This whimsical clock tam has a lot of options. There is a colorwork and a cabled version of this hat which resembles a clock with numbers around the face. There are also several number options—choose between serif font, sans serif font, Roman numerals, or even Binary for the technologically inclined! If wearing it isn’t enough, you can also use this pattern to make a real working clock. This kit will make up to five hats, and maybe more-you’ll never run out of time!
Requires one 50 gram ball each of Palette in Chicory, Bluebell, Custard, Mai Tai Heather, Conch, and Rose Hip, and one 100 gram hank of Bare Peruvian Wool Fingering weight yarn.
You will need US Size 2 (2.75mm) 32” - 16” circular and DPN needles. If you want to make a functioning clock you will need a clock motor/hands and a sturdy paper plate.
Colorwork version: 32 stitches and 32 rows per 4” knit in stranded stockinette stitch in the round
Cabled version: 32 stitches and 40 rows per 4” knit in stockinette stitch in the round