Dave The Hat

Dave The Hat

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Skill level: ♦ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ Perfect for beginners.

This single pattern is available to download for free. 
If you visit my studio in Skipton a printed pattern is available for £2 or is available for free when you purchase yarn to knit it.

 

Dave The Hat
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Product Description

For this pattern I used:

Yarn & Amounts for the short version: One 100g hank of WYS Bluefaced Leicester Aran for Yarn A.
WYS Bluefaced Leicester Aran (100% Bluefaced Leicester wool, 166m/182yds per 100g).
I used shade 01 Natural Ecru.
One 50g ball of Knoll Kilcarra Tweed for Yarn B.
Knoll Kilcarra Tweed (100% Pure New Wool, 80m/87yds per 50g) I used shade 4843 Muff.

Yarn & Amounts for the long version: One 50g ball each of Knoll kilcarra Tweed in Yarn A and Yarn B.
I used shades 4843 Muff and 4582 Fintown.

Metres/Yardage for each yarn: 75m/82yds.

Needles: 9mm.

Tension: 10 stitches and 18 rows to 10cm square over garter stitch with one strand of yarn A and one strand of yarn B together using 9mm needles.

Skill level: ♦ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊

Size: to fit average size head.

Kit: There is a kit available for this design. The kit comes in a Purl &Jane cotton bag and  includes the yarn and a printed pattern and has the option of with or without needles   Click here to see more!

Blog Posts: I’ve written about Dave The Hat twice, click here to read about the pattern and click here to read about why I design it.

My design ideas and advice:  This is a great quick and simple knit, a great project for beginners or a quick weekend project for experienced knitters who need a moment or two of pure simple stitches. For experienced knitters it’s great for using up yarn from your stash, you can combine your stash yarn with one ball of KIlcarra Tweed, treat yourself to a new shade for using up oddments!
The long version using all the  two 50g balls up so if you wanted to add a pompom then this needs additional yarn.
I designed
 Davina, a simple scarf with it’s ends sew together to make a cowl in the same way!

Click on the following links for my How To videos that may help with this pattern:  Click here to see videos on how I cast on the Davina, which is the same way as needed for Dave The Hat and visit my Youtube page for other helpful videos.