Rice Bowl Hat by Gabrielle Vézina

Rice Bowl Hat

Knitting
December 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in 2 color seed stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
88 - 310 yards (80 - 283 m)
12 (14.25, 16.25, 17.5 // 19.75, 21.75, 24)"
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Rice Bowl Hat will keep your head so very warm during the colder days of winter! It starts with a ribbing that can be folded for an extra layer of warmth, and is followed by a two colors seed stitch pattern that creates a thick and warm fabric because of the stranded colorwork technique. The pattern includes 7 sizes so the whole family will be happy to enjoy playing outside for longer!

Sizes
Newborn (Baby, Toddler, Child // Adult S, Adult M, Adult L)
Hat circumference: 12 (14.25, 16.25, 17.5 // 19.75, 21.75, 24)“

Yarn and yardage
Worsted weight yarn in 3 colorways
Color A: 26 (31, 46, 56 // 76, 85, 98) yds
Color B: 35 (40, 59, 82 // 98, 110, 128) yds
Color C: 27 (32, 47, 57 // 77, 86, 101) yds

Shown in Spud and Chloë Sweater
Color A: Firecracker (7509)
Color B: Igloo (7517)
Color C: Beluga (7521)

Difficulty
Intermediate: knitting in the round, stranded colorwork technique, basic stitches.

Note
To create a thick and warm fabric, this pattern is knit using a tight gauge. Knitting a swatch in pattern is recommended. Play with your needle size or use DK yarn if you are getting a looser gauge than what the pattern calls for.


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