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Ginny Weasley's Goblet of Fire Hat (v2)

© Lucy


US10.5 (6.50 mm) 16" (40.64 cm) circular needles
Malabrigo Merino Chunky in Tiger Lily, or the bulky weight yarn of choice (MC)
Lion Brand Landscapes in Pastel Meadow, or scrap yarn of choice (CC1)
Malabrigo Merino worsted in Cactus Flower, or scrap yarn of choice (CC2)
Stitch marker
Yarn needle


CO 72 using a cable cast-on.

(K1,p1) for 6 rounds.

Eyelet round #1(*k3, k2tog, yo* repeat between the *s).

Knit 6 rounds.

Purl 2 rounds.

Knit 6 rounds.

Eyelet round #2 (*k2tog, yo, k3* between the *s).

Knit 6 rounds.

Purl 2 rounds.

Knit 6 rounds.

Eyelet round #1.

Start decreases
*k10 k2tog* repeat between the *s.

*k9 k2tog* repeat between the *s.

*k8 k2tog* repeat between the *s.

Knit 1 round.

Purl 2 rounds.

*k6 k2tog* (repeat between the *s) k2tog the last 2 stitches.

*k2tog k2* (repeat between the *s) (k2tog) twice over the last 4 stitches.

Eyelet round #3 (*K2tog k2tog yo* repeat between the *s).

k2tog until only 6 sts remain, break the yarn and thread through the remaining stitches.

Thread the scrap yarn through the eyelet rows, adding a bow at the bottom tier.

Weave in all ends.

Final Product

Ginny Weasley's Goble of Fire Hat (v2)


Lucy's tutorial was taken with permission from

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