This pattern is designed for use with 1 Worsted 5-Skein Mini Gradient Kit (50g/80yds per skein). 120 yards needed in total for hat. Shown in colorway Rocky Shore Hues. Choose any color you like, though. If using any other worsted weight yarn, 1 skein will do the trick. You'll need US Size 8 (5.00 mm) 16" circular needles and DPNs.
Why You'll Adore This Hat:
•Unisex! Yep, great for both sexes.
•Need a quick gift? Here ya go. This pattern is sure to please the recipient.
•Make it with a fabulous pom pom or without. It looks great both ways.
•Intermediate level. You'll need a basic grasp on knitting and the various knit stitches.
•A simple stitch pattern and gradient yarn work together to help this hat climb to new heights.
•Wear it slouchy with the brim down, or closer to the head with the brim rolled up. You choose.
Designed by Emily Walton
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Errata: Row 14 of Crown should read: *P2, K1, rep from * to end of rnd.
The yarn colors really pop with these stitches.
I’m a new knitter too, so this took me a few weekends to get. I enjoyed being able to learn several new things at once— following a unique pattern, circular needles, etc. without getting too complex. This is NOT a “knit for distraction” type of project... To get the pattern right, and to make the most out of it, use a solid color yarn or a yarn that transitions from one color to another, and pay attention to the pattern. I used a mixed-color type of yarn and the beauty of the pattern was a bit lost. Fun project, will probably make it again.
Loved making this hat! Great pattern, very easy to follow. I will definitely be making another one (or 4!) of these! Thanks Chandi!
I am a newbee knitter and not very experienced in knitting terms or knitting in general. I loved the pattern. I just started the decreasing section and all is still going great. I will post a pic once completed. Very easy to understand and makes a great pattern.
I made this hat on my long weekend away visiting the in laws it was easy enough to be able to visit and pick up and put down but interesting
This was a real simple hat pattern to make and one I may suggest my 4H kids class to consider making. It was a fun and quick knit with an easy to read pattern that gives the hat great texture and style.
The pattern is so unique and calls your eyes to look again.
Easy to read very adaptable as well if you wanted to go longer add more rows with the brim. Looks great in a solid color as well.
Easy to follow and will be used many more times to come..thank you
Simple pattern, looks great with every yarn, but I'll use smaller needles for ribbing.