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{FREE} FIRESIDE : Chevron Hat Knitting Pattern

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FREE Chevron Hat Knitting Pattern. Create this beautiful stitch with just knit and purl stitches.


  • Available Sizes: One
  • Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart
  • Pattern Language: English
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly
  • Bonus: Checklist


  • Knit in the Round
  • Knit & Purl Stitches
  • Increase Stitch
  • Decrease Stitch


  • Yarn Weight: Super Bulky
  • Yardage: 75 – 85 yards {69 – 77 meters}
  • Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick
  • Needle Size: US 11 {8mm} Knitting Needles with a 16″ & 32” {40cm & 60cm} Cable or DPNs
  • Extras: Stitch Marker


  • Measurements: 9 1/2″ x 10 3/4″ {24cm x 27cm}
  • Gauge: 11.5 sts & 14 rows per 4” {10cm} square {KITR in the pattern below}
  • Weight: 4.6oz {130g}


  • Not reversible.
  • Knit bottom up.
  • Knit using the Elongated Chevron Knit Stitch.
  • When knitting in the round you’re always knitting the right side of your work.

Pattern, Knit in the Round:

  • CO 48 STS, PM, join in the round.
  • Brim:
  • Rounds 1-4: *K1, P1*
  • Round 5: *[K1, P1 4 times] INC1* {increase 6 STS}
  • Body:
  • Rounds 6-8: *[K2, P2 twice] K1 [P2, K2 twice] P1*
  • Rounds 9-11 *P1, K2, P2, K2, P3 [K2, P2 twice]*
  • Rounds 12-14: *[P2, K2 twice] P1 [K2, P2 twice] K1*
  • Rounds 15-17: *K1, P2, K2, P2, K3 [P2, K2 twice]*
  • Repeat rounds 6-17 one more time.
  • Modification Option: For a slouchy hat knit rows 6-17 one more time.
  • Crown:
  • Switch to a longer cable, to knit in the magic loop method, or DPN’s when the stitches get too tight.
  • *K7, K2TOG*
  • *K6, K2TOG*
  • *K5, K2TOG*
  • *K4, K2TOG*
  • *K3, K2TOG*
  • *K2, K2TOG*
  • *K1, K2TOG*
  • *K2TOG*
  • Finishing:
  • Without binding off, cut or break the yarn, leaving a long tail.
  • Using a darning needle, thread the tail through the remaining stitches, pull tight and weave in on the WS.
  • Weave in your beginning tail.
  • Blocking:
  • Block, if desired. I blocked mine. It’s a little weird, but I use a saucer. Like a teacup and saucer. ;) I put it inside the hat, so the bottom “swirl” is in the center of the saucer and the saucer is bulging outward. I lightly wet it with a spray bottle and press a dry towel on the “swirl” to soak up any excess moisture and let it dry overnight. I find that I have to play with it for awhile before I’m happy with it, but once I’ve worn it a few times, it’s shaped just as I like with very little effort.


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  • * – * – repeat between * to end of round
  • BO – bind-off in pattern
  • CO – cast-on {long-tail cast-on method}
  • INC1 – make 1 stitch {I use a backwards loop}
  • K2TOG – knit 2 stitches together
  • K – knit stitches {K1 means to knit 1 stitch}
  • KITR – knit in the round
  • P – purl stitches {P2 means to purl 2 stitches}
  • PM – place marker
  • STS – stitches
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