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Lizzy Hat

By: Rachel Hill from Ravin Sekai Designs
Updated November 26, 2020
Lizzy Hat
Lizzy Hat

"The directions are written for 3 sizes, child, adult small, and adult large. This encompasses head circumferences from 19” - 24”. If you want a slouchier hat, keep knitting in pattern until it’s the length you like, want something a little closer fitting, go ahead and take out a couple repeats. It also has a lot of stretch in the brim, so if you have thick hair, you don’t have to worry about the hat being too tight! The hat is created with 2 different stitches; the hurdle stitch and the double seed stitch. Also, there are 2 different ways to wear it! You can wear it as a folded brim beanie, or as a slouchy hat! So there’s something for everyone! The hat uses between 150 - 200 yards of yarn. The child and teen/adult small sizes use less than 1 skein of Lion Brand Wool Ease, the adult large will need about 1.5 skeins. "

NotesOther needs: pom pom (optional)
tapestry needle
button (optional)

Easy

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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