The Carnaúba Hat is a fun and interesting hat pattern, worked in a basket-weave cable stitch pattern in the round from brim to crown.
The Carnaúba Hat was inspired by the palm tree of the same name, very common in the semi-arid region of Northeast Brazil. Also called the ‘tree of life’ for its many uses, such as medicinal teas, waxes and construction logs, it is also a very popular employed material in crafts in many local communities. Baskets, hats, boxes, lampshades, mats, are all woven using carnaúba leaves.
This listing is for a knitting pattern PDF, available only in English and Portuguese BR as a digital download, it is not a finished item.
Prices are in US Dollars, VAT and taxes not included.
Baby (Toddler, Child) [Adult S/M, M/L] to fit head with
14 (16, 18) [21, 23]”
35 (40, 45) [52.5, 57.5] cm circumference.
DK Weight yarn
Approximately 130 (150, 170) [200, 220] yd/120 (140, 160) [180, 200] m of DK weight yarn.
Sample features Anzula Lucero DK 80% superwash merino wool, 10% cashmere, 10% sparkling stellina in colorway Hippo.
4 mm/US 6 circular needles with 16”/40 cm, or size needed to obtain rib 2x2 gauge.
6 mm/US 10 circular needles with 16”/40 cm, or size needed to obtain cable gauge.
6 mm/US 10 small circular needles, double pointed needles, or preferred method for knitting small circumferences in the round, or size needed to obtain cable gauge.
blocking tools of your preference, cable needle, crochet hook, scissors, spare circular needles for provisional cast on, stitch markers (one in contrast color for BOR), tapestry needle, waste yarn.
26 sts x 32 rounds in 4"/10 cm in 2x2 rib unstretched using smaller needles;
24 sts x 30 rounds in 4"/10 cm in cable pattern using bigger needles;
Changes in gauge will affect your yardage requirements and your final measurements.