Looking for a hat that beats back the cold and look handsome doing it? Fulton by Emily Greene features bold and modern cables paired with a satisfyingly deep brim ideal for a unisex late-fall/winter hat. Fulton is available in two styles–watch cap (shown) and a slouchy beanie–for versatility and style preference. This hat is worked seamlessly from the bottom up starting with an optional tubular cast on for a polished look and features cables that flow seamlessly from 2x2 ribbing. Finish your hat with a custom Hudson + West Co. leather label.
View the Autumn/Winter 2019 Lookbook.
Type: Printed Pattern (8.5" x 5.5" booklet)
Designer: Emily Greene
Skill Level: 3 out of 5
Yarn: Hudson + West Co. Forge (70% U.S. Merino / 30% U.S. Corriedale; 235 yds [214 m]; 3.5 oz. [100g]): fawn (natural beige), 1 (1) skeins.
18" [45.5 cm] finished circumference (unstretched), 9.5” (10.3)” [24 (26.5) cm] finished length (unfolded).
Hudson + West Co. Forge (70% U.S. Merino / 30% U.S. Corriedale; 235 yds [214 m]; 3.5 oz. [100g]): fawn (natural beige), 1 (1) skeins.
Size US 6 (4.0 mm): 16” (40 cm) circs and double-pointed needles.
Size US 5 (3.75 mm): 16” (40 cm) circ.
Size US 4 (3.5 mm): 16” (40 cm) circ.
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Stitch markers or locking stitch markers (m); cable needle (cn); waste yarn; tapestry needle; size E/4 (3.5 mm) crochet hook.
28.5 sts and 31 rows = 4" (10 cm) in 2x2 Rib on second largest needles.
28.5 sts and 27 rows = 4” (10 cm) in cable chart on largest needles.
One 32-stitch repeat of chart = 4.5” (11.5 cm) wide on largest needles.
Cabling with (or without) a cable needle; chart reading; circular knitting; decreasing; crochet chain provisional cast on.
About the Designer
Emily Greene is a Brooklyn-based designer of knitwear and buildings. Her graphic handknit designs are heavily influenced by her architectural background and by her broader studies of shape, pattern, and surface design. Emily’s modern knitwear designs have been published by Laine Magazine, Brooklyn Tweed, Pom Pom Quarterly, and Woolfolk. Through her signature use of diagonal lines and texture, Emily aims to create patterns that inspire and challenge makers to stretch their skills and elevate their handknit wardrobes. She can be found on both Instagram and Ravelry as @emilygreeneknits; her knitwear designs can be found on her website, emilygreeneknits.com.