Roil Hat


by Jared Flood

“A unique cable pattern brings epic texture to your hat collection! The plush, stretchy fabric creates a one-size-fit-most design for teens and adults.” 

– Jared Flood

Product description

"This allover honeycomb stitch is interwoven with columns of textural tuck stitches throughout for a rhythmic, undulating fabric that is exceptionally squishy. An offset-ribbed brim flows seamlessly into the cable pattern, which continues unbroken into a floret-shaped crown design, giving the hat an artful cohesion throughout." — designer, Jared Flood

Photographed with Roil Scarf by Jared Flood.

Designer: Jared Flood

Share on social: #RoilHat

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Roil Hat

Cabled Beanie

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Skill Level 3 of 5
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Arbor 3-ply Worsted-Spun DK Weight
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  • Product description

    "This allover honeycomb stitch is interwoven with columns of textural tuck stitches throughout for a rhythmic, undulating fabric that is exceptionally squishy. An offset-ribbed brim flows seamlessly into the cable pattern, which continues unbroken into a floret-shaped crown design, giving the hat an artful cohesion throughout." — designer, Jared Flood

    Photographed with Roil Scarf by Jared Flood.

    Designer: Jared Flood

    Share on social: #RoilHat

  • Pattern materials

    YARN

    225 yards/205 meters of any Brooklyn Tweed worsted weight yarn or any Brooklyn Tweed DK weight yarn

    • Sample 1 photographed in Arbor color Cobbler.
    • Sample 2 photographed in Shelter color Pollen.
    • Sample 3 photographed in Re•Ply Rambouillet color Root.


    NEEDLES

    Main needles

    • Suggested Size: US 6 (4 mm)
    • One 16” (40cm) circular needle
    • One set of double-pointed needles (DPNs)

    Ribbing needle

    • Suggested size US 3 (3.25 mm)
    • Three or four sizes smaller than main needle
    • One 16” (40cm) circular needle


  • Pattern specs

    CONSTRUCTION

    • The hat is worked circularly from the bottom up, beginning with a ribbed brim worked on a needle 3-4 sizes smaller than your main needle. Going down several needle sizes this way improves the fit of this hat and creates a sturdy ribbed brim, from which the cables will emerge in an unbroken pattern.
    • After completion of the ribbed brim, you will switch to main needle and work an increase round. The increased number of stitches is necessary to provide the proper ease for the cable patterning within the body of the hat.
    • After completion of the unshaped portion of the hat body, crown shaping is worked to close the top of the hat. The decreases have been designed to integrate invisibly into the cable pattern, maintaining an unbroken look throughout the entire project.


    FINISHED DIMENSIONS

    • 20½"/52 cm circumference, unstretched
    • 8¼"/21 cm length
    • To fit head sizes: 20-23”/51-58.5 cm


    GAUGE

    • 28 stitches & 37 rounds per 4”/10 cm in Cable Pattern with main needle, after blocking


    Please note: the stitch patterns used for this accessory may be worked from written or charted instructions.


  • Techniques

    Tutorials for all special techniques listed below are included in the pattern:

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Jared Flood

Portland, Oregon | Founder + Creative Director, Brooklyn Tweed

Jared Flood is an American knitwear designer, photographer, and founder of the design house and yarn manufacturer Brooklyn Tweed. His design work draws inspiration from art history, architectural and interior design, urban street fashion, and regional hand-knitting traditions from around the world. Growing up in a home filled with sewn, quilted, knitted and crocheted textiles instilled an enduring passion for natural fibers and hand-making that continues to inform his creative journey. An avid gardener and cook, Jared lives in Portland, Oregon with his husband, two French bulldogs and many, many houseplants.