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My Rhinebeck Hat is sideways knit with short row colourwork. The panels are super quick to knit, and the pattern is easily adjusted for gauge, and working fewer or more panels helps you accommodate many more sizes.
The instructions are provided as a panel map - a method I first put to use with the Elemental Hats that has proved to be pretty popular. It’s a directional map, so the symbols show you which direction you’re knitting and how many stitches are worked in any given row, to make it easier to keep track of the short rows.
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Yarn A: 157 [172, 188, 203] yd/143 [157, 171, 186] m
Yarn B: 45 [50, 54, 59] yd/41 [46, 50, 54] m
61yd/56m for a 6x6in/15x15cm swatch in Garter St.
DK weight, plied yarn
Needles & Notions
Pair 3.25mm/UK10/US3 straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge
3.25mm crochet hook
Approx. 3yd/3m waste yarn
Shown in The Yarn Gallery Aries DK in shade Tapestry (Yarn A) [121yd/110m per 50g; 100% Merino] & Fyberspates Vivacious DK in shade Deep Forest (Yarn B) [251yd/230m per 115g; 100% Merino]
Shown in size 22in/56cm on model with 21in/53.25cm circumference head
Fit is determined by row gauge – if your gauge differs, simply work more or fewer panels to achieve the desired size.
24 sts x 44 rows to 4in/10cm on 3.25mm needles over Garter St.
To fit size: 18 [20, 22, 24] in/45.75 [50.75, 56, 61] cm
Finished size: 15 [16.5, 18, 19.5] in/38 [42, 45.75, 49.5] cm
Knit & purl sts, short rows, provisional cast-on, grafting
Written instructions; illustrated tutorials for Alternate Cable & Cable cast-ons
Published October 2018.
PDF file size: 3.9MB, image res. 300DPI
Product code: WW348KRhinebeckHat
Technical editors: Sharon Carter