The Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition
This pattern is in English.
The Oslo Hat – Mohair Edition is knit from the bottom up in stockinette stitch. The first part of the hat is worked on a short circular needle (3 mm / 40 cm), while the crown is worked on dpns or on a longer circular needle using the Magic Loop technique. The brim is folded and stitched onto the outside of the hat, and its finally worn with a further fold (unstitched) over the sewn edge, so only the stockinette stitch side of the hat and brim remains visible.
Sizes: Baby (child) junior small (junior large) adult S (adult M) adult L
Measurements: Fits head circumference of 47-48 (49-50) 51-52 (53-54) 55-56 (57-58) 59-60 cm
Gauge: 23 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch on 3 mm needles
Suggested needles: 3 mm / 40 cm circular needles, 3 mm double pointed needles (dpns)
Materials: 50 (50) 50 (50) 50 (100) 100 g Arwetta from Filcolana (50 g = 210 m) or Sunday from Sandnes Yarn (50 g = 235 m) held together with 25 (25) 25 (25) 25 (50) 50 g Tilia from Filcolana (25 g= 210 m) or Brushed Lace from Mohair By Canard (25 g = 210 m) or Silk Mohair from Isager Yarn (25 g = 212 m)
Difficulty: ★ ★ (2 out of 5)
See the classification of difficulty here.
The purple Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition in the picture is knitted in Brushed lace (soft allium) from Mohair by Canard and Arwetta (lavender frost) from Filcolana.
The light blue Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition in the picture is knitted in Arwetta (Ice blue) from Filcolana and Soft Silk Mohair (Himmel) from Knitting for Olive.
The light grey Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition in the picture is knitted in Arwetta (957) from Filcolana and Soft Silk Mohair (Zink) from Knitting for Olive.
The yellow Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition in the picture is knitted in Tilia (Limelight) and Arwetta (Limelight) from Filcolana.
The brown Oslo Hat - Mohair Edition in the picture is knitted in Arwetta (Red squirrel) and Tilia (Red squirrel) from Filcolana.
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In this pattern the following techniques are used:
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