I had Malabrigo Finito on hand, and it was a perfect foil for my dream hat of the season. Sock yarns would also make a good choice as long as the colors are semi-solid or solid.
I loved making this so much, I made three.
And no, you don't have to stack them like Girlfriend is here, but I guess you could--especially if it was really cold and you couldn't help but knit three like I did.
This one's a fun knit. It has an allover rib and if you follow the instructions (I give them to you round by round), you'll reproduce this hat with its totally randomly dropped stitches.
Sized from youth through large adult and unisex, the Torn-Up Toque is the perfect take-along pattern that you can make for yourself, family, and friends of all ages.
This is a fun pattern for an intermediate beginner.
Youth/Adult Small (Adult Average, Adult Large)
Approximately 18 (19.5, 21)” circumference, unstretched
Malabrigo Finito (100% Superfine Merino Wool; 200 yards / 50 grams): 2 hanks #856 Azules (shown as top layer; middle layer is #048 Glitter and bottom layer is #855 Aguas)
One 16” circular needle size US 2 (2.5 mm)
1 set double point needles size US 2 (2.5 mm)
Stitch markers in three colors; yarn needle
44 sts and 42 rows = 4” in 1 x 1 Ribbing, unstretched
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