By Laura Spargo Anderson
A super bulky, slightly slouchy hat with a twisted rib brim. Perfect for those cool camping mornings.
-1 skein of Wool Ease Quick and Thick Stripes yarn(shown in Hudson Bay)
-Size 15 12” circular knitting needles to get gauge
-Size 11 12” circular knitting needles or 2 sizes smaller than gauge(use double pointed for the smaller sizes)
-set of Size 15 double pointed needles or size to get gauge(or use magic loop technique instead.
Gauge: 9sts=4” in stockinette stitch
Sizes: baby(toddler, child, woman, man) finished measurements are approximately 12(14,16,18, 20)inches at brim
With smaller needle size, cast on 28(32,36,40,44)stitches.
Work twisted rib as follows:
Row 1: *K1 through back loop, P1* across.
Repeat Row 1 until brim measures 1”(1 ¼,1 ½,1 ¾,2)” from cast on edge.
Switch to larger needles.
Knit every row until piece measures 6”(7,8,9,10)” from cast on edge.
Switch to double pointed needles when needed or use magic loop technique.
Row 1: *K2tog* across.
Row 2: *K2tog* across.
Row 3(sizes T and W only): *K2tog* across.
Row 3(sizes B, C, and M only): *K2tog* until last 3 stitches, K3tog.
Stitch count should be 3(4,4,5,5)sts.
Cut yarn leaving a 12” tail.
With a blunt needle, thread through the remaining stitches purlwise and pull tight.
Weave in ends and block.
Questions? Contact Laura at email@example.com Subject: Camp.
(This pattern is for personal use and charity/gift knitting only. Distributing this pattern and selling items made from this pattern is prohibited and violates my rights as the designer. Consideration for use of this pattern for profit on a small scale can be made by contacting Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Camp.)