Forth Hat

Multi gauge top down beanie
Our go-to hat pattern. This classic beanie is easy to knit and endlessly customisable. Simply choose your yarn and cast on, no swatching required.

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Gauge

The Forth Hat is written for multiple gauges, you can start knitting the hat with whichever needle size feels comfortable for you for the yarn you are using. 11 gauges between 7 and 2 stitches per inch / 2.5cm are included.

Sizing

Forth Hat includes 6 sizes and 11 gauges, so you can knit it with the yarn you prefer, to fit everyone. Use the included customisation spreadsheet to further customise the fit. Directions are included for a regular and turned up brim, and the top-down construction makes customising the length easy.

baby (B) [kid (K), adult (A), adult large (AL)]
To fit head circumference: 16 [18, 20, 22] (24, 26)” / 40 [45, 50, 55] (60, 65)cm.
Approximate finished circumference: 14 2/5 [16 1/5, 18, 19 4/5] (21 3/5, 23 2/5)” / 36 [40.5, 45, 49.5] (54, 58.5)cm.
Length: 5 [5 3/4, 6 1/4, 7 1/4] (8, 9)” / 12.5 [14.5, 15.5, 18] (20, 22.5)cm.


Supplies

Yarn

Fingering / 4ply to bulky weight yarn.
Exact yardage will depend on size, gauge and yarn used. 100-120g of yarn is enough for any size, gauge and yarn combination. 50g is enough for the version without a folded brim in most sizes and yarn weights, you may need more for larger sizes in chunky and bulky yarns or to add a pom-pom. Shown in
Fingering: Garthenor Organic Preseli (100% wool, 1.76 oz / 50g, 219 yds / 200m) in Koi.
DK: Garthenor Organic Beacons (100% wool,176 oz, 50g, 148 yds / 135m) in Bevan.
Heavy DK / Light Worsted: The Farmer’s Daughter Pishkun DK (100% MT and WY Rambouillet Wool, 100g, 255 yds / 233m) in Elk Antler, Ranch Romance, and Dirty Little Dandelion.
Bulky: Qing Big Merino Chunky 80% Superwash Merino 20% Nylon, 100g, 76 yds / 70m) in Balloon.

Needles and notions

The needle size that works best for your yarn will depend on your individual tension. The recommended needle size for the yarn is a good starting point.


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