The Camaura toque will keep you both warm and stylish as you learn herbology in the palace gardens.
A buttoned brim, flower buds and twisted stitches adorn this chic hat.
The brim is knitted in the round and turned inside out to flatter pretty handpainted yarns. Stitches are picked up to form the body of the hat and the twisted stitch pattern leads to a star-patterned crown.
To fit head circumference S (M, L):
50.5 (56, 61) cm / 20 (22, 24) in
Designed to be worn with 3 cm (1.5 in) negative ease
Worsted weight yarn shown in:
MC (Hat Body): madeline tosh merino DK: 100% merino, 205 m (225 yds) in 100g, colour way Mica: 130 (160, 190) m / 140 (175, 210) yds
CC (Brim): Handmaiden Fine Yarn Maiden Hair: 67% silk, 23% mohair, 10% nylon, 300 m (328 yds) in 100g, colour way Winter Sleep: 55 (60, 65) m / 60 (65, 70) yds
Needles & Notions:
3.5mm (US 4) needles for small diameter (hat body and brim) circular knitting
1 stitch marker
2 buttons - 1.5 cm (0.7 in)
22 sts x 29 rows in 10 cm x 10 cm (4 in x 4 in) measured over St st in MC
Knit and purl stitches
Casting on and off
Increases and decreases
Knitting in the round
Following cable chart or written instructions
Originally published September 2016.
Current version: Camaura_v1.0.pdf
PDF file size: 1.2MB
Blog post with more information can be found here
Technical Editor: Gwen Wagner-Adair
Model: Suzi T and Helen Ryan
Photography: Joelle Trousdale
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