Porthtowan by Faye Perriam-Reed

Porthtowan

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 39 rows = 4 inches
in Lace Pattern
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
131 - 273 yards (120 - 250 m)
To Fit Head Circumference S (M: L) 53 (59: 65)cm 21 (231/4: 251/2)in
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Porthtowan is an airy lightweight hat suitable for all year round, with options to work as a beanie or a slightly longer slouch style hat. I’ve found it’s also the perfect weight to wear under a cycling helmet on colder mornings, or keep in your pocket in case a sudden chill arrives in the air!

The hat is worked from the cuff up in the round and decreased at the crown over the last 3cm.
Choose to work the lace pattern from written instructions or a chart.
Note that the stitch marker will move on some rounds when a double decrease is worked.

SIZES
To Fit Head Circumference
53 (59: 65)cm 21 (231/4: 251/2)in

Actual Hat Circumference
48.75 (54.75: 61)cm 19 (211/2: 24)in

Length Crown to Hem Beanie Hat
19.5 (21.5: 23.5)cm 73/4 (81/2: 91/4)in

Length Crown to Hem Slouch Hat
29.25 (31.75: 31.25)cm 111/2 (12: 121/4)in

NEEDLES
• A set of 2.75mm (UK 12/US 2) double pointed needles (DPNs) or a circular needle, 40cm long
• A set of 3.25mm (UK 10/US 3) double pointed needles (DPNs) or a circular needle, 40cm long

NOTIONS
• Stitch marker(s)

TENSION
23 sts and 39 rounds to 10cm over pattern on 3.25mm needles
14 st pattern rep is 6cm wide