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Chamber of Secrets Style Hat

© Mandy Harvey

Supplies

Author suggests Nature Spun in the following colors to correspond with your house choice:
Gryffindor - 200 Bordeaux [MC] and 308 Sunburst Gold [CC]
Slytherin - N25 Enchanted Forest [MC] and 107 Silver Sage [CC]
Ravenclaw (film) - N36 China Blue [MC] and 107 Silver Sage [CC]
Ravenclaw (book) - N36 China Blue [MC] and N94 Bev's Bear
Hufflepuff - 305 Impasse Yellow [MC] and 601 Pepper [CC]
Size US7 (4.5 mm) 16" (40.6 cm) circular needles
Size US7 (4.5 mm) DPN's
Yarn needle

Instructions

Cast on 85 stitches.

Knit in a 2x2 ribbing, (k2, p2) for 2 inches (5.0 cm) in Main Color (MC).

Switch to stockinette stitch and in the MC knit for 1.5 inches (3.8 cm).

Switch to Contrasting Color (CC) and knit for 1 inch (2.5 cm).

Switch back to MC and knit for 1 inch (2.5 cm).

Switch back to CC and knit for 1 inch (2.5 cm).

Switch back to MC and start decreasing rounds as follows:

Round 1: k10, k 2tog whole round.

Round 2: k9, k2tog whole round.

Round 3: k8, k2tog whole round.

Round 4: k all.

Round 5: k7, k2tog whole round.

Round 6: Switch to CC, k6, k2tog whole round.

Round 7: k5, k2tog whole round.

Round 8: k all.

Round 9: k4, k2tog.

Round 10: Switch to MC, k3, k2tog.

Round 11: k2, k2tog.

Round 12: k all.

Round 13: k1, k2tog.

Round 14: k2tog.

Finishing

Sew up the ends and weave in all ends hanging out. Block the hat (if you want) and let it dry over night and you have a hat to match your scarf!!

Final Product

Chamber of Secrets Style Hat

Credit

Mandy Harvey's tutorial was taken with permission.

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