Crown Point by Kay Hopkins

Crown Point

November 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in gauge provided for larger hat sizes//Stockinette using larger needles and in round
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
19 inches / 48.25 cm // instructions given for larger sizes
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Tis the Season is a fun collection of 4 hats perfect for gift knitting and colder weather. Make them for your guys and gals and for yourself!

Crown Point can be worn as a close fitting hat or a little bigger and slouchier with a pom pom. The cables are fun to make and to wear and really show off a beautiful yarn.

Crown Point is a great way to use up stash and leftover yarn from other projects!

The Crown Point Hat is truly unisex and can be made in many yarn weights. The size will vary depending on yarn weight and gauge.

INSPIRATION: Crown Point (also known as Thor’s Heights or Thor’s Crown) is a promontory on the Columbia River Gorge and a state park in Oregon. Crown Point and the Vista House Observatory is a scenic lookout along the Historic Columbia River Highway, with a stunning panoramic view of the the Columbia River. It is 733 feet above the river.

The pattern has been professionally tech edited and tested. Instructions are both written and charted.
Circumference: Brim - 19 inches / 48.25 cm Body - 20 inches / 50.75 cm if gauge is 26 sts in 4 inches.

Gauges and sizes are:
26 sts in 4 inches = 19 inch circumference
24 sts in 4 inches = 20.5 inch circumference
22 sts in 4 inches = 22.5 inch circumference
20 sts in 4 inches = 25 inch circumference

Madeline Tosh DK; (100% Merino) 225 yds 206m/4.4 oz 125g; Color: Great Grey Owl.


Hazel Knits Lively DK; (90% Merino, 10% nylon) 275 yds 251m/4.59 oz 130g; Color: Hoppy Blonde.

Estimated Yarn Required
Total Estimated Yarn Required (without pom pom): approx. 200 yds / 183m.

Yarn usage will vary depending on gauge and specific yarn.
Accessible to an advanced beginner.  

Skills Used: Basic knit stitches, decreases, cable stitches (instructions included in chart key).