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The designer is Hannah Ingalls
username is iknityouknot and website is iknityouknot.blogspot.com/link to her blog:

http://iknityouknot.blogspot.com/

The pattern is listed on the right hand side of the blog in a list, but is "greyed out", meaning it will not load.

The only suggestion I would have is to contact the designer. The pattern may have been taken down to put it in a magazine or to have it for sale. That is not unusual.
 

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jmcret05 said:
The designer is Hannah Ingalls
username is iknityouknot and website is iknityouknot.blogspot.com/link to her blog:

http://iknityouknot.blogspot.com/

The pattern is listed on the right hand side of the blog in a list, but is "greyed out", meaning it will not load.

The only suggestion I would have is to contact the designer. The pattern may have been taken down to put it in a magazine or to have it for sale. That is not unusual.
http://web.archive.org/web/20101102033933/http://www.popknits.com/index.php/patterns/page/caroline/

the above link is to an archived copy on the net. I also downloaded it and am posting it here as a word doc!
 

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ok, since everyone seems to be having trouble opening the attachment here is the pattern written out. I hope this helps!

Caroline is a lightweight, summery cloche featuring a turned hem, pleat detail, and grosgrain hatband with bow. The shaping and color schemes are heavily influenced by 1920s summer fashion, and the hat borrows its name from Caroline Reboux, inventor of the cloche.

Gauge

24sts/40rws at 4” in Stockinette stitch on US 4 / 3.5mm needles

Sizes and Measurements

S (L) shown in size L

Actual Measurements (circumference)
19.5” (22.5”)

Materials
◦Silky Wool by Elsebeth Lavold [45% wool / 35% silk / 20% nylon, 192yd / 176m per 50g skein]; color 015 Brick Yellow (or 008 Moss); 2 (2) skeins.
◦US 4 / 3.5mm circular needle, 16 inch
◦US 4 / 3.5mm double pointed needles
◦9 stitch markers
◦Tape measure
◦Tapestry needle
◦Optional for hatband: ◦Grosgrain ribbon (1.5 inch wide), 1.5 yards in Navy (or Moss)
◦Sewing thread in Navy (or Moss)
◦Sewing needle
◦Safety pin

Directions

(Popknits uses knittinghelp.com's standard abbreviations)

Hem

Cast on 178 (198) stitches using long-tail cast on. Place marker and join for working in the round.

Knit 14 rounds.

Next round: Purl.

Knit 14 rounds.

Now, knit up the hem by folding the hem along the purl row to the inside of the hat and lining up the cast on stitches with the live stitches on your needles.

On the next round, knit each live stitch together with the corresponding cast on stitch, being careful not to pull this round too tight.

This will effectively create a neat seam between the hem and the outer hat, and shouldn’t show from the outside.

Next round: Knit.

Pleats

*Slip six stitches to a double pointed needle, then slip next six stitches to a second double pointed needle. Fold the slipped sections to the inside to form a pleat.

Arrange the stitches on the two double pointed needles and the left hand needle so that they are all ready to work and knit one stitch together from all three needles. Repeat for next five stitches to form pleat.

Repeat from * three times more. Four pleats made.

Knit to end of round. 130 (150) stitches.

Crown

Next round: *K8, K2tog; repeat from * around. 117 (135) stitches.

Work in Stockinette stitch until hat measures six inches from lower edge of hem.

Next round: *K13 (15), place marker; repeat from * around. 9 sections.

Switching to double pointed needles when necessary, decrease as follows:

Round 1: *K2tog, knit to next marker; repeat from * around.

Round 2: Knit.

Repeat rounds 1 and 2 until 18 stitches remain.

Next round: K2tog around, removing markers. 9 stitches remain.

Break yarn and draw through remaining stitches and pull tight.

Finishing

Weave in ends and block as desired.
 

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mtayl75234 said:
Cindy, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I have been searching and searching for this pattern. Bless you. :lol:
You are more than welcome. Enjoy and happy knitting.
 

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mtayl75234 said:
Sorry, I tried it and now it does not work.
But if you look earlier in the topic it is copied there word for word from the pattern site, so all you need to do at that point is copy the post/pattern to a word document and print it out. Really simple!
 
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