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The Rhode Trip Hat (formerly Hat No. 5) is the fifth hat I designed in 2012 while knitting hats for a great project run by a local yarn store (Lovelyarns), called the 500 Hats Project. This hat has become a staple and I love knitting it as gifts and I have made at least four for myself. The pattern deserved an update and a better name than hat no. 5!
This hat is knit in the round and uses basic cabling. This is a great project for an adventurous beginner ready to take on a cabled hat or an experienced knitter looking for an easy to remember, quick cabled hat pattern. There is a companion cowl, the Rhode Trip Cowl, also available as a free download on Ravelry.
Skill level: Intermediate
Skills needed: knitting in the round, cabling, twisting stitches, and decreasing by SSK and Kt2og
Size: Teen (Small Adult, Large Adult)
Circumference: Stretches to fit 19 ¼” (22”, 27 ½”)
Height: 7 ½”, 8 ½”, 9 ½”
- US 8 (5.0 mm) 16” circular and double-pointed needles, or size to obtain gauge
- 100 (120, 150) yards worsted weight wool or wool blend yarn
- Stitch Marker
- Cable Needle (if needed)
- Yarn needle
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