This hat has been named after the scenic Blomidon area in Nova Scotia, Canada and invokes memories of our numerous adventures around the province.
This cabled hat is worked completely in the round in DK weight yarn for sizes Newborn to Adult Medium/Large. The cables make this a very stretchy hat that fits very snug and super comfy and warm on your head.
Please note, this listing is for the pattern ONLY, not for a finished item.
I DO sell yarn that works very well with this pattern, in case you want to check that out HERE. :-)
This pattern has been both tech edited and test knit before publishing.
Experience Level: Advanced beginner
Sizing (approximate head size):
Newborn - 33-35cm / 13-14”
Baby - 40-45cm / 16-18”
Child/Toddler - 45-48cm / 17-18”
Youth/Teen - 46-51cm / 18-20”
Adult Small/Medium - 50-55cm / 21-22”
Adult Medium/Large - 55-59cm / 22-23”
Finished Size (This hat is intended to be worn with approximately 2”/5cm of negative ease):
Newborn - 30.5cm/12” circumference, 14cm/5 1/2” high
Baby - 35.5cm/14” circumference, 15.5cm/6” high
Child/Toddler - 38cm/15”, 16.5cm/6 1/2” high
Youth/Teen - 40.5cm/16” circumference, 19cm/7 1/2” high
Adult Small/Medium -43cm/17” circumference, 21cm/8 1/4” high
Adult Medium/Large - 46cm/18” circumference, 22cm/8 3/4” high
Materials: Approximate yarn requirements in DK weight yarn or a light worsted.
Suggested Yarn: Art-by-Ana “Dreaming DK” (100g, 231 yards, 80% Superwash Merino/10% Cashmere/10% Nylon in Charcoal Grey)
Other DK weight yarns may be used, but required quantities may vary.
Newborn - 27g/62 yards
Baby - 35g/81 yards
Child/Toddler - 40g/92.4 yards
Youth/Teen - 49g/113 yards
Adult Small/Medium - 60g/139 yards
Adult Medium/Large - 68g/157 yards
Pattern instructions and material quantities are listed for a beanie/tuque style of hat, however this hat can be modified to knit a slouchy version but will require additional yardage.
If you have any questions or comments about this pattern, please send me a message.
A huge thank you to my amazing tech editor and all of the wonderful pattern testers. I really appreciate all of your help on publishing this new design.