Gro Hat by Fiber Tales

The Gro Hat by Fiber Tales part of a series of Gro patterns that are all inspired by growing plants – gro means grow in Danish.

The Gro Hat will keep your head nice and toasty on cold winter days – expecially when knit in a plump woollen spun yarn. It’s a quick and fun knit using only about 1 skein of dk weight yarn.
The hat is worked bottom up with a nice ribbed brim and a beautiful plant motif. The top of the hat is shaped by elegant centered double decreases.

The pattern has both written instructions and chart.

This pattern takes 1 skein of DK weight yarn (230 m/100g) and we think our Yeavering Bell DK will be perfect.

19 sts x 33 rnds = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4”
on 4 mm  needles in st st

Needle size
3,5 mm, 4 mm. Small circular and DPNs

25 cm – to fit a head circumference of 54-58 cm with 4-8 cm of negative ease

photos © Fiber Tales

pattern available here


Our Yeavering Bell DK Full Skein yarn is currently available in the following colours:

How much yarn will I need?

1 skein of Yeavering Bell DK

pattern not included.

Please always swatch to check that you meet the gauge of the pattern, and adjust your needles if necessary. 

Yeavering Bell DK

A soft and gleaming worsted spun yarn from our own Angora Goats and Wensleydale Sheep.

80% Whistlebare’s Own Mohair, 20% Whistlebare’s Own Wensleydale

Yeavering Bell is spun from mohair from our herd of angora goats and Wensleydale wool from our own sheep.  Both of these fleeces are long staple and high lustre and they blend together perfectly. The yarn is worsted spun to accentuate the lustrous and luxurious nature of the fibres which dye beautifully. Garments knitted from Yeavering Bell have a beautiful natural drape, and with care will last forever.

Hand dyed on the farm in small batches of 10 skeins.

100% British Yarn.

At least 230m / 250 yards around 100g.  Mini skeins are available too – CLICK HERE

Tension: 19 Stitches & 25 Rows
10cm x 10cm or 4″x4″
4mm needles


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