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Nov 6, 2015

Zippy Bon Bon Bonnet

 

Bon Bon Bonnet 2A playful winter hat with tassels to top off the fun! Worked in less than 1 hour with the new Zippy looms and the Zippy Corners.

Materials

Knitting loom: (6) Zippy looms, (2) connectors, Corners.

Yarn: 80 yards of super bulky weight yarn. Malabrigo Rasta in Paris was used in sample.

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle

Gauge: 7 sts x 9 = 4 inches in stockinette

Size: Fits head about 21-22 inches in circumference

Abbreviations

K=knit stitch

P=purl stitch

Rnd(s)=Round(s)

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on 28 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1-Row 10: Sl1, K2, p2, *k2, p2; rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

From this point forward, work in the round.

Round 1-2: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 3, 5, 7: k: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 4, 6, 8: p to the end of rnd.

Rnd 9-12: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 13, 15: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 14, 16: p to the end of rnd.

Remove the stitches off the knitting loom onto a piece of scrap yarn. Remove 2 of the Zippy looms and assemble down to 20 pegs using 4 Zippys and the Corners.

Place the stitches back on the knitting loom as follows:

*On peg 1: place 1 loop. On peg 2: place 2 loops. On peg 3: place 2 loops. On peg 4: place 1 loop. On peg 5: place 1 loop. Rep from * all the way around the knitting loom.

Rnd 17: k to the end of rnd (20 sts).

Rnd 18: p to the end of rnd.

Bind off with gather removal method. Weave ends in. Block lightly.

Tassels: Cut 6 pieces of yarn that are about 40 inches in length each. Grab three of them, and fold them in half. Pass them through the corner stitch at the edge of the hat, so that there is approximately, 20 inches of yarn on each side. Divide them into 3 groups of 2, then braid them. Make a knot at the end of the braid and clip the yarn. Repeat on the other side.

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2 Comments

  • Super cute project on a super cute girl :)

  • Thank you Jenny :).

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Nov 2, 2015

Amethyst Falls Hooded Cowl

The luxurious stitch of this hooded cowl is perfectly paired with the deep hues of this kettle dyed, 100% merino wool yarn.  Its soft as a cloud comfort, with the long trailing lines of rich color, is the perfect accessory for your cold weather wardrobe.

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Knitting loom: (6) Zippy Looms, and Zippy Corners.

Yarn:  138 yrds of Malabrigo Rasta (90 yrds (5.29 oz) per skein), super bulky #6 weight (in color: boreal)

Notions: loom tool, 6.5mm crochet hook (for cast on and help with possible missed stitches, etc), one peg marker to mark first peg (can be tied scrap yarn or rubber band), scissors, yarn needle, row counter, optional: large decorative button.

Gauge: 5.5 stitches and 8 rows per 4” in pattern.

Finished Measurements:

Circumference: 24”

Length: 20.5″

Skills Needed: Knit, Purl, Slip with WY in front, Chain CO and Basic BO.

Abbreviations: 

CO: cast on

K: true knit stitch

P: purl stitch

KO: knit off

St(s): stitches

WY: working yarn

rep: repeat

SWYF: slip peg with working yarn carried to front.

S1: slip or skip the peg.

BO: Bind off

Pattern Notes:

This project is first worked in the round, then is split to work as a panel.  The yellow shaded line denotes this in the chart.  Please read all rows before this as rounds starting from the right to the left (clockwise).  At the yellow line (Row 22), the pattern will begin to be read in the side to side direction that is noted on the chart.

A SWYF in the pattern denotes that this peg will not be worked, but will have the working yarn carried to the front of the work.  To do this, simply remove the loop already on the peg, slip the WY in front of the work and behind the peg, then replace the held loop back onto the peg.

Chart Key Amethyst Falls

Repeating Pattern Rows

 

Here is the entire pattern chart for the Hooded Cowl:

For help with reading charts, please see the Stitchology I post for a detailed explanation, and you’ll be ready to go!  *Please also see Pattern Notes above for specific instructions on reading this particular chart.

 

Pattern Instructions:

Set looms to 28 pegs in the round.  Using one strand of yarn, CO to all 28 pegs in a clockwise direction.

Rounds 1-4: *k, p, rep from *.

Round 5:  *k2, SWYF across 2 pegs, rep from * to last 4 sts, k4.

Round 6:  p2, *k2, p2, rep from * to last 3 sts, k1, p2.

