Constellate verb- to cluster together as with stars in a constellation
Sometimes simple and classic is the way to go. And it doesn’t get much more simple or classic than a lovely ribbed hat. But charming though the classics may be, I like a little something extra to keep it interesting. And this beautiful stitch is just the thing!
Now don’t worry, I promise it’s not hard. I know it might look a bit daunting, but most of the time you’re just working nice, soothing ribbing. Every now and then you do a little something special to make a bit of magic. But even then, it’s easier than it looks (and I’ve even got some lovely illustrations to walk you through it step by step).
The hat is written in 4 sizes (castons of 104, 112, 120, & 128 stitches), and you should feel free to adjust your gauge a bit to fine tune the fit of the hat. I recommend working at something around 5.5, 6, or 6.5 stitches. The hat will fit a head between 19.75 and 25 inches (with lots of points in between).