Suilven Hat Knitting Pattern
A pretty hat with zigzag stripes of delicate lace. Lightweight and warm in alpaca yarn, this is a real treat to wear. Suilven is an iconic peak in the Scottish Highlands – the zigzags in the lace mirror its distinctive peaks. The lace pattern is easier than it looks, and working through the different rows in the zigzag pattern makes this an engaging and addictive knit. This pattern uses less than half a skein of yarn – so you should have enough for a matching Suilven Cowl too.
Pattern contains both charts and full written instructions.
Yarn: Juniper Moon Herriot Fine (4ply)
Colourway Travertine (75% Alpaca 25% Nylon, 422 m/461 yds per 100 g)
One 100 g skeins = 422 m/461 yds, with plenty of yarn left over.
Dimensions: Smaller size stretches to fit heads up to 54 cm/21.5” around. Larger size stretches to fit heads 55 cm/22” around and up.
Needles: 4 mm/US 6 75 cm/30” circular needle
Gauge: 16 sts and 28 rows = 10cm in stocking stitch after blocking.
Extras: Tapestry needle for weaving in loose ends, one stitch marker.
Cowl pattern pictured available to purchase separately here.
You can also purchase this pattern on Ravelry.