Hat – Double-Sided with Invisible Brim – Fingering Weight

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Published July 17, 2018

This hat is two hats connected by a provisional cast-on and folded one inside the other.

Two options are available for the top of the hat: squared-off decreases or spiral decreases.

Practice decreasing by making one of each! Then turn the hat to the side you prefer the most.

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Pattern Details

  • Sizes: One size
  • Finished Measurements: 7 in. deep x 20 in. around. Stretches to fit a head 21-23-in. in diameter.


Materials

  • Yarn: 350 yds fingering- weight self-striping sock yarn such as Trekking, Hunterwazzer, or Opal.
  • Needles: 1 pair circular needles, 40-47"
  • Needle size: US 5 (3.75 mm) or size required to get gauge (6 sts/in)
  • Notions: Scissors, tapestry needle, waste yarn

Gauge

  • 6 sts/in in St st

Abbreviations

BOR – Beginning of Round
CO – Cast On
K – Knit
K2tog – Knit 2 Together
PM – Place Marker
S2KP – Slip 2, Knit, Pass
SSK – Slip, Slip, Knit


Shown: Opal sock yarn



6 thoughts on “Hat – Double-Sided with Invisible Brim – Fingering Weight”

  1. Candy Franks – KnitFreedom Customer Happiness

    If your gauge is off, your hat will not match the patterns finished measurements and you might not be happy with the fit. We recommend that you do a swatch first and then adjust the pattern.
    Happy Knitting

    1. Candy Franks – KnitFreedom Customer Happiness

      Hello,

      I am sorry, but there is not a video for this pattern.
      Happy Knitting

  2. This looks like what I need for guidance. Thanks!
    Could one knit the “inside” hat plain and the outside hat with a stranded pattern? And, is there value in putting a purl row at the junction between the two hats so that it is clear to the wearer where the “fold” line is?

    1. Hi there,
      I’m so glad you like the hat! You could absolutely knit the outside hat with a stranded pattern. Consider using a larger size needle for the outside hat and be careful that you give plenty of room for the floats to stretch.
      As far as putting a purl row at the junction, I think it might ruin the seamless look of the brim. My guy wears his hat all the time and it stays perfectly folded even though there’s no purl row. But you could definitely try it if you want to add that extra visual detail right at the brim.
      Happy knitting!

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