Long Brim Hat

Monday, February 27, 2017


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I was so excited that all the snow melted a couple of weeks ago, and it was starting to look like spring which made me SO excited!! But now, it's snowing again :( On the bright side, it's still hat season so here is a new hat pattern! 

I love the look of this long brim hat. It's classic and looks good on anybody! 




There are two different versions of this hat. The first one comes in sizes Newborn, baby, toddler, child, big kid, teen, adult, and large adult! (This is the version I made a video tutorial on showing you in adult size).





The second version is a chunky thicker yarn with much larger sized needles. It’s so comfy and warm!





You can buy the inexpensive ad-free PDF pattern on my Shop HERE that has all versions of this hat and on Ravelry.

You can also purchase one of my hats that I handmade here!

Version 1 (Thinner Yarn) in Adult. To make this in sizes baby, toddler, child, big kid, teen, large adult, click here.





Materials
  • Size US 15 (10mm) Circular Needles (19” or smaller)    
  • Size 5 Bulky yarn (85 yds.) I used Bernat Roving in Cherry
  • Stitch Marker
  • Tapestry Needle

Gauge:

5 sts x 7 rows=2” in stockinette
    
Abbreviations:

CO - Cast On
K1 - Knit 1
K2tog - Knit two together
P1 - Purl 1
Pm - Place Marker
Rnd - Round
Sts. - Stitches

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CO 36  

Pm, join to knit in the round.

Rounds 1-12: k1, p1 to end of rnd. 

Rounds 13-26: Knit all stitches  
 *For slouchy version, knit 10 more rounds*

Decrease Round 1: k2tog (18 sts)
Rnd 2: Knit
Rnd 3: k2tog (9 sts)

Finishing

Cut a 7" tail, weave through remaining sts.

Tighten, tie a knot and weave ends.


Optional: Make Pom Pom and attach to top of hat.

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This is an original pattern by Christine Rosen of iKNITS. This pattern is for personal use only - not to be reproduced for sale, nor to make items for sale. Email me if you are interested in a cottage license. Thank you for being respectful and understanding.

I love to see your finished projects! Please post them on my Facebook page or share on Instagram so we can all be inspired by your talent!


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