• Sugarplum Hat

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  • Description

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this pattern you will receive a digital download at checkout. 
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    From the beautiful, unexpected color palette to the bold, graphic colorwork, the Sugarplum hat is an eye-catching accessory essential to everyone’s winter wardrobe. Knit in Plucky Knitter Scholar, this 4-color, worsted weight design has limitless combinations! Even sweeter, I topped mine off with a fuzzy pom. I bet you can’t knit just one!


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    SIZE
    Small (Medium, Large)

    FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
    Approx 17.5 (19.25, 21)” / 44.5 (49, 53.25) cm circumference at widest part of hat (unstretched) x 10” / 25 cm tall

    YARN:
    First sample shown is size Medium and featured in…
    Plucky Knitter, Scholar 2.0 (75% merino, 25% cashmere;
    250 yards / 229 m per 115) Beets Me (CC1), Smoke & Mirrors (CC2), French Olive (CC3), and Ogre (CC4); 1 skein each color

    Second sample shown is size Large and featured in…
    Plucky Knitter, Scholar 2.0 (75% merino, 25% cashmere; 250 yards / 229 m per 115); Icey Audrey (CC1), French Olive (CC2), Ogre (CC3), and Smoke And Mirrors (CC4); 1 skein each color

    Or worsted weight yarn in the following yardages…
    CC1: Approx 36 (40, 43) yds / 33 (36, 39) m CC2: Approx 81 (90, 97) yds / 74 (82, 88) m CC3: Approx 45 (50, 54) yds / 41 (45, 49) m CC4: Approx 45 (50, 54) yds / 41 (45, 49) m

    The pom (shown in Icey Audrey) will require approx 75 yds / 68 m of additional yarn.

    GAUGE:
    20 sts and 22 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in colorwork chart, blocked

    NEEDLES:
    Needles listed are suggested. Always take time to swatch.
    • Gauge Needle: Size US 8 (5 mm) 16”circular needle and DPNs—or size necessary to obtain gauge
    • Small Needle: Size US 5 (3.75 mm) 16” circular needle—three sizes smaller than Gauge Needle.

    TOOLS:
    Stitch marker, tapestry needle, and pom (optional)

    NOTES:
    • Hat is worked from the bottom up.
    • When decreasing for crown, switch to DPNs when necessary for ease of knitting.