Lullington Hat by Jen Arnall-Culliford

Lullington Hat

March 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch in the round
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
120 yards (110 m)
One size only 50-58cm (19½-22¾in)
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Garter stitch and a springy cable make this a cosy hat

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To fit head circumferece: 50-58cm (19½-22¾in)
Actual outside hat circumference (unstretched): 53cm (20¾in)
Length from brim to crown (unstretched): 20.5cm (8in)

Needles & Accessories
1 set 4.5mm (UK 7/US 7) double-pointed needles or your preferred needles for working in the round.
1 set 5mm (UK 6/US 8) double-pointed needles or your preferred needles for working in the round
Cable needle
Stitch markers
Pompom (optional)

Pattern Notes
This hat is worked in the round, using an aran weight yarn with excellent stitch definition. The Toft wool is very soft but also sturdy and springy.
The garter stitch body of the hat is quite thick, so the hat circumference (measured on the outside), belies a snugger fit on the inside. Garter stitch in the round is worked by alternately knitting and purling rounds.
I had just 4g of yarn remaining from my 100g ball, so if your tension varies a little from mine, you may need more yarn.

Technical Editing: Rachel Atkinson
Photography: Jesse Wild
Page Layout: Nic Blackmore