The knitting patterns for the Madeleine Hat and Madeleine Mitts are now available on Payhip, Etsy, and Ravelry! Here you’ll find links and some discount codes. You can instantly download the patterns from any of these sites.

Payhip:

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Hat.

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Mitts.

To take 15% off your purchase through Sunday, August 16, use the code MADRELEASE.

Etsy:

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Hat.

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Mitts.

Both the hat and the mitts are 15% off through Sunday, August 16. Discount automatically applied at checkout.

Ravelry:

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Hat.

Here’s where you’ll find the Madeleine Mitts.

Both the hat and the mitts are 15% off through Sunday, August 16. Discount automatically applied at checkout.

About the Madeleine Hat

I’ve been naming my patterns for baked goods for a while, now, but usually the connection between the name and the pattern is a little more obscure. This one is really simple: the columns of cables reminded me of madeleines. That’s it. Now I’m feeling quite hungry, so instead of belaboring the point, I’ll leave you to it. Happy stitching!

Madeleine Hat Specs and Details

Here’s where you’ll find all the information about the Madeleine Hat to help you decide what yarn and needles to use, which size to make, and whether this PDF knitting pattern is the right one for you.

SIZES
S (M, L) – Finished circumference 17.5” (20”, 22.5”)/ 45 cm (51 cm, 57 cm)

A note about sizing: most people prefer their hats to fit snugly. Choose the size that is smaller than your actual head circumference.

MATERIALS
Fingering weight yarn, 180 (220, 280) yds; 165 (202, 253) m

Sample shown knit in Moondrake Yarn Co. Soft Fingering, 437 yd/100 gm, single-ply superwash merino wool

GAUGE
4” (10 cm) square = 32 stitches x 40 rows in stockinette (note: much of this hat is knit in seed stitch, so keep that in mind when choosing a size if your gauge loosens up significantly in seed stitch)

NEEDLES
One set of needles for your preferred style of small-circumference knitting in a size to match gauge listed above

Suggested needle sizes: US 1.5 (2.5 mm)

TOOLS
One stitch marker
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate
Requires cabling, decreases, increases, and knitting in the round

About the Madeleine Mitts

These lightweight mitts are intended to be companions for the Madeleine Hat, and depending on the size you make of each, you will probably have enough yarn in a single skein of sock-weight yarn to make both the hat and the mitts. It’s a great way to show off a special skein of yarn and make sure you use up as much as possible.

Madeleine Mitts Specs and Details

Here’s where you’ll find all the information about the Madeleine Mitts to help you decide what yarn and needles to use, which size to make, and whether this downloadable knitting pattern is the right one for you.

SIZES
S, M, L

Finished mitt circumference 7 (7.5, 8) inches /18 (19, 20.5) cm

MATERIALS
Fingering weight yarn, 150 (170, 190) yards / 138 (156, 174) meters

Sample shown knit in Moondrake Yarn Co. Soft Fingering, 437 yd/100 gm, single-ply superwash merino wool

GAUGE
4” (10 cm) square = 32 stitches x 40 rows in stockinette

NEEDLES
One set of needles for your preferred style of small-circumference knitting in a size to match gauge listed above

Suggested needle size: US 1.5 (2.5 mm)

TOOLS
Three stitch markers
Two pieces of waste yarn for holding thumb stitches
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate
Techniques: cabling, increases, decreases, knitting in the round

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