Create your own cosy and stylish, slouchy beanie with the Leith Hat pattern!
The Leith Hat is an easy to follow pattern in a classic watchcap style with a triple-layered brim. Perfect for knitters of all skill levels, whether as a beginner or anyone looking for a relaxing, palate cleansing project. Our accompanying video will guide you through each step which is particularly handy for those who are learning to knit and want to cast on their first hat.
Beginner knitter? In addition to the step-by-step tutorials in the pattern our free, easy to follow video tutorials will walk you through every step of knitting your first hat, from choosing materials to getting a professional finish. There's even a separate video for knitting the hat flat or in the round.
Choose whether to knit flat on two needles or in the round and use DK weight yarn to create a comfy and cool beanie. The pattern directions comes with lots of hand holding tips and a step by step tutorial to guide you through the process. Available to make in sizes baby to XL, download and print the pattern pdf today and start knitting your own stylish Leith Hat!
Skills for knitting this project
Build your skills by following the links to our clear step-by-step tutorials.
James C. Brett Second Chance DK (100% acrylic, 306 yds / 280m, 100g) in Emerald
Needles and notions
US 6 / 4mm needles. For knitting flat you can use straight needles or a 24" / 60cm or longer circular needle. For knitting in the round you will need a 16" / 40cm circular.
Pdf file versions
Our patterns are thoroughly checked and tested but occasionally errors do slip through. These are updated in the patterns as soon as possible, and we also issue periodic updates to clarify directions, extend size ranges, or add more inclusive pattern formats.
If it's been a while since you purchased this pattern please double check that your file names match the following before casting on:
Leith hat v1.1
Updates are issued via email, please contact us if you can't find an update, or if you think you've found an error in the most up to date version of the pattern.
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