Dancing Fireflies Hat
Fireflies dancing around, hidden from sight, twisting intricate cables in their rhythm, driven to warm the wearer … secretly celebrating with their dance, onwards to warm another, dancing in the rhythm of the clinks of our needles and the motion of our hands, as we compose their melody.
Dancing Fireflies Hat is worked in the round, from the bottom up to the crown. Charted and written instructions. US and metric measurements.
The coordinating Dancing Fireflies Cowl has a similar pattern, but in this pattern, the yarn-overs are closed, or minimized, to add warmth.
100% merino wool
192 meters (210 yards) / 100 g
Shown in: #MM102 Sealing Wax
Hat requires approximately 130 meters (142 yards) of yarn
4.5 mm (US 7) double-pointed needles
5 mm (US 8) double-pointed needles
Or adjust needle size as necessary to obtain correct gauge
stitch markers (optional)
One Size, to fit head circumference
52 – 57 cm
20½ - 22½ inches
The fit of this hat is intended to be slouchy, but alternately, you can omit one repeat of the body pattern for a non-slouchy beanie. This will reduce the finished height by approximately 6 cm / 2¼ inches.
17.5 stitches / 24 rows = 10 cm (4 inches) in pattern