Sand Pond Hat Knitting Pattern by Lavender Hill Knits
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The Sand Pond pattern is named for a small lake in southern Maine. When the waves of the lake gently wash in and out, they leave behind beautiful formations in the sand below. The cable pattern used in this hat (and the coordinating neck wrap and cowl shown in the last two photos) looks like the soft rippled peaks of sand, formed by the water, that flow artistically into one another. This pattern is perfect for knitters who have never tried cables, have some knowledge of knitting in the round, and is a super quick knit for those experienced cable knitters. There are no abbreviations to learn and no charts to follow.
This hat coordinates with my Sand Pond Neck Wrap/Cowl shown in the last two photos, pattern is available here on my site.
Skill level: advanced beginner/intermediate
The stitch pattern looks much more complicated than it is!
120 yards of bulky weight yarn (yarn used for hat shown is Bernat Roving)
size US 11 (8mm) and size 10.5 (6.5mm) 16” circular knitting needles
size US 11 double-point needles
purchased pom-pom or make one with leftover yarn
Using bulky weight yarn and size 11 needles in cable pattern: 13 sts and 15 rows per 4 inches
Knitting stitches used:
knit stitch, purl stitch, decreases
9” high, 18” around unstretched, 21” around stretched
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This pattern is written in English.
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