Round 7:  k3, *SWYF across 2 pegs, k2, rep from * to last st, k1.

Round 8:  *p2, k2, rep from * to last 4 sts, p4.

Round 9:  k4, *SWYF across 2 pegs, k2, rep from * to end.

Round 10:  p3, *k2, p2, rep from * to last sts, p1.

Round 11:  k2, SWYF, k2, *SWYF across 2 pegs, k2,  rep from * to last 3 sts, SWYF, k2.

Rounds 12-21:  rep rounds 5-11, plus one additional round 5.

Begin to Panel Knit at this point.  The first row will be worked counterclockwise.

Row 22:  S1, p1, k1, p2, *k2, p2, rep from * to last 3 sts, k1, p1, k1.

Row 23:  S1, *k2, SWYF across 2 pegs, rep from * to last 3 sts, k3.

Row 24:  S1, p3, k2, *p2, k2, rep from * to last 2 sts, p1, k1.

Row 25:  S1, k3, *SWYF across 2 pegs, k2, rep from * to end.

Row 26:  S1, p2, *k2, p2, rep from * to last st, k1.

Row 27:  S1, k1, SWYF, k2, *SWYF across 2 pegs, k2, rep from * to last 3 sts, SWYF, k2.

Row 28:  S1, p1, *k2, p2, rep from * to last 2 sts, p1, k1.

Row 29:  S1, k1, SWYF across 2 pegs, k2, rep to last 2 sts, k2.

Row 30-62:  Rep rows 22-29.

 

BBO loosely across all pegs. Wrap WY once around loom and cut here.  Use this tail for seaming the top edges together (samples uses the mattress stitch).

Pull all ends to the inside and weave in loosely.

If desired, stitch one or more large decorative button(s) to the front center section.

Steam block lightly.

*To contact Bethany Dailey, simply submit a comment at the bottom of this post. :)

4 Comments

  • After it’s blocked will the SWYIF’s not be as loose? They don’t look as loose in the photos as mine does..

  • Hi Raelyn :)

    It is definitely possible that your slipped stitches will tighten up upon blocking. What I found with mine was that they evened out quite a bit after I blocked. I used a hot steam blocking, which also may have helped them snug up a bit.

    It also might be a tension issue. You’ll want to make sure to be pulling your SWYF’s so that there is no slack in them from peg to peg. It’s not a super *tight* pull…just enough so that they don’t end up sagging afterward.

    Hope that helps!
    Bethany~

  • Beautiful work, Bethany! Beautiful photography and beautiful model too :)

  • Aww…thank you so much, Jenny! I definitely agree with you about the model! ;) (…and the cowl came out nicely, too, lol!)

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Sep 4, 2015

Candy Striped Beret

Look and feel as sweet as a peppermint while wearing this fun beret. Cashmere blend yarn gives you something extra special. The top is worked in short rows as a flat panel then placed back on the loom and worked in a connected flat panel to decrease the sides. A challenge that is worth the effort to create a sweet hat that will be the envy of everyone who sees it.

LH9A0495cropLoom: All-n-One Loom

Yarn: 200 yards cashmere blend worsted weight yarn. Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran in crimson (300054) and white (300025) was used in sample, 1 ball each color.

Notions: Knit hook, G/4.00mm crochet hook, tapestry needle

Gauge: 24 stitches x 32 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

Size: Adult

Pattern Notes:LH9A0450

CA – Color A – Crimson

CB – Color B – White

After each decrease row, move stitches inward and adjust the loom.

Cast on from left to right, working odd rows from right to left and even rows from left to right.

Keep final bind off very loose so the hat will not be too tight around the forehead.  Do not use e-wrap knit stitch.

Abbreviations:

K: Knit

P: Purl

S: Slip

W&T: Wrap and turn

CO: Cast on

BO: Bind off

Rep: Repeat

Instructions:

With CA, chain cast on 19 pegs.

Row 1: S1, K18

Row 2: S1, P17, K1

Row 3: S1, K16, W&T

Row 4: P16, K1

Row 5: S1, K14, W&T

Row 6: P14, K1

Row 7: S1, K12, W&T

Row 8: P12, K1

Row 9: S1, K10, W&T

Row 10: P10, K1

Row 11: S1, K8, W&T

Row 12: P8, K1

Row 13: S1, K6, W&T

Row 14: P6, K1

Row 15: S1, K4, W&T

Row 16: P4, K1

Row 17: S1, K2, W&T

Row 18: P2, K1

Row 19: S1, W&T

Cut CA. Add CB.

