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Sigra is an Old Norse word meaning “to conquer or overcome.” This project is worked seamlessly from the bottom up and features a cozy folded brim and stranded colorwork to show off these two amazing yarns.


Some of the techniques used here may be familiar to you. If not, now is the perfect time to learn and conquer them!


Learn how to do the crochet Provisional Cast-On HERE


Zitron® Silbermond (MC)
#001 – Tan
100% Tasmanian Merino Wool
361 yards/100 gram hank (1 hank)


Schoppel® Edition 3 (CC)
#2442 – Third Class
100% Merino Wool
164 yards/50 gram ball (1 ball)


4.50mm (approx. US 7) 16” or 20” circulars
DPNs for body and crown
6 stitch markers, scissors, tapestry needle
Scrap yarn in a color different than MC, and crochet hook no larger than 5mm for Provisional CO


20 sts x 24 rounds = 4” 10cm in Stockinette stitch in pattern



Adult Large
16” 40.5cm circumference (not stretched) 24” 61cm circumference (stretched)
Measures approx. 10” 25.5cm from base to top


Provisional Cast-On, knit, increasing, brioche, Garter Kitchener Stitch, i-cord




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