Invisicrown by Nathan Taylor
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Invisicrown

Knitting
September 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch in the Round
US 5 - 3.75 mm
208 - 219 yards (190 - 200 m)
Large slouchy hat, will fit most heads. Can also be customised to fit.
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

The Invisicrown is a simple beanie with a difference.

The way the crown decreases have been arranged, they are almost completely invisible - hence: Invisicrown!

Start with a tubular cast on, for 2x2 ribbing (link to tutorial included in the pattern), work the desired length in stocking stitch, then work the decreases as specified for a smooth crown that really shows off the colours in your yarn, without any unsightly interruptions!

The Invisicrown is fully customisable - want to use a different yarn weight? Different Needles? Sure thing - just work out your stitch count, and away you go!

Want a long slouchy hat? Great. Prefer a shorter, more head-hugging beanie? No problem. The choice is yours.

The joy of a tubular cast on for a hat is that there is no hard edge to the cuff of your hat, and it’s really stretchy too! Just follow the instructions in the pattern, and you can’t go far wrong.

This really could be the beanie pattern to end all beanie patterns.
Make yours today, and the best thing is, it’s totally free!