Biscotte Yarns

DIAPHANE Hat - Free Knitting Pattern

To celebrate the launch of her new yarn collection KID SILK, Louise Robert is pleased to offer you this free hat pattern: the DIAPHANE model!

To knit this pattern, I used a yarn that produces stripes from the PatricKnits collection that I doubled with a very fine mohair yarn. 

The mixture of the two yarns produces a fluffy result where the colors blend together in a diaphanous effect that is as soft to look at as it is to touch.

The cable stitch pattern of this model is perfect to practice the technique of knitting cables without using a cable needle. Discover this method by watching our video tutorial:https://youtu.be/sJAx5a4oofQ

IN ADDITION TO THIS FREE HAT PATTERN, YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL TO KNIT THE DIAPHANE HAT:

YARN

  • PatricKnits Collection SIGNATURE YARN (85% merino sw, 15% nylon; 400 m / 100g) about 35 grams, shown in the color KIITOS.
  • Louise Robert Collection KID SILK (75% kid mohair, 25% silk; 210 m / 25g) about 20 g, shown in the color COURTISANE.

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS

GAUGE

22 stitches = 10 cm in stockinette stitch knitted with both yarns together.

SIZE

Adult one size; head band circumference = 36 cm; 15 inches (unstretched)

NOTE: This pattern is available in a PDF format. Simply add this pattern to your cart and follow every steps to complete a $0 order. A link to download the pattern will be provided on the final screen of the order and you will also get it by email. Enjoy!!

Customer Reviews

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Suzanne Shirey
Diaphane Hat

This is a beautiful hat. The pattern is easy to follow, and will look great with many types of yarn. Thank you!

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Susan Conner
Diaphane Hat

This is a wonderful pattern. Love the color combination possibilities. Also a chance to brush up on my somewhat limited knitting skills. Thank you.

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Virginia Schindler
Love this hat!

Very nice pattern with unique cable placements. The patterned yarn shown works well with this hat design. Thank you, Biscotte, your patterns are amazing!

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Cindy Kester
Diaphane Hat

Although I haven't actually gotten to this project yet, I think it will be fun to knit. The 2 different yarns and the texture in the hat will add a bit of interest to keep the pattern interesting.