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a hat inspired by the snow-covered Douglas Fir trees of Oregon

  • reversible — trees on one side, more abstract, leaf-ish design on the other side
  • four sizes, ranging from big kid/teen/small adult up to large adult
  • height is easily adjustable if you want it taller
  • trees pattern is fully charted and written
  • trees are made with twisted stitches (mini-cables)

You need
  • approx 140{145, 150, 155} yards / 128{133, 137, 142} meters worsted weight yarn for small{medium, large, extra large} sizes
  • -- small & extra large samples are Knitted Wit Targhee Shimmer Worsted (80% superwash Targhee wool, 20% silk) - 134 & 153 yards / 123 & 140 meters used, out of 240 yards / 220 meters in the skein (Snowy Cedar)
  • -- medium is Knitted Wit Worsted Super Wash Merino - 138 yards / 126 meters used, out of 200 yards / 183 meters in the skein (Snowy Cedar)
  • size US 7 (4.5mm) needles, or size to get gauge of 20 sts and 28 rows per 4 inches / 10 cm, in reverse stockinette

Modification options:
  • You can use a lighter yarn weight / tighter gauge to make a smaller hat for a small kid, toddler, or baby.
  • You can easily add height to make a longer/slouchy style hat (notes included in pattern).
  • There is an “anti-purl-all” modification given, so that you can knit all instead of purl all for the plain section above the trees.
  • If you work the twisted stitches differently, the trees will look the same, but the reverse side will look different — the pattern includes notes and photos so you can choose this method if you like it better.
You will get a PDF (1MB) file

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