#34 Piper Hat by Melinda Goodfellow

#34 Piper Hat

Knitting
March 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
3 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
70 - 130 yards (64 - 119 m)
Baby-Adult Large
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PIPER HAT for the family * PDF download

The Piper Hat is the companion to the PIPER MITTENS. It is a simple cable hat knit on circular needles and has instructions for BOTH bulky and worsted wt yarn. The instructions are easy to follow and are sized from Baby- Adult L. The Piper Hat knits up quickly and looks great on everyone. Do you have a stash of yarn, why not do some stash busting and knit a Piper Hat!

Sizes: Baby, Child, Child L/Adult S, Adult M, Adult L

Finished Measurement: approx 14(16-18-20-22)“. There’s a lot of give to this hat due to the cables.

Bulky Yarn: Hat-70(85-100-115-130) yds & Pom-pom 30 yds
Worsted wt: Hat-150(175-200-225-250) yds & Pom-pom 30 yds.

Needles: Bulky Sizes #9 & #10 1/2 circular 16”.
Worsted Sizes #5 & #7 circular 16”

Accessories: Cable Needle, 1 stitch marker, 1 tapestry needle

Gauge: Bulky 3 sts = 1 inch over stockinette st.
Worsted 5 sts= 1 inch over stockinette st.

Also check out the PIPER MITTENS.

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