Rows 20 – 38: repeat rows 1 – 19

Cut CB. Add CA.

Repeat rows 1 – 38, 5 times.

After 12th wedge is complete, bind off.

After binding off, sew long edges with mattress stitch.

Prepare 12 bobbins, 6 of CA and 6 of CB, by winding 6 yards of yarn on a 3.5” x 1” piece of cardboard or a sponge roller.

Set loom to 106 pegs. Place pinwheel over loom with wrong side facing up. *Working from right to left, starting with the first stitch of a CA wedge, decrease by placing 2 edge stitches together on the first peg. Then place the next 7 edge stitches on the next 7 pegs. Then place each edge stitch on the pegs until 6 wedge edge stitches are on the loom. * Half the loom should have stitches. Then repeat from * to * until all pegs have edge stitches on them. The 1st and 7th CA sections should have 8 stitches while the remaining sections have 9 stitches.

The band of the beret will be worked as a connected flat panel. Work in rows, not rounds. Work knit rows from right to left. Work purl rows from left to right. After each decreasing row, move stitches in and adjust loom to the number of stitches. Starting with row 3, every odd numbered row will start 1 stitch to the left by slipping the 1st stitch and ending the row on the slipped stitch causing the colors to move over by 1 stitch every other row.

Row 1: Add 1st CA bobbin – K8, add 1st CB bobbin – K9, add 2nd CA bobbin – K9, add 2nd CB bobbin – K9, add 3rd CA bobbin – K9, add 3rd CB bobbin – K9, add 4th CA bobbin – K8, add 4th CB bobbin – K9, add 5th CA bobbin – K9, add 5th CB – K9, add 6th CA bobbin – K9, add 6th CB bobbin – K9 (106 sts rem)

Note: Starting with row 2, twist the 2 strands together when you finish with one color and go to the next to connect them together.

Row 2:  With CB – P9, with CA – P9, with CB – P9, with CA – P9, with CB – P9, with CA – P8, with CB – P9, with CA – P9, with CB – P9, with CA – P9, with CB – P9, with CA – P8

Row 3: S1, *with CA – K8, with CB – K1, K2tog, K6, with CA – K1, K2tog, K6, with CB – K1, K2tog, K6, with CA – K1, K2tog, K6, with CB – K1, K2tog, K6*, rep from * to * once (96 sts rem)

Row 4: *CB – P8, with CA – P8*, repeat from * to * 5 times

Row 5: S1, *with CA – K1, K2tog, K5, with CB – K1, K2tog, K5*, rep from * to * 5 times (84 sts rem)

Row 6: *CB – P7, with CA – P7*, repeat from * to * 5 times

Row 7: S1, *with CA – K1, K2tog, K4, with CB – K1, K2tog, K4*, rep from * to * 5 times (72 sts rem)

Row 8: *CB – P6, with CA – P6*, repeat from * to * 5 times

Row 9: S1, *with CA – K6, with CB – K6*, rep from * to * 5 times

Row 10: *with CA – P6, with CB – P6*, rep from * to * 5 times

Rows 11 – 18: rep rows 9 and 10, 4 times

Using Basic BO, *BO 6 stitches with CA, cut CA leaving enough to weave in, twist CA with next CB, BO 6 stitches with CB, cut CB leaving enough to weave in, twist CB with next CA*, rep from * to * 5 times to the end. Pull last strand through last stitch. With tapestry needle, join the last stitch to the first and sew close the first and last stitches where there are holes.

Weave in ends.

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Jul 11, 2015

Baby Lion Hat

This adorable baby hat was knit and designed by Beth A. Ferwerda. Thank you Beth for such a fun pattern. Sock Looms are for more than just socks. Hope you enjoy this one!
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Sizes: 0 – 6 months, (6 – 12 months)

Loom: Sock Loom 1

Yarn: 1 skein each Bernat Softee Baby, Lemon and Simply Soft, Pumpkin Small amounts black and cream, and a little stuffing

Notions: 3.75 mm crochet hook

 

 

 

Note: You will be knitting the hat flat, then joining the front to the back as you knit. The first stitch of each row will be slipped (not wrapped).

Instructionslion_hatback1

With Lemon yarn, cast on 32 (38) stitches.

Work 6 rows garter stitch.

