February Hat by Kate Gagnon Osborn
When thinking about what I wanted to do for my first contribution to the year of hats, I took a bunch of elements of knitting I really, really love - a folded brim, textured stitches, stripes, and a pom pom - and incorporated them all into the design.--from the Designer
Worthy of Note
This hat begins with a provisional cast on, then a deep folded brim is worked in a K1, P1 Ribbing. Once the ribbing is complete, the provisional cast on is unpicked and placed on a spare circular needle and the stitches are joined to created a folded brim. While I found it easy to place the provisionally cast–on stitches onto my larger needle, you may find it necessary to transfer the stitches to a 2nd smaller needle if the stitches are too small to fit comfortably on the larger needle.
After the brim is complete, the body of the hat is worked in a texture stripe pattern from a chart. The chart is worked 4 times around. Decreases shape the crown and a pom pom completes the look.
This yarn is ready to ship from our studio to your favorite knitting chair.
February Hat is designed by Kate Gagnon Osborn. This kit includes:
- (1) 100g semi-solid skein of yarn, please choose color combination from drop down menu
- (1) 50g semi-solid skein of yarn, please choose color combination from drop down menu
- Blue Agave 100g skein/Creamy Sheep 50g skein
- Silver Lining 100g skein/Fly Me to the Moon 50g skein
Ringmaster - worsted weight (100% superwash Merino) - 185 yards/100g. Round and super soft
The pack includes enough yarn to make one hat. Note: Shawl in photo uses Blue Agave/Creamy Sheep.
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February Hat is a free pattern. Simply purchase, print and download the pattern to your Ravelry library from the February Hat pattern listing.
Care for all of our yarns: Hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
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