous results :-)
Posted by DeeDee on 22nd Nov 2013
What a great pattern! It was easy to knit up, and the finished result is cute! I used yarn that was spun here in Iraq, where I live, and now I'm dying it to give as a gift. I think she'll LOVE IT!
Posted by Sue on 6th Nov 2013
So easy, now my whole family of girls will want one.
Posted by Vivian Brown on 30th Oct 2013
Made the hat with the recommended yarn. Then made 4 more with different yarn, self striping, dk weight, worsted weight and chunky weight. all hats came out lovely and all granddaughter and great granddaughters enjoyed their very own hat.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Oct 2013
Such a good pattern, easy to knit & looks great!
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