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Quilted Lattice Knit Hat by Briana K Designs

While here in Florida, we don’t need hats as many months of the year, I still love them. And a homemade hat with stunning yarn is perfection. There is just something comfortable and unique about wearing a custom piece with each stitch knit with intention. I hope you enjoy this Quilted Lattice Knit Hat as much as I do. 

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Quilted Lattice Crochet Hat by Briana K Designs

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Quilted Lattice Knit Hat Supplies:

• Needles US 5.5 mm (9) & US 7 (4.5 mm) dnp or circular needles or 5 DPNs
• Yarn Needle
• Scissors
• Fur Pompom, tutorial on blog

Madelinetosh Chunky
 in colorway Earl Grey

If the gauge is met, other yarns of the same weight can be substituted:
• Berroco Ultra Wool Chunky
• Red Heart Vera
• Manos Del Uruguay Serpentina

• Approx. 110 Yards [100 meters] if crocheting back as well.

• 14 sts and 24 rows = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette

• Adult size, brim stretches to fit 19-23″ heads, height is 9 inches.

• BO- Bind Off
• CO- Cast On
• k- knit
• st(s) – stitch(es)
• wyif – with yarn in front

Skill Level:
• Intermediate

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Notes for the Quilted Lattice Knit Hat:

I love working up a quick knit hat in a chunky yarn that has a beautiful yet simplistic texture. This is one to enjoy all fall and well into the winter months. The repeats are done in multiples of 6+3, so sizing up or down for the novice knitter is not complicated. I hope you enjoy this freebie. 

-This hat is worked in the round to the desired length starting at the brim. The stitch in this pattern was inspired by Barbara Walker and her wonderful Treasury of Knitting Pattern book

Quilted Lattice Knit Hat Video:

Quilted Lattice Knit Hat by Briana K Designs

Quilted Lattice Knit Hat Body:

RoundDescriptionStitch Count
COWith US 7 (4.25 mm) needles, CO 66.66
1-9*k1, p1; repeat * around66
10With US 9 (5.5 mm) needles, knit around66
11*wyif sl 5, k1; repeat * around66
12knit around66
13k2, *insert needle under loose strand and knit next stitch, bringing stitch out from under strand, k5; repeat * around, end last repeat k366
14knit around66
15k3, *wyif sl 5; k1; repeat * until last 3; wyif sl 366
16wyif sl 2, knit in remaining sts around66
17*k5, insert needle under loose strand and knit next stitch, bringing stitch out from under strand; repeat * around66
18knit around66


Repeat rounds 11-18 seven times, or until the desired length.


Cut yarn, with a tapestry needle weave through remaining stitches, and pull tight to close the top of the hat. Re-enforce by stitching the top of the hat to ensure it remains closed. Sew a pompom on top of the hat.

Faux Fur Pompom Video Tutorial:

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Wednesday 12th of February 2020

Hi Brianna-Beautiful Hat! Thanks so much for sharing! Question-are there no decreases to the crown? Seems like 66 Stitches is a lot to gather up. Just wanted to be sure before starting this project. Thank you again for taking the time to share these instructions and the amount of time and effort put into writing it all up and doing the videos.

Briana Kepner

Thursday 13th of February 2020

Thank you for your kind words. And yep, this is a slouchy hat with a gather rather than a decrease :)

Gail Seemann

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

Lovely hat with a well done video! Thanks.

Briana Kepner

Tuesday 11th of February 2020

Thank You

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