Fold in the Cheese Hat
What does that mean? What does Fold In The Cheese mean?
You just fold it in.
You don’t have to know how to fold broken cheese (or even be a fan of the Schitt’s Creek episode) to knit this quick, slip-stitch hat.
Worked up in heavy DK/light worsted weight yarn, the textured colorwork pattern is worked using only one strand of yarn at a time and slipping stitches here and there. And if you’d like to work it to a different gauge than the pattern, there’s a handy table to help you figure out which size to make at different stitch gauges.
Sizes sm(med, lg) measure19¼(21½ , 24)” in circumference, unstretched. Depth of hat is approx 8(9, 10)” from CO to top of crown. A table is provided to help you decide which size to make if you're working at a different gauge than the pattern.
1 skein EACH of Green Mountain Spinnery Mewesic (180 yds/2 oz) in the Main color (MC, shown in Touch of Gray), and in the Contrasting Color (CC, shown in Mean Mister Mustard), or
approximately 130(140, 160) yds of the MC and 60(65, 75) yds of the CC in heavy DK/light worsted weight yarn