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Chudley Cannons Hat

© Potterdelphia


1 skein of Moda Dea Metro yarn, #9317 Vanilla (MC)
1 skein of Moda Dea Metro yarn, #9112 Black (CC)
US8 (5.0 mm) circular needles
4 or 5 US8 (5.0 mm) double-pointed needles
Yarn needles
Stitch marker


14 sts per 4” (10 cm) and 28 rows per 4” (10 cm)


Cast on 72 sts in MC on circular needles.

Slip stitch marker and join in round.

Rnds 1-4: K4, P4 ribbing.

Rnd 5: Knit 1 round in MC.

Rnds 6-8: Knit 3 rounds in CC.

Rnds 9-10: Knit 2 rounds in MC.

Rnds 11-13: Knit 3 rounds in CC.

Rnds 14-23: Knit 10 rounds in MC.

Rnds 24-26: Knit 3 rounds in CC.

Rnds 27-28: Knit 2 rounds in MC.

Rnds 29-31: Knit 3 rounds in CC.

Switch to DPN (or do so when the circular needles are too tight).

Rnd 32: * K2Tog, K3, rep from * to end.

Rnd 33: * K2Tog, K2, rep from * to end.

Rnds 34-36: Knit 3 rounds.

Rnd 37: * K2Tog, K2, rep from * to end.

Rnd 38-40: Knit 3 rounds.

Rnd 41: * K2Tog, K1, rep from * to end.

Rnd 42: Knit 1 round.

Rnd 43 * K2Tog, rep from * to end.

Use the yarn needle to thread yarn through remaining stitches.

Remove DPNs and turn inside out.

Pull yarn tight and weave in ends.

Final Product

Chudley Cannons Hat


Potterdelphia’s tutorial was taken with permission.

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