Roebling Hat by Jaclyn Salem

Roebling Hat

DK (11 wpi) ?
6 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette in the round
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
175 - 225 yards (160 - 206 m)
Women's Medium, Men's Medium
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Roebling is a hat pattern inspired by my favorite Brooklyn neighborhood (DUMBO) and one of my favorite New York City sites—the Brooklyn Bridge. The bridge was conceived by German immigrant and civil engineer John Augustus Roebling in 1852, and became a real family affair when his son, Washington, and his wife, Emily, saw the bridge to its beautiful completion! The Brooklyn Bridge and the waterfront at DUMBO are some of my most favorite places on earth. No matter what time of year or what time of day, this is a place that holds the happiest of memories. In the summer and autumn especially, one of my most favorite things to do is ride the 6 train to the Brooklyn Bridge stop in Manhattan, and the walk across the bridge at sunset to the Brooklyn borough.

• 1 skein of DK-weight yarn. You might need more if you plan on making a pom pom in the same yarn.

• U.S. 5 (brim)
• U.S. 6 (body)
or sizes needed to obtain gauge.

6 stitches = 1 inch of stockinette stitch in the round on larger needle size

This hat comes in two sizes: Women’s Medium and Men’s Medium

• Stitch markers
• Cable needle
• Tapestry needle

Techniques Used
• knitting and purling
• cabling
• decreasing