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This pattern is a part of The Art of Warmth: 27 Hats for Every Occasion.

In this pattern, the classic style intertwines with intricate cable artistry. Crafted with precision, the hat boasts an elaborate all-over cable pattern, creating a visually stunning texture that demands attention. Inspired by the resilience of the kapok tree, each cable weaves a story of strength and character. Knit in your preferred worsted-weight yarn, Kapok promises warmth and a bold fashion statement.

Finished Measurements 
18”/46 cm brim circumference. 
8.25”/21 cm height from base of ribbing to top center of crown. 
Measurements are taken after blocking. 
Fits average adult head sizes 20-23”/51-58 cm.


Approximately 150 yds/137 m of worsted weight yarn. 
1 skein of The Yarn Collective Hudson Worsted (85% Wool, 15% Yak; 196 yds/180 m in 100 g); #408 Chalkboard Green


Size US 5/3.75mm and size US 7/4.5 mm: 16”/40 cm circular. 
1 set of double-pointed needles, size US 7/4.5 mm. 
Optional second US 5/3.75 mm 16”/40 cm circular needle for Provisional Cast On. 
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.


Markers, tapestry needle, cable needle, crochet hook F/3.75 mm for Provisional Cast On, waste yarn.


24 stitches and 27 rounds = 4”/10 cm on size US 7/4.5 mm needles in Cable pattern after blocking.


Construction Notes 
Hat is worked from brim to crown in the round. 
All rounds on chart are read from right to left. 
Knitters may consider placing markers between the chart repetitions.

Difficulty: Intermediate.

Pattern Style: Both written and charted instructions using common knitting abbreviations. Cable pattern is both charted and written.

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