This design was inspired by the simplicity of a wooden pavilion roof at the Chicago Botanic Gardens. Knit from brim to crown, this reversible ribbed beanie features pronounced slipped stitch columns that feed into the center top of the hat. The reverse side displays a smooth 3x1 rib, allowing another option for wear. Have fun pairing two yarns together to achieve interesting colorful and textural effects. I hope you enjoy knitting and playing with the different versions of this hat as much as I did!
Size One size to fit average adult head (22-24″/56- 61cm)
Yarn Worsted weight
Yardage MC – 80yds(standard), 120yds(folded brim) CC - 60yds
Needles 1 set US 6/4mm and US 7/4.5mm DPNs
Notions 4 stitch markers, tapestry needle
Gauge 22 sts = 4″/10cm in 3x1 rib (unstretched), using US 7/4.5mm needles
Pattern Notes Different sizes can be achieved by altering your gauge with different needle sizes and/or yarn weight. This hat is designed to cover the ears. If you prefer a hat that only covers the tops of the ears, work 5.5″/14cm before shaping the crown. Also included are instructions to knit this hat with a folded brim.
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