Natalie Hat Knitting Pattern

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Is Hat Season!

Natalie Hat is perfect for a quick and cute knitting hat pattern and great for all beginners, the round cables really make statement on this hat that will keep you warm and so elegant during on those cold days.

If you love the scarf I am using with my Natalie hat, you can find Central Park Scarf Knitting Pattern HERE

Size for your Natalie Hat
One size, woman´s average.
To fit head circumference up to 23 inch (58cm)
Model´s head circumference is 22 inch (56cm)

Cable needle
Tapestry needle

23 stitches & 29 rows in stocking stitch, using 5mm knitting needles = 4 inches (10cm)

Finished Measurements of your Natalie Hat
Circumference: 18 inch (46cm) unstretched
Height: 8 inch (20cm)

Materials for your Natalie Hat
Worsted weight yarn (250 yards)
Shown in: Witico Silke by Arvier 100% virgin wool (50g-163yds)
US 4/ 3.5mm needles
US6/ 4mm needles

Get your Natalie Hat Knitting Pattern and start casting on!

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2 Responses

  1. Teresa

    It’s a lovely pattern (though probably a bit too complicated for me). Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  2. Ann

    That is just beautiful! You’re inspiring me to learn how to knit. Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJs!

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