Knit 20 (24) rows.

You will now be working short rows to shape the top of the head. Knit across the row until you come to the last peg. Lift stitch off peg, wrap yarn around peg and replace stitch onto peg. Now knit back across row to the last stitch, lift it off peg, wrap yarn around peg and replace stitch onto peg. Continue in this manner until you have 16 (20) center pegs unwrapped.

Now knit across to the first wrapped peg past center unwrapped stitches. Knit both loops on peg. Knit back to the first wrapped peg past center and knit both loops. Continue in this manner until all wrapped pegs have been worked.

You will now be working the front of the hat and joining it to the back. Pick up first slip stitch loop along left side of hat (the purl side will be facing you at this point.) Place it on the last (left side) peg. Knit across the row and knit both stitches on last peg. Now pick up first slip stitch loop along right side edge of hat and place it on the last (right side) peg in row. Knit across row and knit both stitches on last peg. Continue in this manner as you work the front of the hat.

Knit 20 (24) rows with yellow, joining the front of the hat as described above.

Work 6 rows garter stitch, joining as per instructions.

Bind off loosely.

 

Muzzle:

With cream, cast on 14 stitches.

Knit 2 rows.

Increase at the beginning of the next 4 rows.

Now knit 2 rows.

Decrease 1 stitch at the beginning of the next 4 rows.

Knit 2 rows. Bind off loosely.

Ears:

With Lemon, pick up 16 stitches along top edge of hat (where it is slanted from short row shaping). Work 6 rows garter stitch. Now decrease 1 stitch each end every other row 4 times. Bind off. Repeat for second ear.

Sew muzzle to hat, leaving a small opening in the bottom for stuffing. Stuff lightly and then sew closed. Embroider face and eyes. Weave in ends.

Mane: With Pumpkin, chain 10 stitches and attach with single crochet to hat. Chain 10 stitches and attach to hat with single crochet (a few stitches over). Continue in this manner until hat is covered with chain stitch loops.

Optional mane instructions: Create several long (6 feet) lengths of 3 stitch I-cord. Sew these onto hat to create mane, making small loops.

 

2 Comments

  • This hat is absolutely darling! I’m sure some lucky little one will be thrilled to wear this! :D Terrific design, Beth!

  • Super duper cuteness!

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May 29, 2015

Flowerett Brimmed Hat

Keep the sun away from baby’s eyes with a super soft brim beanie. Add a little color by accessorizing the hat with a cute flower, or omit the flower and work the hat in a masculine color and you have a hat for a baby boy.

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Materials

Knitting Loom: All-n-One Loom

Yarn: Hat–approx 100 yards of worsted weight yarn. Lion Brand Cotton-ease in Almond was used in sample for MC. Flower–Approx 45 yards total (3 different colors, 15 yards of each color).  Sublime Extra Fine Merino DK weight in Yellow (Y), Orange (O), and Red (R). –

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle, measuring tape.

Gauge: 8.5 sts x 13.5 rows=2 inches

Size: 3-6 months

Abbreviations

BO=bind Off

CC=contrasting color

CO=cast on

K=knit stitch

MC=Main Color

P=purl stitch

Rnd(s)=round(s)

SCC=secondary contrasting color

St(s)=stitch(es)

W&T=wrap and turn (lift the loop off the peg, wrap the peg with the yarn (take yarn to the inside of the loom and wrap the peg so the yarn ends up to the front of the peg).

KF&B=knit front and back. Instructions on the KF&B

INSTRUCTIONS

HAT BODY

Using, MC, CO 64 sts, join to work in the round.

Rnd 1-6: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of rnd.

Rnd 7: k to end of rnd.

Rep Rnd 7 until item measures 5.5 inches from CO edge.

Next rnd: Decrease evenly 8 sts all around (56 sts remain)

Next 3 rnds: Rep last rnd (48, 40, 32 sts remain).

Bind off with gather removal method.

BRIM

CO 26 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1: k to end of rnd.

Row 2: p to end of rnd.

Row 3: k to end of rnd.

Row 4: p to end of rnd.

Short row 1: k23, w&t on peg 24.

Short row 2: p from peg 23 to 4, w&t on peg 3.

Short row 3: k from peg 4 to 20, w&t on peg 21.

Short row 4: p from peg 20 to peg to 7, w&t on peg 6.

Short row 5: k from peg 7 to 26, to the end of the row, picking up all the wraps with the stitches.

