Short Description: There’s nothing cozier than cables, and what’s better than playing with them on a geometric, wear with anything hat. The Dulwich sample was knit out of a locally grown wool found at a festival, and the design is a great way to use similarly special skeins of yarn that are available to you.
Gauge: 18 stitches x 26 rounds = 10cm (4”) in reverse stockinette stitch; 27 stitches x 32 rounds = 10cm (4”) in cable chart
Finished Measurements: Child Size: 44.5cm (17.5”) circumference, 18.5cm (7.25”) or 21.5cm (8.5”) long; Adult Small Size: 49cm (19.25”) circumference, 21cm (8.25”) or 24cm (9.5”) long; Adult Large Size: 53.5cm (21”) circumference, 23cm (9”) or 26cm (10.25”) long
Materials Used: 100g sport or light DK weight yarn; 300m (328yds) If you are using a sport weight for this hat, lofty woollen spun yarns work best in the required gauge. If you are using a smooth worsted spun yarn, aim for something that is closer to a DK weight.
Needle Size: 4.5mm (US 7), at least 100cm [40”] length circular needle, double-pointed needles, or short 40cm (16”) circular needle, or size to obtain gauge
Pattern Includes: Written and charted instructions, 2 hat length options in 3 circumferences, video tutorial for cast on method
Skill Level: Intermediate
Other Details: Notions: cable needle, stitch marker/progress keeper, tapestry needle, tape measure, scissors, small 6.5cm (2.5”) diameter pom pom maker (optional)