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Hi Ho! Hi Ho! Hat

The Yarn Cafe
OneHandKnits
Knitting
December 2011
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in Stocking Stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
219 - 300 yards (200 - 274 m)
18-20", 20-22" & 22-24" head circumference
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This very slouchy unisex beanie is fit for one of the seven dwarves! It is a quick bottom-up knit which introduces a few novel skills to the beginner knitter: knitting in-the-round, tubular cast-on, slip stitch, cables, braided stitch, short-rows, magic loop. Written in full with an adjunct chart for those who prefer to use such. Rated as moderately easy.

MATERIALS
100g (100g: 150g) Rico Soft Merino Aran (shown in colour 043 Fern)
Waste yarn in contrasting colour for tubular cast-on
24”/ 60cm circular needle, size 4.5mm
24”/ 60cm circular needle, size 5mm or as required to achieve the tension
4 stitch markers
Cable needle
Darning needle

TENSION
25st x 22 rows = 4”/ 10cm over chart A on 5mm needles
18st x 24 rows = 4/ 10cm over stocking stitch on 5mm needles

DIMENSIONS & SIZING
Three sizes. Pattern is written as for the smallest (teen) hat with alternate instructions for the medium (adult female) and larger (adult male) sizes in brackets ().

To Fit Head
18-20”/ 45-51cm (Teen) – circumference (unstretched) 12”/ 30cm, length 12”/ 31cm
20-22”/ 51-56cm (Adult Female) – circumference 14”/ 35.5cm, length 14”/ 36cm
22-24/ 56-61cm (Adult Male) – circumference 16”/ 40.5cm, length 16”/ 41cm