KNITTING PATTERN: The Cardinal - digital PDF download - beanie, fair isle, fitted, slouchy fit. Woman, men, unisex knitted hat, handmade

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The Cardinal

The Cardinal works up to be lightweight, fitted with a modern, minimal and stylish slouch. The hat pattern is very flexible when it comes to the type of yarn and materials that can be used. This hat is perfect for all year round, as it’s soft and airy, with a non-seasonal design.



♥ This is a knitting pattern for the advanced-beginner or intermediate knitter.

♥ This pattern is for an Adult Hat, relaxed fit
(approx 18-23” head circumference) - this also depends on yarn choice & knitting tension.

♥ Pattern is written in English using standard US terms.

♥ Includes basic knitting instructions, and colour coordinated chart.
Note: this pattern is best read digitally (phone, screen, etc), or printed out in colour.

♥ Includes some picture tutorials, explanations and additional designer notes for other pattern options - this pattern does not include step by step photos.



This listing is for the pattern only, and not the finished product.

No returns for digital downloads.


❤ Please do not reproduce, share or sell this pattern. You are welcome to sell items made with this pattern on a small scale.

❤ Please give design and pattern credit to TheArtrist and use hashtags #TheArtrist #TheCardinal



❤ I am also more than happy to answer any questions you may have throughout your knitting process! Please feel free to contact me on Etsy, Instagram (@theartrist) or email me at: theartrist @ gmail.com


Enjoy, and Happy Knitting!
Tristan


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Beautiful pattern! Very much looking forward to making this hat!
Feb 7, 2018 by bwatt280
This is a beautifully written and designed pattern. It was pretty easy to get the hang of the repeats and see how the current row should go as the pattern worked up.
Nov 13, 2017 by Alana
Oct 15, 2017 by Bridgette Rosengrant
Great pattern, and very clear steps!
Aug 9, 2017 by Yvonne Luu
May 24, 2017 by Sandi Watson