Next: Bind off all sts, be sure to pick up the wrap with the stitch as you bind off.

Assembly

Sew the brim to the hat using the invisible horizontal seam method. Weave all ends in, block lightly.

Invisible Horizontal Seam: With the bound-off edges together, line up stitch for stitch, insert the tapestry needle under a stitch inside the bound-off edge of one side and then under the corresponding stitch on the other side.

FLOWER
(make 5 petals as follows)

Using MC, CO 3 sts.
Row 1: kf&b, k1, kf&b (5 sts).
Row 2: k to end of row.
Row 3: k1, kf&b, k1, kf&b, k1 (7 sts).
Row 4: k to end of row.
Row 5: k1, kf&b, k3, kf&b, k1 (9 sts).
Row 6-Row 10: k.
BO with Gather Removal Method. Weave ends in.

Center

Using CC, CO 6.
Row 1-Row 6: k to end of row.
BO with Gather Removal Method. Use tail to seam the side close and stuff the center with remaining tail end to form a little ball.

Assemble
Using MC, join petals together. Add the center ball to the middle of the petals where all five petals meet. Weave all ends in securely.

Optional:
Using crochet hook and SCC yarn, single crochet around the petals of the flower.

Weave all ends in.

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Apr 17, 2015

Couture Cloche

COUTURE HAT SIDE

The luxurious luster from the silk-blend yarn provides this cloche a stunning high quality finish.  The yarn blend also gives this cloche a wonderful, soft, drape. The stitch pattern although looks complicated is very simple to memorize.

Knitting loom: Adjustable Hat Loom, set up at small gauge with 80 pegs.  

Yarn: Approx 140 yds of DK weight silk blend yarn. Sample used Diadem by Knit Picks in jacquard: 50% alpaca, 50% mulberry silk, 219 yards/100 grams. Color: Azurite solid.

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Gauge: 20 sts x 24 rows= 4 inches in stockinette (unblocked)

Size: Fits up to a 21” circumference.

K=knit.

P=Purl.

Rnd=Round.

St(s)=Stitch(es).

YO=Yarn over (ewrap empty peg; on the following row, undo the ewrap and lay the yarn bar in front of the peg).

K2tog=knit two stitches together. Move loop from the peg on the right over to the peg on the left, knit both loops together as one.

PSSO=Pass slipped stitch over.

INSTRUCTIONSCOUTURE HAT

Set up the Adjustable Hat Loom to 80 pegs, at small gauge: 2 rounded parts, 4 connectors (3 peg), 2 peg rails (9 peg), insert pegs in all the peg openings.

Cast on 80 sts, prepare to work in the rnd.

Rnd 1-6: K to the end of rnd.

Rnd 7: P to the end of rnd.

Rnd 8-13: K to the end of rnd.

Rnd 14: Pick up CO edge sts and place them back on the pegs. Each peg has 2 loops on it. k to the end of rnd, treating both loops as one.

Rnd 15: K to the end of rnd.

Rnd 16: *K1, yo, k3; rep from * to end.
Tip: Loom knitters have found that if they YO twice, the yarn has more slack to stretch over the 3 pegs. If you find that one YO is not enough, you may want to try YO twice.

Knit peg 1, Ewrap peg 1. Knit next 3 pegs.

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Rnd 17: *Drop yo from Rnd 16, yo, sl 1, k3, psso; rep from * to end.

  1. 1. Undo the ewrap from peg 1. Remove the loop off peg 1. Gently pull on the stitch to elongate it. Place the elongated stitch over the next 3 pegs (pegs 2, 3, 4)
  2. 2. Ewrap empty peg (YO).
  3. 3. Knit the next 3 pegs (push down the elongated stitch, and reach for the loop on the peg to knit it, rep with the other 2 pegs).
  4. 4. **Remove the loop from peg 2 and hold it, grab the elongated stitch (the bar) and place it behind the peg, but in front of the knitted fabric. Place loop back on peg 2. Repeat the process from ** with pegs 3 and peg 4.

slide of row 3 with words

Slide of Row 3 B with words

Rnd 18: K to the end of rnd.

Rep Rnds 15-18: 11 more times (or until desired length)

Next rnd: *k2tog; rep from * to end.

  1. Move the loops from the odd numbered pegs to the even numbered pegs (From peg 1 to peg 2, from peg 3 to peg 4, etc).
  2. Knit the rnd.

