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Mosaic Knit Hat Pattern || Dynamic Wave

Knit this Mosaic Knit Hat Pattern – Dynamic Wave – with only 2 balls of a new alpaca blend yarn from KnitPicks/WeCrochet. Super-soft and stylish, make one for yourself today!

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Mosaic knit hat, pattern available here - dynamic wave.

DYNAMIC WAVE HAT || Mosaic Knit Hat Pattern 

Designed by Marly Bird 

SKILL LEVEL

Intermediate

MEASUREMENTS

To Fit Size

Adult S (M, L)

Finished Measurements

Circumference approx: 20 (22, 24)” [51 (56, 61) cm]

Tall: 8 (9, 10)” [20.5 (23, 25.5) cm]

Gauge 

22 sts = 4″ [10 cm] in Dynamic Wave Slip Stitch pattern

MATERIALS

Yarn 

WeCrochet Upcycled Alpaca Blend (33% Alpaca/ 34% Wool/ 33% Acrylic, 219 yds / 200 m, 3.5 oz/ 100 g, CYCA# 4 Worsted): 

Color A (CA): #29723 Pistachio, 1 ball

Color B (CB): #29727 Lapis, 1 ball

Needle

U.S. 6 [4 mm] 16” circular needle, U.S. 7 [4.5 mm] 16” circular needles and set of 5 double pointed needles, or size required for gauge

Notions 

Stitch markers, tapestry needle, pom-pom (optional)

ABBREVIATIONS

CDD – Center Double Decrease

CO – Cast On

k – knit

k2tog – knit Two Together

P – Purl

Pm – Place Marker

Sl – Slip

St(s) – Stitches

TBL – through the back loop

SPECIAL STITCHES 

Center Double Decrease (CDD): Slip 2 stitches together knitwise, knit one stitch, pass the slipped stitches over [2 stitches decreased].

Knit Two Together (k2tog): knit 2 sts together (1 st decreased).

MOSAIC KNIT HAT PATTERN CHARTS

Stitch Fiddle Chart Link: https://www.stitchfiddle.com/c/sjqjo1-88wtol 

Mosaic knit hat pattern dynamic wave - stitch chart.

NOTES

  • When casting on, place a marker every 20 stitches to keep count.
  • Project is made from the bottom brim to crown.
  • Slip all stitches as if to purl with yarn in back.

VIDEO TUTORIAL

Mosaic knit hat-pattern available: dynamic wave. Hat in wooden tray.

DYNAMIC WAVE MOSAIC KNIT HAT PATTERN

BRIM

With CA and smaller circular needles, cast on 108 (120, 132) sts. Place marker on needle and join to work in the round. 

Rounds 1-9: *k1tbl, p1; repeat from * around. 

BODY

With larger circular needles, continue in pattern.

Set-up Round 1: CA knit — 108 (120, 132) sts. 

Round 1: *CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 2: *CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 3: *CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 4: *CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 5: *CB k2, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k1; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 6: *CB k2, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k3, CA Sl 1 wyib, CB k1: repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 7: *CA k1, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k2; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Round 8: *CA k1, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k3, CB Sl 1 wyib, CA k2; repeat from * around — 9 (10, 11) times. 

Work rounds 1-8 another 7 (8, 9) times more.

CROWN

(also see chart)

Round 1: *CB k2, CB k2tog, CB k2, CB k2tog, CB k2, CB k2tog; repeat from * around — 81 (90, 99) sts.

Round 2: CB knit around.

Round 3: *CA k1, CA k2tog, CA k1, CA k2tog, CA k1, CA k2tog; repeat from * around — 54 (60, 66) sts.

Round 4: CA knit around.

Round 5: *CB k2tog; repeat from * around — 27 (30, 33) sts. 

Round 6: CB knit around.

Round 7: *CA CDD; repeat from * around, sizes S and L knit 1 more — 14 (15, 16) sts.

Round 8: CA knit around.

FINISHING

Cut yarn, and use tapestry needle to slip all remaining sts off the needles as if to knit, then pull tight like a drawstring.

Fasten tail securely to wrong side of hat. 

Weave in all loose ends. 

Make a pom-pom and sew to top (optional).

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Marly Bird

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Marly is a knitwear and crochet designer (and yarn addict) that is here to help you learn how to knit and crochet in a way that's fun and approachable.

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