Coast Oak Hat by Stephannie Tallent
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Coast Oak Hat

Knitting
December 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22.5 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in cable pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
230 - 270 yards (210 - 247 m)
S/M Beanie (M/L Beanie)
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Please note there are currently two PDFs: one for the Ava version, the other for the Sleek DK version.

Sportweight Version
Sizes
S (M, L) Slouchy Beanie

Finished Measurements
Circumference: 19 (21, 23¼)”/ 48 (53.5, 59) cm

Height: 10½”/ 26.5 cm with brim unfolded

Yarn
Anzula Ava, 80% Merino Wool / 10% cashmere / 10% Nylon (330 yds / 302m per 4.02 oz / 114 g), 1 (2, 2) skeins approx 302 (336, 369) yds / 276 (307, 337) m, shown in Orchid, size M.

Needles
US2 / 2.75mm needles or size needed to obtain gauge
US1.5/2.5mm neeedles or one size smaller than size used to obtain gauge
Your choice DPNs, two circulars, or one circularr/ Magic Loop

Gauge
38 sts and 44 rounds in 4”/ 10 cm average over cabled pattern, blocked

Notions
(1) stitch marker; cable needle; yarn needle

Skills
Cabling
Novel decreases (definitions given)
Stitch patterns are both charted and written

DK Version

Sizes
S/M Beanie (M/L Beanie)

Finished Measurements
Circumferece: 19½ (22½) in / 49 (57.5) cm
Height: 10 in / 25.5 cm with brim unfolded

Yarn
Kismet Fiber Works Sleek DK, 50% Superwash Merino/ 50% silk (230 yds / 210m per 3.53 oz / 100g), 1 (2)skeins approx 230 (270) yds / 210 (247) m, shown in Onyx.

Needles
US4 / 3.5mm needles or size needed to obtain gauge
US3 / 3.25mm needles or one size smaller than needles above

Gauge
22.5 sts and 36 rounds in 4 in / 10 cm average over cabled pattern, blocked
Please note that due to the characteristics of this yarn that the blocked cable pattern is much bigger than the unblocked cable pattern.

Notions
(1) stitch marker; cable needle; yarn needle

Skills
cabling
Stitch patterns are both charted and written

Note: Substitute p2tog for ssp on Row 3/St 6 and Row 23/St 6 of the chart and in the Line by Line Instructions.

Corrected definitions
2/2 LC p2tog Slip purl stitch to right hand needle. Slip two stitches to cable needle, hold in front. Slip purl st back to left hand needle, p2tog, p1; k2 from cable needle.

2/2 RC p2tog Slip two stitches to cable needle, hold in back, k2; p1 from cable needle. Slip remaining purl st from cable needle back to left hand needle, p2tog.