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Roger's Ribbed Beanie From Outlander
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This mariner’s hat knitting pattern was inspired by the hat Roger wears in Outlander Season 4.
The hat is stretchy as it is knit all in the rib stitch, so will fit a variety of adult head sizes.
Knit in the round in 1x1 ribbing, this is an easy project for any advanced beginner.
Aran/worsted/10 ply. 50g (for the 5.5mm (US 9) needles).
I used 1 x Rowan Kid Classic in Bitter Sweet 866 (50g/140m/153yds).
The hat was also made in 1 x The Petite Wool (100g/140m/142yds) from We Are Knitters in Ivory (a bulky/chunky/12 ply yarn) This requires being knit with 6mm (US 10) 16" circular knitting needles.
5.5mm (US 9) 16" circular knitting needles.
Please note – you may have to change your needles for the decreases of the hat if working on the circulars becomes too tight.
This would mean using a set of size 5.5 mm double-pointed needles (DPNs). If you do not have those, you could use a 60cm/24″ cable and use the magic loop technique.
To knit the hat using The Petite Wool from We Are Knitters, you will need to use 6mm (US 10) 16" circular knitting needles.
Level – Easy
This is an easy level knitting pattern and the techniques involved are the knit stitch, purl stitch, working in 1x1 ribbing, K2tog, P2tog, and knitting in the round.
- Adult Hat lying flat and un stretched - Height = 12 inches / width = 6 inches
- Child Hat lying flat and un stretched - Height = 11 inches / width = 5.5 inches
- Toddler Hat lying flat and un stretched - Height = 10.5 inches / width = 5 inches
- Baby Hat lying flat and un stretched - Height = 10 inches / width = 4.5 inches
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