Anemone Hats PDF
The Anemone Hats pattern by Cat Bordhi is a quintessential example of her unique and whimsical style. The pattern includes the Everyday Anemone as well as a heavier version called the Arctic Anemone, which also has a picot edge variation. Both versions give you the choice of Moebius brim or a simple circle brim. If you’ve never made a Moebius before, you’ll find detailed instructions, illustrations, and a live link to a Moebius video tutorial (which has well over a quarter of a million views) to start you on your way. The pattern also includes a live link to my tendril video tutorial.
This pattern is available as a PDF download.
Everyday Anemone Hat:
Size: Baby (toddler, youth; adult med, adult lg)
Finished Measurements: head circumference measures 17 (18½, 19½; 21, 23)"
Yarn Requirements: 1 skein Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted
Needle(s): US size 8 (5mm) circular needles; 40-47” length for Moebius brim or 32” for simple brim
Gauge: 17 sts = 4” in St st, unblocked
Arctic Anemone Hat:
Size: Youth/adult sm (adult med/lg)
Finished Measurements: head circumference: 18-20 (21-23)"
Yarn Requirements: Approx. 200 yards of bulky weight superwash merino; shown in String Theory Bulky Merino (WEBS does not carry)
Needle(s): US size 10 (6mm) circular needles; 40-47” length for Moebius brim or 32” for simple brim
Gauge: 12 sts = 4” in St st, unblocked