Sacramental by Hannah Mann


December 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
300 - 320 yards (274 - 293 m)
S/M & M/L
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Inspired by a love of skulls, and the forest.
This pattern includes 2 separate, but similar hat designs.
A folded brim and stranded colorwork keep this little project interesting. Knit one for yourself, and another for a friend… or one for each personality.

Adult Small/Medium (Medium/Large)
Finished circumference 20” (22”) or (50cm (59cm))
Chart A – 9.5” (24cm) tall
Chart B – 8.5” (21.5cm) tall

Achieved using larger needle:
For S-M: 16 sts & 20 rows = 4” (10cm) in stockinette. For M-L: 14 sts & 18 rows = 4” (10cm) in stockinette.

YARN – Kenzie by HiKoo®
50% Wool, 25% Nylon, 10% Angora, 5% Silk 50g // 160 yds

1 ball of each color per hat!

For S-M size:
US 6 (4mm) & 7 (4.5mm) 16” (40cm) circular and set of 5 DPNs, or size required for gauge

For M-L size:
US 7 (4.5mm) & 8 (5mm) 16” (40cm) circular and set of 5 DPNs, or size required for gauge

For both sizes:
Crochet hook below US G (4mm) or tapestry needle for weaving in ends
US 4 (3.5mm) circ for picking up provisional stitches 6 stitch markers
Waste yarn for provisional cast-on

Chart A is longer, therefore slouchier, and gives focus to the lighter of your two contrasting colors.

Chart B is shorter, for a closer fit, and boasts a darker background to really let the pattern pop.

These hats are knit seamlessly from the bottom up and feature a slightly pointed tip.

Because of the long color repeats in some areas of the chart (11 sts at the longest), locking your floats is a very useful method to limit how many strands you will see (or snag) on the wrong side of your work.
You can choose to lock your floats after every other stitch, or every 5 stitches, whatever works for you! I locked mine after every other stitch.

Please see Kyle William’s video on this fantastic technique:

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