Abernathy Hat by Terri Kruse

Abernathy Hat

by Terri Kruse
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December 2011
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows
in Stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
Small [Medium, Large]
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I just loved that center cable from the Abernathy sweater so much that I had to put it on a hat. There is something about working that quirky sequence that is just so much fun! This hat is knit from the brim up in a superwash dk weight yarn. It can be knit in a “cap”style or a slouchy hat style. Though make note that to get the “slouchy” style, you will need to block the hat to achieve full slouchy potential.

Small [Medium, Large]

Finished Measurements
unstretched and blocked
(circumference): 15 16.25, 17.5 inches. Hat will
stretch up to 4-5 inches.
stretched to fit:17-19 20-22, 23-24
length: 6.5 7, 8, 8.5 inches for regular lengthy hat 8,
9, 9
for slouchy version.

Gauge (washed and blocked)
In the stockinette section of the hat:
22 sts and 28 rows = 4in
Abernathy Cable section of the hat:
24 sts and 28 rows = 4in

Plucky Knitter Merino Lite 100% Merino; 230 yards,
Color: Elmer T (dark) vintage topaz (light)
1 skein.

1- US6/4mm 16-inch circular needle
1 set of US6/4mm double pointed needles
or needle size to obtain gauge. Also, if you like the 2x2
ribbed band a little tighter, you may go down a few
needle sizes for the ribbing section.

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