Lucy Hat

This delightful knit hat pattern is available for you today in our Knitting Shop at the Interweave Store. Now as an individual pattern, and in the original magazine issue with more than 20 other designs. You can get the issue of Knitscene Winter 2012 in print and digital edition.

Designer Carina Spencer
Sizes 20 (22)" circumference; shown in size 20"
Yarn Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage (100% superwash merino; 200 yd [182 m]/115 g):
• hickory (tan, MC), 1 skein
• tart (red, CC), 1 skein
Gauge 20 sts and 28 rnds = 4" in St st
Tools
• Size 6 (4 mm): 16" circular (cir) needle and set of double-pointed needles (dpn)
• Markers (m)
• Yarn needle

Women’s hat worked in short-rows and woven stitch.

 

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27 thoughts on “Lucy Hat

  1. Has anyone at Interweave been kind enough to answer any of the questions asked by the people on the blog?  I find that some blogs don’t bother to answer their members questions, which is frustrating especially when a lot of members will pay to purchase a pattern they like.  Makes one want to erase Interweave from their computer.

  2. Hi everyone.  I’ve been knititing for 6 years but have always stuck to uncomplicated patterns so I have a question about these short rows; are we supposed to pick up the wrapped stitches as we knit back and forth?  The pattern doesn’t expressly state that the wrapped stitches should be picked up in the short row instructions but does specify to pick up wrapped stitches just before the change to CC…is picking up wrapped stitches an unspoken given?  I’ve spent a few hours reading and watching youtube videos on short rows and wrapping stitches but have yet to find an answer to my question.  I’m inclined to think that yes, the stitches do need to be picked up but since I’ve never wrapped before I’m hesitant to do something that’s not written in the pattern.

    Thanks in advance!

  3. How do i get the pattern for this hat. I have checked on Ravelry and they have a link to here…Can anyone help? Do I need to buy it? I would be glad to if I could find it….

    Thanks

     

  4. So frustrated! I’ve tried to download the electronic version of Knitscene several times now and cannot get it to go through. Why is my user id and password from this site not valid in the store? I really want this pattern. 🙁

  5. I knit this 2x.  The first hat using the 20″ directions on sz 6’s was way too big even going 5″ before the dec around.  Thank goodness because knitting to 5¼” would have drowned me.  5″ already covers my ears and I have a 22″ circ head.

    Then I used a sz 5 using the small size (20″) directions and it came out better fitting.  My advise is to use a US 5!

  6. It doesn’t hurt that the model is a stunning lady, but this is just plain classy, timeless, & charming. I can’t wait to try it. I say try because I’m still new to anything not square or rectangular 😉

  7. It doesn’t hurt that the model is a stunning lady, but this is just plain classy, timeless, & charming. I can’t wait to try it. I say try because I’m still new to anything not square or rectangular 😉

  8. I have the exact same question as Jacksz32, about whether to pick up the wrapped stitches after every short row or, as the pattern says, only after completing all of the shrot rows.

    Jacksz32 asked back in December 2012 so I have a feeling questions won’t be answered here anytime soon.

     

  9. you show beautiful items, like the Lucy Hat, but you suck us into joining the site and then don’t have the pattern.

    This is so misleading and manipulative. I agree with other people, I don’t want a hard copy. I’ll go to Ravelry and probably never come bach here again. 

    Believe me, I will spread the word of what you do to people.

  10. you show beautiful items, like the Lucy Hat, but you suck us into joining the site and then don’t have the pattern.

    This is so misleading and manipulative. I agree with other people, I don’t want a hard copy. I’ll go to Ravelry and probably never come bach here again. 

    Believe me, I will spread the word of what you do to people.

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