Hiddenite by Kiyomi Burgin
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Hiddenite

Knitting
November 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
200 - 300 yards (183 - 274 m)
47.5 (49.5, 52) cm/ 18.75 (19½, 20½)”
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Designed in collaboration with Erica Smith to coordinate with her Kimberlite Cowl, Hiddenite is a double layered, and fully reversible hat that can be worn with either side facing outwards. Knit as a sort of tube that is closed on both ends, your ears will essentially be covered by four layers (five layers if you count the colour work stranding) of fingering weight wool, which creates a super snug and cozy hat for the coldest of winter days.

With the purchase of the Hiddenite Hat pattern, you will find a coupon code within the PDF to get 15% off of Erica’s Kimberlite Cowl pattern. Find Erica Smith’s cowl pattern from her Ravelry designer page here.

Sizes 1 (2, 3)
To fit approx head circumference of: 51 (53.5, 56) cm/ 20 (21, 22)“

Measurements
47.5 (49.5, 52) cm/ 18¾ (19½, 20½)“ unstretched circumference
21.5 (22, 24) cm/ 8½ (8¾, 9½)” tall, double layered and with brim folded up
To be worn with 0-5 cm/ 0-2” negative ease.
Sample shown in size 2, with 2.5 cm/ 1” negative ease.

Materials
Quince & Co. Finch (100% American wool; 202 m/ 221 yds per 50g/ 1¾ oz skein)
Yarn A: 2 skeins of Marsh or approx 220 (250, 280) m/ 240 (273, 306) yds of an equivalent Fingering weight yarn
Yarn B: 1 (1, 2) skein(s) of Crow or approx 170 (185, 210) m/ 185 (202, 230) yds of an equivalent Fingering weight yarn
Yarn C: 1 skein of Egret or approx 40 (50, 60) m/ 44 (55, 66) yds
of an equivalent Fingering weight yarn