Hipster by tincanknits

Hipster

by tincanknits
Knitting
September 2012
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
60 - 130 yards (55 - 119 m)
Baby - Adult
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Hipster Hat - by Tin Can Knits



Vancouver is full of hipsters in skinny jeans with artfully
dishevelled hair, oversized glasses, fashionably ill-fitting
coats and mismatched prints.
The hipster is clearly too cool for school, and they come by
this nonchalant but epic style naturally, right? WRONG.
They work at it EVERY DAY. It is NOT EASY.
This hat is the perfect knit for your favourite hipster: classic
but a tiny bit edgy and inside-out looking, to maintain that ‘I don’t give a damn’ ethos. Hipster can be knit in aran or DK weight yarn in sizes from proto-hipster baby to ‘I wish I was still a hipster’ grown-up.

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Pattern Info

Sizing
This pattern can be knit Aran or DK weight yarn, sized from protohipster baby to ‘I wish I was still a hipster’ Dad.
To Fit: Baby (Child, Small Adult, Medium Adult, Large Adult)
Head circumference: 16” (18”, 20”, 21”, 22”)

Yarn:
Aran weight version: 60 (80, 90, 110, 120) yds
DK weight version: 90 (110, 120, 130, 140) yds
(we used Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed Aran in
‘golden’ and Rowan Tweed)

Needles:
Aran version: US #5 / 3.75 mm and US #7 / 4.5 mm
DK version: US #3 / 3.25mm and US #5 / 3.75mm
(or as required to meet gauge); double pointed and/or
circular needles, as desired

Gauge:
Aran version: 18 sts / 4” on larger needle
DK version: 22 sts / 4” on larger needles
(gauge in stockinette stitch)

Notions: stitch marker, darning needle

Helpful Tutorials
Hat knitting tutorial
Casting onto circular needles
Knitting on double pointed needles
Magic Loop



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