Bind off with gather removal method. Weave ends in. Steam block or wet block the lace portion section only (not the brim).

4 Comments

  • Will you have this on you tube.

  • No

  • I thought the adjustable hat loom was plastic

  • The adjustable hat loom is made out of plastic. The video was done on another loom for ease in using when taking the video.

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Mar 27, 2015

Sea Coral Cap

Sea Coral Cap

Inspiration comes from many places when it comes to designs, this time, the inspiration came from a stitch pattern. I hope you enjoy this lovely design.

Knitting Loom: All-in-One Knitting loom

Yarn: 190 yards of worsted weight yarn. Red Heart Classic in sea coral was used in sample.

Notions: Knitting loom, tapestry needle, accent button (optional)

Finished size: Sample fits adult size female. To create a smaller/larger size, the stitch pattern is divisible by 14.

Gauge: 10 stitches x 16 rows= 2″

Abbreviations

K=Knit Stitch

P=Purl Stitch

Rnd=Round

Rep=Repeat

Rem=Remainder

Pattern Notes:  Pattern is worked in the round for entire project using one strand throughout.

INSTRUCTIONS Seacoral Closeup

Brim:

E-wrap cast on 84 pegs prepare to work in the rnd.

Rnds 1-10: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of rnd.

Next rnd: k to the end of rnd.

Body:

Rnd 1: *k2, p1, k8, p1, k2* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 2: *k1,p1, k10, p1,k1* rep for rem of rnd.

**Rnd 3: *p1, k12,p1* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 4: *k1, p1, k10, p1, k1* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 5: *k2, p1, k8, p1, k2* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 6: *k3, p1, k6, p1, k3* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 7-9: *k4, p6, k4* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 10: *k3, p1, k6, p1, k3* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 11: *k2, p1, k8, p1, k2* rep for rem of rnd.

Rnd 12: *k1, p1, k10, p1, k1* rep for rem of rnd.

Rep Rows 3-12 for a total of 5x for a total of 50 rows or for desired length.

End with Rnd 3.

Next 3 rnds: k to the end of rnd.

Crown:

Bind off every other peg for crown decrease. Then go back and bind off the pegs you skipped on the first round.

Gather bind off. Weave ends in. Block lightly.

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8 Comments

  • I’m so happy to see what Denice did with this design!! She is truly a very bright and creative young lady!! Thanks bunches!!

  • Thank you so much for the free pattern and for helping me to understand it for being there if i need help along the way I loom to loom but could not do it without you tube and good people like you

  • Hi Denice, thanks so much for sharing your designs with us. They are awesome!! Love the hat and the color.

  • Love your hat. So different and cute.

  • This hat is very adorable! Love the pattern detail in it so much! What a talented young lady!!

  • I have the Boye round looms. Can those be used to make this cap? The largest has less than 84 pegs and I’m not sure how to adjust the pattern.

    Very cute hat!
    Thanks!

  • Hi– What knit stitch is used for this hat? Ewrap?

    Thanks!

  • The true knit stitch. The ewrap stitch looks twisted.

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Mar 13, 2015

Cloche

Loom Knitted Cloche 600

Reminiscent of days gone by, the cloche is knit in two parts, the band and the body of the hat, all in stockinette stitch. The slanted band around the brim gives the cloche its beauty. Decorate it with a one-of-a-kind button and you have a unique  cloche.

PATTERN INFORMATION

Knitting Loom: 40 peg large gauge knitting loom. Sample was knit using the Adjustable Hat Loom, set to large gauge and 40 pegs.

Yarn: Approx 110 yards of super bulky weight yarn. Sample was knit using Knit Picks Biggo in Shappire Heather (1 skein).

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Other: Decorative button

Gauge: 11.5 sts x 20 rows = 4 rows in stockinette

Abbreviations

K=knit stitch. Recommend the knit stitch or the u-stitch; do not recommend the flat stitch or the ewrap.

P= purl stitch

CO=cast on (Sample uses the ewrap cast on to provide an elastic fit).

BO=bind off

GBO=gather bind off

Rep=repeat

Rnd=round

K2tog= knit two stitches together. A right slanting decrease.

P2tog=purl two stitches together.

 

Pattern notes:Loom Knitted Cloche Side 600

Brim band is worked separately from the body. Band is mattress stitched to the body after both parts have been knitted.

INSTRUCTIONS

Set up the Adjustable Hat Loom to 40 pegs, at large gauge: 2 rounded parts, 4 connectors (3 peg), 2 peg rails (9 peg).

