Anyone seen this pattern?

Keefhalek's picture

Hey all,
I was surfing today and found this hat at Burberry.com. They want $180.00 for it! It's really interesting and I wonder if anyone has seen a pattern like this before. Through the link you can zoom in and get a better look.

Link: http://www.burberryusaonline.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2674609&cp=1862200&parentPage=family

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Keefhalek's picture

Thanks all for your input

Thanks all for your input and comments. Maybe Entrelac is my next technique to learn.

MMario's picture

If you zoomn in on the

If you zoomn in on the display page for the hat you can see that it is NOT entrelac - though I'm sure entrelac could be used to make a similar item. The hat pictured is either cabled or worked in sections, braided and then grafted. I'm willing to bet cabled.

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

BuduR's picture

IThe closest I have seen to

IThe closest I have seen to this hat is this Entrelac Pattern, http://www.minidata.co.nz/major/freepatt/patt02.htm with a bit of adjustment I'm sure it could look very similar.

It looks to me as though it

It looks to me as though it has been knit in sections, then braided and brought together on the crown.

MMario's picture

I think you are right - and

I think you are right - and it's about 54 stitches around - alternating 5 k w/7 purl after the 1 x1 rib at the brim; maybe 50 rows total. about an hour and a half's work, tops I would think.
wish I could get that kind of money for knitting.

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

MMario's picture

I think it is actually

I think it is actually cabled - though possibly sections knit seperately and braided.

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

Craig's picture

Should have had a better

Should have had a better look it is an enterlac but it is alternating sections of stocking stitch and reverse stocking stitch.

Craig's picture

Hi there, I would agree with

Hi there, I would agree with Martin. As far as the pattern you may have to try and work something out for yourself.

Looks like Entrelac to me &

Looks like Entrelac to me & I've never been clever enough to master it.

Knit away, knit away