Hedda hat by Trin-Annelie
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Hedda hat

January 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
211 - 273 yards (193 - 250 m)
XS, S, M, L
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The “Hedda hat” is a slouchy beanie worked bottom-up in the round, with a striped brim and some simple and stylish colorwork, a perfect project to get into stranded knitting. Instructions are given for four different sizes.

If you want something matching to keep your hands warm and cozy, you can find the “Hedda mittens” in my ravelry store.


Circumference at the brim:
XS – 46 cm/18”
S - 50 cm/19¾“
M – 54 cm/21½”
L – 58 cm/22¾“

23.5 cm/10” for all sizes.

Sample shown in size S on a 53.5 cm/21” circumference head.


2.5 mm/US 1½ circular needle (40 cm/16”) or dpn´s for brim
3 mm/US 2½ circular needle (40 cm/16”) or dpn´s for body
3 mm/US 2½ long circular needle to knit the crown with the magic loop method or dpn´s.


Tosh Merino Light
(100% Merino; 384 m (420 yds)/100 g) or any other fingering weight yarn that gives you the correct gauge.
Sample shown in colorways Jade (C1), Silverfox (C2).


C1: approx. 89 (98, 106, 114) m/97 (107, 116, 125) yds;
C2: approx. 104 (114, 124, 134) m/114 (125, 136, 147) yds;

Please note that the amount of yarn is an estimate, and it might vary according to your tension.


28 sts and 36 rows = 10 cm/4” on larger needle in
Stockinette worked in the round (blocked).


Tapestry needle