Seacliff Hat by Shanna Felice
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Seacliff Hat

Knitting
February 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
180 - 218 yards (165 - 199 m)
XS/S (M/L)
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This unisex hat is the garnishment for our Seacliff cardigan, gaining it’s inspiration from the towering cliffs of the northern coastlines.
There you will find the Kittiwake, nesting along the highest regions of the steep rocks that line the cold seas of the arctic. These small
birds begin their lives in the danger and uncertainty of the windy cliff side and forge ahead to the seas to survive.The texture and cable
detail mimic the cliffs in which they dwell. In addition to aesthetics, the textured stitches also act as a thermal fabric to keep you nice
and warm during your next visit to the arctic. It is sure to be your new favorite cozy hat!

Features
The Seacliff hat is worked seamlessly in the round from the bottom up with optional pom pom embellishment to make with your left over yarn. The brim is constructed to be folded.
Cabled and textured stitches are both charted and written for your choice to follow.
Links to helpful video tutorials are also provided!

Materials
Sizes: XS/S (M/L).
Finished brim: 18 (20)”, 45.75 (51) cm.
Yarn: Lambstrings Ewetopia Worsted (218/ 100g) (Shown in “Kittiwake” colorway)
1 skein or
approx. 180 (218) yds of worsted weight yarn. This includes pom pom.
Needles: US#7 and #8 36” circular needles for magic loop method or DPN’s.
Gauge: 20 sts/ 28 rows= 4” on larger needles, or size to obtain gauge.
Cable needle.
Tapestry needle.
1 stitch marker.
Pom pom maker (optional).

This hat is designed to be fitted around your head with little to no positive ease, but can be easily modified to your liking by simply adding stitches.
Note: Any modifications to this pattern may require more/less yardage than suggested.

Special thanks to Raveler JaymieM for proofing my design :)