Ice Time Hat by Jennifer Lassonde

Ice Time Hat

Knitting
March 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in Body pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
100 - 150 yards (91 - 137 m)
One Size- fits Adult Small/Medium
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The Ice Time Hat is a 2-color hat worked with mosaic knitting (so you’re never using more than 1 color in any given row). After the brim, you change colors every 2 rounds which I promise will have you saying “just one more round!” after each one. The pattern effect is achieved using slipped stitches and simple 1x1 cables. Perfect for even an adventurous beginner. If you like the hat, be sure to check out the matching Ice Time Cowl.

Check out #icetimehat on Instagram to find other color combinations that testers + knitters have used.

Yarn

  • Main Color used 80 yards / 73 meters
  • Contrast Color used 65 yards / 60 meters
  • Sample knit in Legacy Fiber Artz DK. Main Color= Vanilla Bean (cream) & Contrast Color= Grey Gardens (gray)

Finished Size

  • Size: 18 in. / 45.75 cm around & 9 in. / 23 cm tall
  • Fits head: 19-21.5 in. / 48.25-54.75 cm around
  • I’ve found it fits nearly every teen and adult I’ve tried it on. If you need a larger hat, you could try going up a needle size and using worsted weight yarn (be sure to check gauge first of course)

Pattern Info

  • This pattern has been tech edited & test knit.
  • All instructions are written and the body and crown sections are also charted.
  • Each round includes a handy checkbox in case you want/like to check things off as you go!

About the Name
The Ice Time Hat is inspired by my brother, Jeff—a hockey player in hisyouth and now coach to his son’s team. Jeff is only 20 months younger than me. When we were young, we were often mistaken for twins because of the resemblance but also because he was always there looking out for and protecting me. We were inseparable siblings (when we weren’t fighting like cats and dogs). The blending of the colors in this hat reminds me of that strong bond we share even as adults.