Issue 515 • Adelaide Cable and Rib Hat
Although it still feels like summer, the days are getting shorter and it will soon be hat weather. Be ready for those chilly mornings to come by casting on for a new hat now. A simple rib pattern leads in a cable and back to rib for the crown shaping on this hat knit in 100% merino Adelaide.
published September 12, 2017
- 5 sts/inch on US 6-7 (4-4.5 mm) needle
- 123 yards/50 gram hank
- hand wash cool, dry flat
- 12 colors
Worsted weight pure merino in a palette of sumptuous heathers. This affordable merino is a go-to worsted weight you'll return to time and time again.
The five neutral shades and seven classic colors are all subtly heathered, adding depth and nuance to your projects. The two plies and a firm z twist give it bounce and spring. Wonderful stitch definition makes it perfect for cables and other textured stitches.
Fun with Color Knit-A-Long
Just one more week until our FUN WITH COLOR Knit-a-long begins! Look for our stranded colorwork cowl pattern in Liberty Wool Light in our Web-Letter next week on September 19th (Issue #516).
Not crazy about colorwork? Knit-a-long with us on a striped linen stitch scarf in two print colorways of Liberty Wool (Issue #485). Kick off is September 19th and the KAL ends on October 31st.
Prizes will be given each week to randomly selected participants who post in our Ravelry thread – including free yarn! – so be sure to post your works in progress! #ceyfunwithcolor