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Glas Hat designed by Tabetha Hedrick, knit in SweetGeorgia Superwash Worsted in Watershed colourway

Glas Hat

This hat pattern is  featured in the  “Mastering Gauge” workshop.

Diagonal swirls of knits and purls is texturally interesting, while remaining super simple. This hat whips up in a short weekend, and topped with a pom, it’s the perfect knitterly treat.

Skill Level: Easy

Finished Measurements:

Brim circumference: 10 3/4 (12 1/2, 14 1/4, 16, 18 3/4, 19 1/2, 21 1/4)” / 27.5 (32, 36, 40.5, 47.5, 49.5, 54) cm

Length: Adjustable

MATERIALS

  • YARN: 1 (1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2) skein(s) SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Worsted in Watershed (200 yd / 183 m per 4 oz / 115 g skein; 100% Superwash Merino).

  • NEEDLES & NOTIONS:

    Size 7 US / 4.5 mm circular needle, 16” / 24 cm long
    Size 7 US / 4.5 mm double-pointed needles (dpn), set of 4 Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Stitch marker, yarn needle

GAUGE: 18 sts and 34 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in Body stitch, after blocking.

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