Burnt Sienna Slouch Hat

The Burnt Sienna Slouch Hat is an easy-to-knit hat that features a wide double-ribbed band and a geometric design that wraps around the front two-thirds of the hat. Worked up in a gorgeous copper color, this hat is the perfect autumn accessory.

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Skill Level: Easy

Size: Hat brim 18” circumference and 12” in length. Brim will stretch to fit head circumferences 20-23”

Gauge: 24 stitches and 36 rows = 4” [10 cm] in St st after wet blocking

Materials

Yarn:

Fine weight yarn Sunshine Yarns Merino Sport (100% merino; 225 yards [206 meters]/100 grams): Pumpkin Bread (1 skein)
Needles: US size 2.5 (3.0 mm) 16” circular needles; US size 4 (3.5 mm) 16” circular and set of double pointed needles or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
Notions: Removable markers, tapestry needle

Pattern Notes

This hat is worked from the brim up. The geometric pattern is worked over two thirds of the hat while the rest is worked in Stockinette stitch. 

Pattern

Brim

With smaller needles CO 124 sts, pm, join to knit in the round being careful not to twist stitches.
Work in k2, p2 ribbing for 2” [5 cm].

Hat

Switching to larger needles, work next 80 sts from Chart, pm, k to end of round.
Repeat, working Rounds 1-18 of Chart A 2 times, then rounds 1-9 one time, repeating highlighted portion 4 times.
Work Rounds 37-54 of Chart B 1 time, repeating highlighted portion 3 times. (120 sts)

Crown

Next rnd: Work Chart C over next 75 sts, pm, [k13, k2tog, pm] 4 times. (108 sts)
Next rnd: Work as established.
Next rnd: Work Chart C to first m, sm, [k to 2 sts before m, k2tog] 4 times. (92 sts)
Next rnd: Work as established.
Repeat last two rounds 1 time more. (88 sts)
Next rnd: Work Chart C to 2 sts before m, pm, k2tog, [k to 2 sts before m, k2tog] 4 times. (77 sts)
Next rnd: Work as established.
Repeat last two rounds 1 time more. (73 sts)
Next rnd: Work Chart C to m, sm, [k to 2 sts before m, k2tog] 5 times.
Repeat last round 5 times more.
Next rnd: Work Chart C over next 24 sts, k2, k2tog, pm, [k to 2 sts before m, k2tog] 5 times. (67 sts)
Repeat last round 2 times more. (55 sts)
Next rnd: Work as established.
Next rnd: K1, *k2tog; repeat from * to end. (27 sts)
Repeat last round once more. (14 sts)
Break yarn and use tapestry needle to tighten sts.

Finishing

Weave in ends. Block as desired. yarn ball

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Comments
  • Looked at the charts and can’t find a legend… am I missing where it’s printed?

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    • Julia W.

      Hi Jean,
      The legend is located to the right, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
    • Julia W.

      Hi Jean,
      The chart and legends are located to the right, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
  • Mildred R.

    When copying this hat pattern how can you get the chart that the pattern calls for?

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    • Julia W.

      Hi Mildred,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
  • I printed the Burnt Sienna Slouch Hat pattern and it refers to Chart A, B, C, but the charts are not in the pattern? Was wondering where I find the charts?

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    • Julia W.

      Hi Barb,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
    • Julia W.

      Hi Mary,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
  • please clarify:
    1. “Repeat, working Rounds 1-18 of Chart A 2 times, then rounds 1-9 one time, repeating highlighted portion 4 times. ”
    If you repeat rounds 1-18 twice and then rounds 1-9 once, isn’t that a total of 45 rounds?
    2. “Work Rounds 37-54 of Chart B 1 time, repeating highlighted portion 3 times. (120 sts)” How does repeating highlighted portions of rounds 37-54 three times cover the 80 stitches of the pattern after round 37? In fact, round 37 seems only to cover 79 stitches.

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    • Julia W.

      Hi Betty,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
    • Julia W.

      Hi Cate,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
    • Julia W.

      Hi Jan,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
  • this pattern is so much simple but is very very much beautiful and attractive

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    • Julia W.

      Hi Sue,
      The chart and legends are located to the right as downloads, below the photos.

      Thank you!
      Julia Wiatr, editor

      Reply
  • Hello there…thanks for the pattern. I love the design. It seems, though, that there are 4 too many stitches. Now that I am on Row 10 of Chart A (1st of two completions of 1-18), the alignment is not correct. Maybe I have done something wrong? Please advise, thanks!

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  • Vivian R.

    website follow on from above/?mqsc=SOLOCAFK093015 There was no chart included in this pattern. lovely hat

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  • Got all the necessary info but it will not print the picture of the finished article. Can you help?

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  • Melinda M.

    Do you not offer your patterns in pdf format to make it easier for us to save?

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  • Verlys V.

    I don’t understand how to use the charts. For hat…work next 80 stitches from chart….etc. etc. Maybe it is too hard to explain.

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  • Kitten W.

    In my Do-Everything-Corner, which is currently so stacked up I have to shovel my way in and out. It’t time for another big sort-out.

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  • My favorite place to knit is in my living room, kicked back on the couch, with a nice cup of coffee right beside me.

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  • That’s a toss up between the passenger seat when the hubby is driving or the loveseat in the front room. 🙂

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  • These days, I enjoy knitting in front of the fireplace with my Christmas tree lit up.

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  • Curled up on the couch next to my favourite window with a cozy blanket and a cuppa tea. Near perfection.

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  • Anonymous

    At home in my bed reading knitting magazines and books or on the couch watching TV

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  • Denise B.

    When you are reading the pattern in the I like Knitting Fan Club web page the charts do not appear! When you go to print you can see the words charts need to be downloaded but you can’t access that from the knitting page so maybe when everyone keeps saying that can’t find the charts it would be better to investigate why so many people are asking the same question instead of repeating the same answer which does not help anyone to access the pattern! This is a great pattern as a Gold Member I truly wish myself and the others could access it. I apologize I’m not trying to be nasty just thought you should know why everyone is asking.

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