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- Jenn Wisbeck
Pamphlet / 8.25" x 10.75"4 pages Half-Fold
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Short Row Cable Braided Hat Knit entirely from side to side then grafted, this hat can be knit on straight needles- no circular or double pointed needles necessary! A tight cabled braid around the brim forms a neat edge. Triangle wedges formed by short rows create a pointed tip and gently sloping shape to the top. Use a self-striping yarn like Noro with long repeats in highly contrasting colors for the best results to show off the short row shaping.
Level Intermediate-Advanced Cast on provisionally, knit, purl, graft, cable, short rows
Size Small (large): 18 (21) inches around at brim. Sample is size large
Yarn Noro Kureyon (Aran weight, 100% wool, 110 yards/101 meters per 50 gram skein); color 207; 1 (1) skein
Materials -1 set US #8/5mm needles straight or circular, or size to get gauge -Tapestry needle for grafting -Waste yarn for provisional cast on -Cable needle (1, optional)
Gauge 4 stitches and 6 rows per inch in stockinette stitch. Take time to check your gauge.