Worked in Erika Knight’s ‘Vintage Wool’, this unisex bobble hat is made up of knit, slip and cabled stitches to create a warm, woven-look fabric.
As the hat is made with worsted weight yarn, this knits up reasonably quickly on 5mm (US 8 ) needles, and the pattern is written and charted.
I have worked the decreases into the cables, so the pattern flows nicely all the way up to the top.
The pompom adds a fun touch, however it can be omitted if you’re after something a little more minimal.
To Fit Head Circumference
XS (S: M: L)
53 (57: 61: 65)cm
21 (22.5: 24: 25.5)in
Actual Hat Circumference
48 (52: 56: 60)cm
19 (20.5: 22: 23.5)in
Length Crown to Hem
22 (25: 26.5: 28)cm 8.75in (10: 10.5: 11)in
Erika Knight Vintage Wool (Aran weight, 100% wool, 50g/87m/95yds)
2 (2: 3: 3) skeins of Leighton (305) (to include pompom)
Jamieson’s Shetland Heather (Aran weight, 100% wool, 50g/92m/101yds)
2 (2: 3: 3) skeins
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
A set of 4mm (UK 8/US 6) double pointed needles (DPNs) or a circular needle, 40cm long
A set of 5mm (UK 6/US 8) double pointed needles (DPNs) or a circular needle, 40cm long
20 sts and 24 rounds to 10x10cm (4x4in) over patt using 5mm (UK 6/US 8) needles