Stone Stacking Hat by Nicole Montgomery

Stone Stacking Hat

Knitting
November 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
110 - 160 yards (101 - 146 m)
15" (17", 19.5") : baby/small child (grade school child/sm adult, medium/large adult)
This pattern is available for $4.99 USD
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You’ll be on-trend with this mock-cabled toque. No cable needle necessary, but you’ll most likely want to add a pom pom to top off your wintery look!

Available Sizes: 15” (17”, 19.5”) circumference, intended to fit a head 17”-19” (20” - 22”, 22”-24”) in circumference - choose the size that is 3 to 5 inches smaller than actual head circumference. The model has a 21” head and is wearing the 17” size.

Materials Needed:
• 110 (135, 160) yds aran-weight yarn (Sample shown was made form Quince & Co Osprey yarn in the “Audouin” colorway. 100% American Wool, 170 yds /100g)

• US Size 7 / 4.5mm circular needle
• Set of four dpns, US Size 7 needle / 4.5mm (optional)
• pom pom (purchased or made)
• yarn needle & one traveling stitch marker

Techniques Used:
• Working in-the-round
• slipping stitches
• passing a slipped stitch over the next stitch
Decreases:
• K2tog
• SSK
Increase:
• Increase 1 stitch to 3 stitches (detailed written instructions + a tutorial video are both provided in the pattern)
• Pattern includes fully written instructions as well as charted instructions for the main pattern stitch and the decrease section, so you can use whichever you are most comfortable with.

The Stone Stacking Hat pattern is available as a single pattern for $4.99 or as part of a 4-hat eBook set called #SquadHats for $9.99!

The first 50 eBook customers will receive an ultrasuede Trappings & Trinkets tag in the mail. If you would like to request whether you receive a double-sided gray tag or a single-sided brown tag, please send me a pm on Ravelry immediately after making your eBook purchase. Tags will be mailed to the address connected to your Paypal account within 7 days of your eBook purchase.

Big thanks to mlb & sandyvar, the eagle-eyed test knitters who helped me work the kinks out of this pattern!