Telford Hat by Jacquline Rivera

Telford Hat

Knitting
November 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette in the rnd
US 9 - 5.5 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
60 - 106 yards (55 - 97 m)
Child(Teen, Adult Small, Adult Large) size has an approximate head circumference of 18.5(20, 21.5, 23) inches
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Telford is a small town in Pennsylvania that holds a special place in my family’s heart. With a cable pattern on one side and ribbing on the other, the Telford Hat gives me the cozy feeling of big family dinners, hot chocolate, and building snowmen. Whether you’re heading to work on a cold morning or visit family, the Telford Hat is a quick knit with charted and written directions to help you knit faster and get that last-minute gift finished with time to spare for another glass of grandpa’s famous spiked eggnog.

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This pattern is knit from the brim to the crown and includes both charted and written instructions.

Sizing: Child(Teen, Adult Small, Adult Large) size has an approximate head circumference of 18.5(20, 21.5, 23) inches

If you are knitting this as a gift, the Adult Small will fit the heads of most women and the Adult Large will fit most men.

Recommended Yarn: One skein of Lattes & Llamas Beefcake Yarn (100 grams/ 106 yards) or approximately 60(70, 80, 90) grams/ 64(75, 86, 97) yards of a comparable bulky weight yarn.

Samples is shown in ‘Prince Eric’s Eyes.’

Please note that modifications to the pattern, such as not matching gauge, will affect the total number of yards you will need.

Needles: US9 /5.5 mm 16” circular needles and US11 / 8 mm 16” circular needles and DPNs or size needed to obtain gauge. You can also use long circular needles to work in magic loop.

Gauge: 12 sts and 20 rounds = 4” in stockinette on larger needles in the round.

Notions: 2 Stitch Markers, Cable Needle, Darning Needle, Tape Measurer, Optional Fur Pompom