Gem Box Hat by Shell Feda

Gem Box Hat

Knitting
December 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches
in slip stitch pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
120 - 150 yards (110 - 137 m)
Small (Large)
low vision format available
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Pattern Description
The Gem Box Hat is the companion to the Gem Box Cowl. Featuring cathedral-like arches soaring between stained-glass “gem boxes”, it’s an excellent choice for showcasing small skeins of luxury yarn. The slip-stitch pattern breaks up color runs, preventing pooling in hand-painted skeins. It’s a quick, engaging knit, suitable for everyone from intrepid beginners and up. There is no stranding required - the hat uses mosaic colorwork and slipped stitches to create the patterning.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Yarn
Main Color: 90 yards/82 m/30 g (98 yards/90 m/33 g)
Contrast Color: 36 yards/33 m/12 g (43 yards/39 m/13g)

The sample used Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend in Topaz (MC) and Stellar (CC), 148 yards (135 m) per 50g

Size:
Small (Large)
Hat circumference 17” (18.5”) to fit heads approx. 19-20” (21-22”).

Needles:
US #5 (3.75 mm) or size to get gauge
16” circular and DPNs

Gauge:
18 stitches and 52 rows per 4” (10cm).

Notions:
Stitch marker, yarn needle

Low Vision Accessible (LVA) Pattern
The LVA pattern is designed to be easier to read for people with low or no vision. It has been tested with the VoiceOver feature on Mac.

It includes the following elements for accessibility:

  • 22-point Arial font
  • Fully written instructions; no charts
  • No abbreviations except for K and P
  • H-tagged headings
  • One image with caption and alt text
  • Page numbers in upper left corner
  • No italics
  • Nothing in header or footer except for page number

I am committed to making my patterns as accessible as possible. If you purchase this pattern and have any issues with the accessible pattern, have suggestions for improvement, or want to request additional features, please reach out to me via direct message.