Corrugated Ribbing and Colorwork in Contrasting Colors
Knit from the bottom up in the round with corrugated ribbing for the hem, this hat has a simple eight stitch repeat to form the pattern. The pattern will work best in solid and semi solid yarns with some contrast. The fit is loose, with minimal ease to help prevent “hat hair”.
Intermediate- colorwork in the round, knit, purl, increase, decrease
20 stitches and 24 rows per 4”/10 cm in Chart A, blocked
Medium (Large). Shown in size Medium.
Finished Size: 20.75 (24) inches/ 52.5 (61) cm around, 8.25 inches/ 21 cm high
To Fit Size: 22 (25) inches/ 56 (63.5) cm
MC (Light Grey): 105 (121) yards, 96 (111) meters
CC (Dark Grey): 75 (87) yards, 69 (79) meters
Sample knit in Cascade 220 Sport by Cascade Yarns (100% wool; 164 yards/150 meters per 1.75 ounces/50 gram skein) 1 skein in color Silver Grey 8401 (MC) and Charcoal Grey 8400 (CC).
-US #6/4 mm 16″ circular and double pointed (dpns) needles, or size to get gauge
-Tapestry needle to weave in ends
-1 Stitch marker to mark start of round