Aloe Knit Hat and Mobius Cowl Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
- 360 yds (329.2m) #4 worsted weight yarn for cowl
180 yds (164.6m) #4 worsted weight yarn for hat
- US10.5 (6.5mm) knitting needles
- Yarn needle
Shown in Knit Picks Brava Worsted; 100% premium acrylic, #4 worsted weight yarn; 218 yds (200m) per 3.5oz (100gm); color peapod, 2 balls.
Note: You will need two balls for the mobius cowl and a partial ball for the hat. The Aloe Knit Hat and Mobius Cowl Pattern projects can be completed with 2 balls of Knit Picks Brava Worsted Yarn.
Gauge: 16sts / 16 rows = 4 in (10cm) in blocked stitch pattern
Mobius Cowl: 34 in (86.4cm) circumference x 15 in (38.1cm) tall
Hat: 20 in (50.8cm) circumference x 9 in (22.9cm) tall
Watch the YouTube tutorial video that teaches you step-by-step how to knit the Aloe Knit Hat and Mobius Cowl Pattern
This pattern is a bargain because you get two patterns in one: both Hat AND Mobius Cowl Pattern
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