Knitted Texturize Hat

Imagine a cozy winter accessory that not only keeps you warm but also adds a touch of style to your outfit. Picture a hat with a unique texture that stands out from the rest, making a fashion statement while providing functionality. This knitted texturize hat is the perfect blend of comfort and trendiness, making it a must-have item for the colder months. The intricate knitting pattern of this hat creates a visually appealing texture that sets it apart from traditional knitwear. The combination of different stitches and techniques results in a hat that is not only soft and comfortable to wear but also visually interesting. Whether you're out for a casual stroll or hitting the slopes for some winter fun, this knitted texturize hat will keep you looking stylish and feeling cozy all season long.

Sizes

19” circumference and 9” in length.

Yarn

Elann Peruvian Collection Highland Silk (80% Highland Wool, 20% Silk; 122 yards [112 meters]/50 grams): Color 1004 Pumpkin, 2 balls. This yarn has been discontinued, but can be substituted with a DK weight wool. Some examples are Knit Picks Merino Style, Rowan Pure Wool DK, or Berocco Pure Merino DK.

Needles

US#3 (3.25 mm): DPN and 16” circular.

Gauge

21 sts and 28 rows = 4” in st st after wet blocking. Be sure to work your gauge swatch in the round.

Notions

6 stitch markers; tapestry needle

Abbreviations

Standard list of abbreviations.

MK (Make Knot): P3tog and leave sts on left ndl, then knit them tog, then purl them tog; slip all 3 sts off ndl (no change in st count)

Stitch Patterns

Section 1

Rnd 1 & 2: P1, *k2, p2, rep from * 3 more times
Rnd 3 & 4: P1, *p2, k2, rep from * 3 more times
Repeat these 4 rnds once more

Section 2

Rnd 1: P1, *P1, k3, rep from * 3 more times
Rnd 2: P1, k1, *p1, k3, rep from * twice, p1, k2
Rnd 3: P1, k2, *p1, k3, rep from * twice, p1, k1
Rnd 4: *P1, k3, rep from * 3 more times, p1
Repeat these 4 rnds once more

Section 3

Rnd 1: P1, *k7, p1, rep from * once more
Rnd 2: P1, *p1, k5, p2, rep from * once more
Rnd 3: P1, *p2, k3, p3, rep from * once more
Rnd 4: P1, *p3, k1, p4, rep from * once more
Rnd 5: P1, *k3, p1, k4, rep from * once more
Rnd 6: P1, *k2, p3, k3, rep from * once more
Rnd 7: P1, *k1, p5, k2, rep from * once more
Rnd 8: P1, *p7, k1, rep from * once more

Section 4

Rnds 1-4: P1, *p4, k4, rep from * once more
Rnds 5-8: P1, *k4, p4, rep from * once more

Section 5

Rnds 1,2,5,6,8: P1, k16
Rnds 3,4,7: P

Section 6

Rnds 1-3: P1, k16
Rnd 4: P1, k1, MK, k5, MK, k4
Rnds 5-7: P1, k16
Rnd 8: P1, k4, MK, k5, MK, k1

Chart

Pattern Notes

This pattern is worked in the rnd from the bottom up. Change to DPN’s when necessary.

Hat

CO 102 sts. Place marker and join for working in the rnd, being careful not to twist. Work in k1, p1 rib for 1”; on last rnd of rib, place markers after every 17 sts. The hat is now divided into 6 sections.

Work across chart beginning with Section 1. At the end of Section 1, sm and work Section 2. Continue this way until you have worked all 6 sections. Work rnds 1-8 of chart or written directions 5 times (40 rnds).

Rnd 41 and all odd numbered rnds: *p2tog, work across section in patt to marker, rep from * 5 more times.
Rnd 42 and all even numbered rounds: *p1, work across section in patt to marker, rep from * 5 more times.

Work these last two rnds until 6 sts rem. Cut yarn, leaving an 8” tail.

Finishing

Thread tail into tapestry needle. Pull needle through remaining sts and pull closed. Weave in ends.

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