BURLAP WEAVE HAT
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BURLAP WEAVE HAT is a beanie designed with a very slight slouch. It features an all-over ribbing pattern interspersed with slipped-stitches that produces a woven effect.
This hat was inspired by the sheer simplicity of the stitch pattern. It always amazes me how much one can do in knitting, just by using knits, purls and slipped stitches.
The stitch pattern yields quite a stretchy fabric and is completely reversible. The reverse side has a very subtle texture which is also a lovely surprise. (Refer 3rd picture above)
|YARN REQUIREMENTS |
90~120/82~110 (150~200/137~183, 170~220/155~201)yards/meters of worsted weight yarn.
|YARN USED IN SAMPLE |
Cascase Yarns Cascade 220 Heathers.
|FINISHED MEASUREMENTS |
Hat Circumference / Hat Height
14/7.25(17/8.25, 19/9) inches
24sts/36rows per 4 inch using 3.25mm needles, in stockinette st, in the round, washed and blocked.
US3 3.25mm circular needle, minimum 16”/ 40cm.
Stitch markers, Tapestry needle.