Pining for Pines Hat by SweaterFreak

Pining for Pines Hat

December 2021
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Herringbone mosaic stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
130 - 150 yards (119 - 137 m)
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Classic, chic Herringbone is always in, and worked in smooshy luxurious cashmere makes it your to go accessory this fall season - it will blend seamlessly with both casual and dressy clothes!

This hat uses a mosaic technique with only one color worked per round to achieve a colorwork look without the fuss of floats. The pattern includes two versions of the hat - the difference between them is the use of the two charts and flipped colors and voila! you have two different hats!

I know I am a bit biased, but if you are looking for a special project for your cashmere this fall season, this is it!
The matching cowl is here and any of the kits for the cowl can also be used for the hat!

The pattern is both written and charted.

Clinton Hill Cashmere Company Bespoke DK
100% cashmere; 125 yards (114 meters) per 50g (1.76oz) skein
Color A: 75 yards
Color B: 55 yards
Sample shown on the first photo worked in colors Light Sand (color A) and Onyx (color B)

Circumference: 20” head
Height: 8.25”

US#4/3.50mm - 16”/40cm circular needles for the brim
US#5/3.75mm – 16”/40cm circular needles and DPNs

1 marker and tapestry needle

22 sts/32 rows per 4” square using US#5/3.75 mm needles in Herringbone mosaic stitch post blocking

mosaic knitting(slipping stitches)
knitting in the round