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Back to Scholar
Back to Scholar is an easy-to-wear hat, that you can adapt to your own style. Indeed, you will find in the pattern instructions both to knit a fitted hat, or a “slouchy” one. Its combination of texture, using slip stitches, cables and twisted ribs, will be the perfect way to highlight the colours of your favourite yarn. Plus, it will be liked both by men and women… Maybe even make a matching pair! This hat can also be knitted in a variety of yarn and colours, the better to fit it in your wardrobe. For example, you can use a light yarn with a soft halo for an airy look, or a tweed one for a more rustic feel. And if you need more inspiration, you can find projects in several styles on the Ravelry page of the pattern!
Note: the stitch used and the cable instructions are both written and charted.
This listing is for the knitting pattern (pdf) of the Back to Scholar hat (in French and in English).
- [Fitted beanie – Slouch hat] for an adult head size of approx. 59 cm/23’’
- 22 sts and 30 rows = 10cm/4’’ in twisted 1/1 ribs, slightly stretched, with smaller needles, in the round
- 19 sts and 42 rows = 10cm/4’’ in honeycomb stitch, with larger needles, in the round
Yarn & Notions:
- 1 skein of The Plucky Knitter Scholar (75% merino, 25% cashmere – 229m. / 100g.), here shown in the Lonesome Highway colorway for the beanie, or of The Plucky Knitter Primo Aran (75% merino, 20% cashmere, 5% nylon – 183m. / 115g.), here shown in the Two Drifters colorway for the slouchy one, or [160-180] m/ [180-200] yds of any other worsted or aran weight yarn that will give you the right gauges
- Circular needle or DPNs to get the twisted rib gauge (suggested size: 4mm/US#6).
- Circular needle or DPNs 2 sizes bigger, to get the honeycomb stitch gauge (suggested size: 5mm/US#8)
- Stitch markers