Surfer’s Delight Easy Basic Brioche Hat

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Published December 11, 2018
Last Updated: June 15, 2019 - Current Version: 3.1
Update notes: Fixed decreases.

This basic Brioche hat is great for learning two-color brioche in the round. It features a no-roll brim that uses the Chinese Waitress Cast-On. The hat is reversible with perfect overlapping decreases at the crown.

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Pattern Details

  • Sizes: One size
  • Finished Measurements: Finished size: 8 in. deep, 18 1/2 in. around unstretched. Stretches to fit a head up to 23 in. around.

Materials

  • Yarn: 55 yds. (50 m) aran- or worsted-weight yarn in two colors DC (dark color) and LC (light color).
  • Recommended Yarn: 55 yds. (50 m) Malabrigo Twist
  • Needles: 2 pairs circular needles, 40-47 inches
  • Needle size: US size 7 (4.5 mm) and 5 (3.75 mm)
  • Notions: Measuring tape, tapestry needle, scissors

Shown: Blue and Green Hat: Malabrigo Twist in Lettuce (37) (DC) and Teal Feather (412) (DC); Red and Blue Hat: Malabrigo Twist in Stonechat (173) (LC) and Azul Profundo (150) (DC).

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6 thoughts on “Surfer’s Delight Easy Basic Brioche Hat”

  1. Hi, Thank you for providing this pattern and such clear instructions. I do have a question. I am woking with a 16″ circular needle. When you state “If not using Magic Loop, proceed to the directions below, preparing to work in the round. You will join the round as you KNIT the first stitch with the working yarn.” Does this mean Round 1 (LC) is worked flat and the joining of the round is done in Round 2 (DC)?
    Thank you,
    Susan

  2. You taught me Chinese waitress cast on and I use almost all the time, even neat cast-on thank you again for everything you taught and still teach me

    1. Hi Peggy, right under “Pattern Instructions” at the top, under “CAST ON,” it says to cast on 64 sts using the Chinese Waitress Cast-On. There is a link to the Chinese Waitress Cast-On as well. I hope this helps!

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