Reversible Rotating Ridge Hat Pattern: knitted
This hat is worked circularly in stockinette and reverse stockinette. The increases cause the purl ridges to rotate around.
This pattern is for a 2-color knit hat worked circularly from the stem out to the i-cord brim. Using simple knit and purl to create the ridges, the increases cause the purl ridges to rotate around. It is worked on size 3 needles using my lovely Hand-dyed Sport Wool yarn.
Suited for Advanced-beginners
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Size: Hat is approximately 22″ around at i-cord band and approximately 31″ around widest part. Fits 22″ to 24″ head. To make smaller or larger, change the needle size or adjust I-cord band decreases accordingly.
Materials: Hand-dyed Sport Wool (100% wool, 184 yds per 1.75 oz skein) by Bonkers Handmade Originals:2 contrasting colored skeins. Double-pointed needles and 16″ (40cm) circular knitting needle size 3 US (3.25mm) or whatever size needed to get correct gauge; yarn needle; 4 stitch markers.
Gauge: 28 sts to 4″ in St st.
Stitches used: Knit, purl, knitting into the front and back of a stitch, purling into the front and back of a stitch, k2tog, p2tog, picking up stitches, and I-cord. Picking up stitches and I-cord are explained in the pattern.
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This pattern may be used for personal use, for gifts, or for charitable donations. It may also be used to knit or crochet items for sale on a small scale, as long as the items are made by the seller and not contracted for production. Large quantities may not be produced from this pattern. You may not distribute copies of my patterns in printed, electronic, or any other format. Please contact me if you have questions on usage, or if you have a question about knitting this project.
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