This speedy but stylish, boho Winter in Robin Hood’s Bay hat pattern is the chunky super-fast version of the Autumn in Robin Hood’s Bay beret. It combines sections of a traditional Old Shale pattern with stocking stitch.
The Winter in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho style hat is knitted with chunky/bulky weight yarn. It combines sections of a traditional Old Shale pattern with stocking stitch. It is designed to be worn with a close fitting rib band and then a much larger body. It is warm and cozy for the Autumn and Winter seasons.
And it knits up really quickly so makes a great last minute gift.
The hat was knitted in Rowan Cocoon (80% Wool, 20% Mohair) in colourway Misty Blue 827.
To fit sizes:
Small, (Medium, Large)
Finished brim circumference:
17, (18, 19)”
43, (46, 48.5) cm
14 stitches and 16 rows worked in stocking stitch in the round on 7mm needles = 10x10cm/4x4inches.
6mm/US10 (40cm or shorter) circular needles or dpns for working in the round.
7mm/US10.5 (40cm or shorter) circular needles or dpns for working in the round.
1 x 100g chunky weight yarn.
Rowan Cocoon (80% Wool, 20% Mohair) in colourway Misty Blue 827 used.
6 stitch markers
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The Winter in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho Hat pattern is knitted with Cocoon yarn from Rowan. I blocked my hat using a large dinner plate to show off the beautiful crown and give it the distinct Tam shape. p>add to cart | show cart
Spring in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho Hat Pattern Information
|Published in||Emma Sadler’s Ravelry Store|
|Category||Accessories – Hat – Beret – Tam|
|Suggested Yarn||Rowan Cocoon|
|Yarn Weight||Chunky / bulky / 12 ply|
|Gauge/Tension||14 stitches and 16 rows = 10 cm in Stocking stitch in the round|
7.0 mm and US 10 – 6.0 mm
100 – 126 yards (91 – 115 m)
17, (18, 19)” 43, (46, 48.5) cm
Boho Winter in Robin Hood’s Bay Hat Pattern Gallery
As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear. In this case, it’s for me and I saw this yarn and felt it was perfect for the hat. It’s warm, chunky and knits up quickly, it comes in a lovely range of colours too, but you could substitute any chunky yarn that gets you the same gauge/tension