Let It Snow Hat by Kay Hopkins

Let It Snow Hat

December 2018
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette using medium needles
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
175 - 200 yards (160 - 183 m)
S, M, L Circumference: 17.5(20.25, 23.25) inches / 44(52, 59)cm
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This is the 3rd hat in my Let It Snow Collection ebook.

I love snowflakes and simply had to create an easy snowflake design for my winter hat collection! I also needed a large size hat to donate to the homeless shelter in our church on Christmas Eve. It kind of slipped around on my daughter’s head during the photo shoot but we had fun with it. Instructions do include S, M, L sizes.

The bold, geometric pattern on this hat is worked using only one color on any given round and instructions are included for both a slouchy hat and a beanie shape.

This pattern is a great introduction to colorwork without the hassle of carrying two strands of yarn at once.

The hat is truly unisex and can be made with or without the pom pom.

What a great way to use up stash and leftover yarn from other projects!

Construction is bottom up, seamless, and worked in the round.

The instructions are both charted and written and the pattern has been professionally tech edited and tested.
S, M, L Circumference: 17.5(20.25, 23.25) inches / 44(52, 59)cm

Depth of hat: 8.5(9.5, 10.5) inches / 21.5(24, 26.5)cm
(1-2 inches shorter for beanie shape.)


MC: Madeline Tosh Silk Merino (50% merino, 50% silk); 205 yds (187m)/3.5 oz 100g; color Raspberry Cordial.

CC: Sweet Georgia mohair Silk DK (90% merino, 5% silk, 5% goat-mohair); 218 yds (200m)/3.5 oz 100g; color Snowfall.

Estimated Yarn Required:
MC: 102 yds / 93.5m.
CC: 73 yds / 66m

Total Yarn Required (without pom pom): approx. 175 yds / 160m.

Yarn usage will vary depending on gauge and specific yarn used as well as options chosen.
Accessible to an advanced beginner knitter.  
Skills Used: Decreases, slipped stitch (mosaic) color work.