BODY

Cast on 40 sts, join to work in the round.

Round 1-32: k to the end of round.

Next round:  *k2tog; rep from * to the end of rnd.

How to:

Move the stitches from the odd numbered pegs to the even numbered pegs. Knit the round, skipping the pegs with no stitches and treating the pegs with two loops as one loop.

Bind off with the gather removal method. As you bind off, gently tug on each of the stitches, starting with the first peg, to remove any of the extra slack in the yarn.

Weave all ends in. Wet block to set the stitches.

BAND

Cast on 6 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1-8: Sl 1, k1, p2, k2.

Row 9: Sl 1, k1, m1, p2, k2. (7 sts)

Row 10-18: Sl 1, k1, p3, k2.

Row 19: Sl 1, k1, m1, p3, k2. (8 sts)

Row 20-28: Sl 1, k1, p4, k2.

Row 29: Sl1, k1, m1, p4, k2. (9 sts)

Row 30-38: Sl, k1, p5, k2.

Loom Knitted Cloche Front 600

Row 39: Sl 1, k1, m1, p5, k2. (10 sts)

Row 40-48: Sl1, k1, p6, k2

Row 49: Sl 1, k1, p2tog, p4, k2. (9 sts)

Row 50-58: Sl 1, k1, p5, k2

Row 59: Sl 1, k1, p2tog, p3, k2. (8 sts)

Row 60-68: Sl 1, k1, p4, k2.

Row 69: Sl 1, k1, p2tog, p2, k2. (7 sts)

Row 70-78: Sl 1, k1, p3, k2.

Row 79: Sl 1, k1, p2tog, p1, k2. (6 sts)

Row 80-88: Sl 1, k1, p2, k2.

Bind off with basic bind off method. Leave a 20 inch yarn tail for seaming.

Wet block BODY and BAND before assembly.

ASSEMBLY

Using yarn tail from the band, mattress stitch seam the band to the cast on edge of the hat. Be sure to seam loosely so the seam is loose.  The band is approx an inch longer than the circumference of the hat, secure the band end with the button. Weave ends in. If necessary, wet block again.

 

4 Comments

  • Oh, my! This is such a fantastic hat, Isela! I love it! :D

  • Thank you :) I love it!!! I have some awesome ideas going in my head for that band and cables in the band, but I need some time to play with that.

  • I really love all the patterns, However, I wish you’d have them as PDFs. Much easier to save and download that way. Would that be a possibility in the future? Thanks so much for all the effort you put into this website!

  • They are put in PDF form a year after they are published on the blog. The PDFS can be found on our regular website, under free patterns.

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Mar 6, 2015

Lucky Shamrock Beanie

Shamrock Beanie

St. Patrick’s is around the corner! Wip out this lucky shamrock beanie for one of your loved ones or for yourself. The stitch pattern is an 8 stitch repeat, making it an easy stitch pattern to use on smaller or bigger hats, or other projects in the round. An awesome unisex design. Want a slouchy style instead of a tight fitting beanie? Work more rounds in the italicized section in the pattern. 

PATTERN INFORMATION

Knitting Loom: All-n-One knitting loom, set at 72 pegs (or any configuration of multiple of 8).

Yarn: Approx 140 yards of worsted weight yarn. Sample was knit using Knit Picks in Citrine (MC) and Macaw (CC).

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Gauge: 9 sts x 14 rows=2 inches in stockinette

Size: Size shown fits up to a 19.5″ head. To create smaller or larger sizes, simply cast on a number that is a multiple of 8 (56, 64, 72, 80).

AbbreviationsShamrock Chart Property of Isela Phelps

K: knit stitch. Recommend the knit stitch or the u-stitch; do not recommend the flat stitch or the ewrap.

P: purl stitch

CO: cast on (Sample uses the ewrap cast on to provide an elastic fit).

BO:bind off

GBO: gather bind off

Rep: repeat

Rnd: round

MC: Main color

CC: Contrasting color

PU: Pick up

K2tog: knit two stitches together. A right slanting decrease.

Pattern notes:Shamrock Beanie Side View

  1. When working with two strands of yarn on the same row, be sure to pick up the yarns in the same order throughout the project.  View this video for a few tips on working with colorwork.
  2. Work your colorwork loosely, if you pull on the yarn too tight, the knitted fabric will pucker up.
  3. Wet block or steam block after knitting.
  4. Work chart from the bottom up, and every round starts on the right.

