Fogarty's Cove Hat (PDF Knitting Pattern)
Fogarty’s Cove, made infamous in Stan Roger’s 1976 song, is a beautiful wilderness area home to the bald eagle, osprey, moose and bear. The sample is knit in the “Fog” colourway – what could be more perfect?
The cabled ribbing leads into to Y-cable that continues to travel up the hat to the top as an irregular rope cable. Intervening stitches are knit in a twisted 1 x 1 rib.
The fit is beanie/toque style but can easily be worn further back on the head as a mini-slouch. Directions are included for deepening the hat to create more of a slouch.
Knit in the round, bottom up.
Twisted stitches, cables.
Stitch patterns are both charted and written out.
If a tighter ribbing fit is desired, a few strands of thread elastic can be run around the inside of the ribbing.
17” / 43 cm circumference; (stretches to fit 18 – 23” / 46 - 58 cm head); depth 8 ½” / 21.5 cm
180 yards (165 m) of Sport weight
3.25 mm / US 3
25 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette (blocked)
1 EoR stitch marker; 7 additional markers (opt); needle for weaving in ends
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