Highlander Hat by Verena Cohrs

Highlander Hat

Knitting
March 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in worked in the round in stranded colourwork, on larger needle, after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
159 - 208 yards (145 - 190 m)
1 (2, 3) [Finished circumference 42 (48, 54) cm / 16.5 (19, 21.25)”, recommended to be worn with 4-8 cm / 1.5-3” of negative ease]
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PATTERN NOTES

SIZES
1 (2, 3) Finished circumference 42 (48, 54) cm / 16.5 (19, 21.25)”, recommended to be worn with 4-8 cm / 1.5-3” of negative ease

Malte wears a size 2.

YARN
Mominoki German Merino (worsted-weight; 100% Merino; 220 metres / 241 yards per 100g)

MC (shown in Natural Grey 30): 65 (75, 90) metres / 71 (82, 99) yards

CC1 (shown in Onion Gold 20): 45 (50, 55) metres / 50 (55, 61) yards

CC2 (shown in Indigo Navy 15): 35 (40, 45) metres / 39 (44, 50) yards

The yarn amounts indicated are for the version with a single brim. Please note that you will need approx. 30 (35, 40) metres / 33 (39, 44) yards more of the main colour yarn for a folded brim version.

GAUGE
20 sts x 28 rounds = 10 x 10 cm (worked in the round in stranded colourwork, on larger needle, after blocking)

NEEDLES
4.5 mm / US 7 circular needle (or needle size to obtain gauge) with a cable length of at least 40 cm / 16”

4 mm / US 6 circular needle (or needle 1 size smaller than main needle) with a cable length of at least 40 cm / 16”

NOTIONS
Blocking tools (optional), darning needle, stitch marker, tape measure

CONTRIBUTORS
Photography: Melinda Dela Costa
Model: Malte Cohrs
Sample knitting: Beate Döring
Tech editing: Marina Skua