Snow Shoe Hat

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I knit this hat during a trip to Snow Shoe, PA this past summer. Being in the woods and further north than normal, I wore this hat all weekend to keep warm and to keep my hair out of my face. I used scraps of yarn that I had in my knitting bag the time.
Size: S/M, for women
Needle: US 7
Yarn: Worsted Weight
Gauge: 5-5 ½ stitches to the inch. 20 stitches x 24 rows=4 inches
Finished Dimensions: Height: roughly 7 inches Circumference: 20 inches
Hat is worked flat.
Get the pattern here:

Step 1

The second stitch of the k3 in Rows 1 and 3 is always a yarnover from the previous purl row.

Step 2

The yo increase on the purl rows always occurs between the two stitches you passed the slipped stitch over.

Step 3

In Row 1, hold the yarn in front of your work while you slip the stitch. The rest of the time, hold your yarn to the back of your work as you slip the stitch purlwise.

Step 4

The psso is for BOTH of the k2 stitches.

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