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I have recreated this in two different gauges: This red cap, my first attempt, is made of a double strand of vintage worsted from a thrift store and American size 8 needles. Please note the loop is in the wrong position on this cap. The loop should be at the edge of the brim, not where the hem of the brim meets the crown. I was still trying to work out the pattern when I made this one. This dark blue cap was made in the same gauge and needle size with doubled strands of Bernat Lamie brand merino wool available at Hobby Lobby.

This gray-green cap most closely approximates the historical example, and my pattern is for this item.

Men’s hats come in many shapes, sizes and fabrics.

Quick-n-Thick is a synthetic yarn, but it produces the correct gauge. I have not yet found a woolen yarn of sufficient thickness to copy the original. The pictures show it from the side and back, showing the loop, and with the brim turned up.

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Measure off yards of yarn and make a slip knot. Cast on 60 stitches and distribute them across three double pointed needles. Save the fifth needle if your set has one for hemming the brim. Row 1: Knit, finishing the first row by knitting together ktog the last cast-on and the slip stitch.

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Rows Knit. Do not weave the tail anymore. Leave it so that it hangs to the outside at the purl row. Make the tail loop: if the tail is not on the front side of the work, pull it through. Either finger crochet or make an I-cord see below between 3 and 5 inches long, depending on how big you want your loop. If you are knitting with two yarns, you have the option of making a lanyard the desired length see below. Close the headband this is the trickiest part.

You may find this works easier if you use the fifth knitting needle to position the cast-on stitches. I find it helps to thread a needle white here for demonstration purposes with a dozen or so of the cast-on stitches to control them better. Row pick up a cast-on stitch from your 5 th needle and Ktog the first stitch with the first cast-on stitch; repeat to end of row. You have now knitted a hemmed brim.

The purl row will now be the new edge of the brim.

Continue to decrease until you have only stitches left. To make an I-cord: using the tail yarn, cast 4 stitched onto a double pointed needle. Slide stitched to other end of needle, and repeat. More search options. All records Only records with images Best quality records including image and detailed description. Museum object number Current location Clear form.

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The recipient's name Recipient's email address Your name. Cap Enlarge image. Cap Place of origin: London possibly, made. Physical description Closely knitted cap or coif in black wool. Descriptive line Closely knitted black woollen coif with neck and ear flaps, London, early 16th century. Help with searching About the database Browsing Searching. A fashion dating back to at least the 18th century, in which fabric is draped or moulded to the head, concealing most or all of the hair.

Original designs were said to be inspired by the turbans of India and the Ottoman Empire. It often featured a large capital "D" inscribed on its side, to be shown frontwards when the hat was worn. A soft brimmed hat popular in New York after the turn of the century made from eight quarter panels. Also known as a newsboy cap. Garrison or Forage cap. Headwrap worn by the Bamar , Mon people , Rakhine and Shan peoples.

Three piece ensemble consisting of a Thagiyah skull cap, Gutrah scarf, and Ogal black band. Gutrahs are plain white or checkered, denoting ethnic or national identities. A traditional Scottish boat-shaped hat without a peak made of thick-milled woollen material with a toorie on top, a rosette cockade on the left, and usually ribbons hanging down behind.

It is normally worn as part of Scottish military or civilian Highland dress. A rounded rigid helmet with a small brim predominantly used in workplace environments, such as construction sites, to protect the head from injury by falling objects, debris and bad weather.

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Also known as the Dress Hat. Regulation hat for Union soldiers during the American Civil War. A woman's hat of the Middle Ages.

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A semi-formal hat with a medium brim and crown with a crease and no dents. A traditional hat of Assam , India. There both plain and decorative japies are Available. A hat made from the fur of the Qaraqul breed of sheep, typically worn by men in Central and South Asia and popular among Soviet leaders. A generic worldwide military hat with a flat, circular top and visor. First seen in central Europe. Brown fur hat worn by Hassidic Jews. Kolah namadi.

Cloth hat worn by Israeli pioneers and kibbutzniks. Makapili Hat. Bamboo basket worn over the head covering the entire head with just holes for the eyes and worn by some members of the Makapili , Filipinos who are Japanese collaborators during World War II in the Philippines who points out the suspected guerillas or their sympathizers.

Distinctive hat worn by farmers in the Bangladesh and Eastern India made of bamboo with a conical top. Flat, square hat. Usually has a button centered on top. A tassel is attached to the button and draped over one side. Worn as part of academic dress. Traditionally, when worn during graduation ceremonies, the new graduates switch the tassel from one side to the other at the conclusion of the ceremony. Hat with a distinctly downward-facing brim similar to the shape of a mushroom or toadstool. Popular from the s, but particularly associated with the Edwardian era and Dior 's "New Look".

Round, rolled wool hat with a flat top, common in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Also known as astrakhan hat in English, a male wool hat worn throughout the Caucasus. A conical hat, similar to the Dunce cap, often worn at birthday parties and New Year's Eve celebrations. It is frequently emblazoned with bright patterns or messages. Also known as a field cap, a scout cap, or in the United States a mosh cap.

A woman's hat resembling an upturned fruit basket. Usually lavishly trimmed, it achieved notoriety in the early s. A military style cap with a flat sloping crown, band and peak also called a visor. It is used by many militaries of the world as well as law enforcement, as well as some people in service professions who wear uniforms. A soft conical cap pulled forward. In sculpture, paintings and caricatures it represents freedom and the pursuit of liberty.

The popular cartoon characters The Smurfs wear white Phrygian caps. Also known as a Gainsborough hat and garden hat, this is an elaborate women's design with a wide brim.