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© Jackie Lauseng of JL Yarnworks
1 skein of Patons Classic Merino in Grey Mix
US5 (3.75mm) 16" (40.64 cm) circular needles
US5 (3.75mm) double-pointed needles
28 stitches and 36 rows per 4 inches (10.16 cm)
Cast on 110 using the Alternate Cable Cast On.
Rows 1-16: [K1, P1] rib around
Rows 17-20: [K6, P5] around
Row 21: [K6, P1, YO, P2tog, P2] around
Row 22: [K6, P5] around
Row 23: [K6, P2, YO, P2tog, P1] around
Row 24: [K6, P5] around
Row 25: [K6, P3, YO, P2tog] around
Row 26: [K6, P5] around
Row 27: [Slip 3 stitches onto cable needle and hold in front of work, K3, knit stitches on
cable needle, P5] around
Row 28-33: [K6, P5] around
Row 34: [K6, P1, YO, P2tog, P2] around
Row 35: [K6, P5] around
Row 36: [K6, P2, YO, P2tog, P1] around
Row 37: [K6, P5] around
Row 38: [K6, P3, YO, P2tog] around
Row 39: [K6, P5] around
Row 40: [Slip 3 stitches onto cable needle and hold in front of work, K3, knit stitches on
cable needle, P5] around
Repeat rows 28-40 once more for a child's hat and twice more for a woman's hat.
Row 1: [K6, P5] around
Row 2: [K6, P2tog, P3] around
Row 3: [K6, P2tog, P2] around
Row 4: [K6, P2tog, P1] around
Row 5: K6, K2tog [K5, K2tog] around
Author's Note: You will include the first knit stitch of the next row in your final K2tog. From here on out, the final K2tog will end with the first stitch of the next row.
Row 6: K5, K2tog [K4, K2tog] around
Row 7: K4, K2tog [K3, K2tog] around
Row 8: K3, K2tog [K2, K2tog] around
Row 9: K2, K2tog [K1, K2tog] around
Row 10: K2tog around
Row 11: K2tog around
Cut the yarn and pull it through the remaining 5 stitches.
Tuck in ends.
Jackie Lauseng's tutorial was taken with permission from jlyarnworks.blogspot.com.
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