Autumn Dreamer Hat by Kalurah Hudson
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Autumn Dreamer Hat

Knitting
October 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
in Garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
180 yards (165 m)
Size Average Adult - small (18-20"), medium (20-22") and large (22-25") head circumference
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Designed as a companion piece to my Autumn Dreamer shawl.

The Autumn Dreamer hat features a unique and striking ribbed cable pattern. The edging is knit in a contrast color in garter stitch, allowing the cable pattern to truly shine.
Worsted weight wool creates plump stitch definition and makes this a relatively quick and satisfying knit.

The special cables create a 4X1 rib that expands once blocked, so it’s highly recommended that you use a natural fiber, instead of acrylic or high percentage acrylic blend.

Yardage:
Approximately 140 yards of worsted weight for Main Color
Approximately 40 yards of worsted weight for Contrast Color

Sizing:
Pattern is written in a size Average Adult small (18-20”), medium (20-22”) & large (22-25”).

Blocked Hat measurements:
Small: 8” wide at brim, 8” depth
Medium: 9” wide at brim, 8.5” depth
Large: 10” wide at brim, 9 ” depth
Cable pattern has negative ease of up to 4”, so there’s plenty of stretch if you want to block to a slouchier size. Garter brim has negative ease of up to 1”.
Note: Use a stretchy cast on for brim.

Pattern includes a chart as well as written instructions. A link to video tutorials on the cable stitches is also provided.

This pattern includes an “open license” which allows the knitter to sell the finished item.