The Sullivan Hat by Jenna Wingate

The Sullivan Hat

Knitting
November 2016
Aran (8 wpi) ?
1 repeat = 2 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
90 - 240 yards (82 - 219 m)
14, 16, 18, 20, 22 inch circumference
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Designed for Our Sully, this classic geometric patterned hat is ideal to use with my favorite yarn for baby gifts. A soft and relaxed fit, an easy repeat, and I find it quite satisfying to see the argyles emerge immediately.

With both charts and written explanations of decreases and increases.

Sizes:
(circumference x height)
A Baby A (14-15inch x 6inch)
B Baby B (16-17inch x 7inch)
C Toddler(18-19inch x 8.5inch)
D Child (20-21inch x 9.5inch)
E Adult (22-23inch x 12inch)
Written as: A (B, C, D, E)

Stitches Used:
CO Cast On
K knit
P purl
K2tog knit 2 together
P2tog purl 2 together
KFB knit front back
SSK slip slip knit
FO finish off
Materials:
Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton*
MC (main color)
- 55(75,95,115,135)yards
AC (accent color)
- 45(60,75,90,105)yards
#6 (4.00mm) knitting needles in

  • 12/16 inch circulars
  • DPN’s 1 ring marker 1 locking marker Tapestry Needle

For substitution purposes, I Love This Cotton is on the lighter side of a #4 weight yarn.

Yardage, Full materials list, and Stitches Used are available on the blog at:
http://www.jennawingatedesigns.com/2016/11/the-sullivan-h...
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