“When he’s not wearing it, you put it on and the scent triggers a warm memory. Hats hold warm memories.”
Loopn’ Threads Design
12” around (stretches to fit sizes)
9 1/2” tall with 4” folded brim
13 1/2” tall unfolded brim
Simply Wool Worsted (100% Eco Wool)
218 yards per 100 grams
1 hank in color Wana
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 6 (4MM) 16” circular needles
US 6 (4MM) double-pointed needles
Tapestry needles, marker, measuring
4.5 – 5 sts = 1” on #6 – 9 needles (4.0mm-5.5mm)
This hat is worked from the bottom
up and switched to double-pointed
needles when decreasing.
With circular needles, CO 92 sts. Join,
taking care not to twist sts, and pm for
Round 1: K2, P2 – repeat ribbing until
work measures 12 3/4-13”.
*NOTE* Switch to double-pointed needles
when your round gets too tight for
circular needles. I recommend it at the start
of a new round. Move marker or use your
tail as a mark when using dpns.
*K2, P2TOG.* Repeat from * around. 69 sts left.
Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts around. 69 sts left.
*K2TOG, p1.* Repeat from * around. 46 sts left.
Knit the knit sts and purl the purl sts around until you have 1 st left. Slip this st from your left needle to your right needle. Remove marker and slip that same st back over to the left needle. PM. 46 sts left.
K2TOG around. 23 sts left.
Knit around evenly. 24 sts left.
Cut yarn and leave a long tail to
thread through your tapestry needle
and weave through live stitches and
sinch your work. Weave in your ends
to secure and cut. Weave in any
CO Cast on
PM Place marker
EOR End of round
K2TOG Knit 2 together