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Ribbed & Marled Hat No. 2 Knitting Pattern

Ribbed & Marled Hat No. 2 Knitting Pattern

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Buy two or more skeins of the yarn we used for this project and get the pattern for free! (automatically discounted when all are added to your cart).

Marls are my favorite thing, and so easy to add into any worsted weight pattern! Did you know most fingering weight yarns held double make worsted? The realization opened up a lot of possibilities for me.

This is a classic hat knit in the round from the bottom up in a rib. The decreases used are k2tog and ssk. For Child–Adult Large sizes you'll use 16" circulars until about halfway through decreasing, then switch to double pointed needles or longer circulars and the magic loop method to finish the decreasing. The Newborn and Baby sizes are so small you have to use DPNs or magic loop for the whole hat.

(refer to this page for skill level descriptions)

casting on, working in the round, knitting, purling, knitting in a rib, knit two together (k2tog), slip-slip-knit (ssk), working in the round on small circumferences, weaving in ends.

130 (150, 190, 220, 260) yards total of fingering weight yarn held double:
65 (75, 95, 110, 130) yards of each color.

by substituting worsted weight yarn held single yardage needed is only about half of the above

We used Woolfolk Tynd in colors #13 & 14 in our hat!

4.5 sts & 5.5 rounds per inch in 3 x 1 ribbing before blocking

US 9 / 5.5 mm 16” circulars (for Child–Adult Large sizes)
US 9 / 5.5 mm double pointed needles or 32–40” circulars (for all sizes)

scissors, darning/tapestry needle, 1 stitch marker

Fits 14–15 (16–18, 18–20, 20–22, 22–23)” heads

Newborn (Baby, Child, Adult Small, Adult Large)

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