INSTRUCTIONS

Set up the All-n-One loom to 72 pegs (or any other multiple of 8 stitches).

Using MC, cast on 72 stitches, prepare to work in the round.

Rnd 1-8: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of rnd.

Rnd 9-11: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 12: Join CC, k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 13: PU, MC, p to the end of rnd.

Rnd 14-16: Cont with MC, k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 17-24: Follow chart to create the shamrocks.

Rnd 25-28: With MC, k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 29: PU CC, p to the end of rnd.

Cut CC leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.

Rnd 30-50: With MC, k to the end of rnd. Cut MC, leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.Shamrock Beanie Top view

Join CC.

Rnd 51-54: k to the end of rnd.

Decrease rounds

Rnd 55: *k2tog; rep from * to the end of rnd.

How to:

Move the stitches from the odd numbered pegs to the even numbered pegs. Knit the round, skipping the pegs with no stitches and treating the pegs with two loops as one loop.

Remove stitches from the loop to a piece of scrap yarn—this is temporary.

Readjust the knitting loom to the new peg number configuration: 36 pegs. (Divide the cast on number of pegs by 2).

Place the stitches back on the knitting loom.

Gently tug on each of the stitches, starting with the first peg, to remove any of the extra slack in the yarn.

Rnd 56: Rep Rnd 55.

Bind off with the gather removal method. Cut yarn leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.

Weave all ends in.

Steam block or wet block to set the stitches.

Link to a video showing Working with Color

10 Comments

  • I really like this pattern. I would like to download this pattern. Will that be available anytime soon?

  • thanks so much for sharing – ST. PATRICKS DAY is my birthday so yes I will be making one of thiese……………….

  • On round 25-28 did you mean MC?

  • Download? You mean as a PDF. They are put in PDF format after being on the blog for six months. In the meantime, you can copy it and paste it onto a word document and save it that way.

  • Yes. MC.

  • Isela what a clever pattern. I’m so glad to see you still posting patterns. I started loom knitting 2 years ago, I was quite late to the party, but I learned sooooo much from your videos.You’re a fantastic teacher.

  • Where do I learn how to read these patterns. I am totally confused

  • Well, learning to read patterns is a bit like learning to read. Each pattern comes with a list of abbreviations. I guess the first step is to learn the abbreviations and what they mean. Next, start reading the pattern, if needed, replace the abbreviation with the complete term. In pattern writing, it is best to be concise, however, if you prefer, you can use the entire term, if it makes it easier to understand. Once you get to the pattern itself. A number next to a letter or term typically means that you work that many stitches (the number). Example: k2=knit two stitches (knit two pegs). Another example: Sl 3=slip 3 stitches (skip 3 stitches with yarn behind the pegs). Does this help a little?

  • I do not know any other way to reach you. May I please have some info on 2 projects On the AIO headband with crochet flower, I tried to use a #4 weight 100% wool. I was into the pattern and looked at it on the right side, the stitches were large. Your picture showed a tiny row of stitches. What did I do wrong?
    next? on the cats paw headband what yarn did you use? what weight? color?

    Thank you for your help

    bettywaldeck@tampabay.rr.com

  • The one with the crochet flower: I just worked the knit stitch. Nothing different or fancy. My tension is the same throughout.

    Cats Paw Headband: it looks like Knit Picks Shine in worsted weight. Don’t have the color way written anywhere. It was yarn left over from another project.

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Dec 26, 2014

Men’s Basic Hat and Scarf (double knit)

 Men's Double Knit Hat &Scarf Combo

Easy and quick to knit with easy fit that every man loves.  Our unique stitchery is in the matching scarf.  Both are double knit, warm and soft-any man or gal will love the holiday look of them.  One of my very favorite yarns to work with-you will love it too.  Let the cold winds blow!

Loom:  28” Knitting Board + peg extenders set up for double knit with 1 cm spacers.

Yarn:  Knit Picks City Tweed Aran/heavy worsted.  Our holiday color is #24529 Blue Blood.  Need 4 balls for the scarf and 2 balls for the hat.  This yarn is 55% Merino Wool, 25% Superfine Alpaca, 20% Donegal Tweed.  164 yds per ball.  Hand wash and dry flat.

Stitches:  Rib, Stockinette, CrissCross

Finished Sizes:  Hat fits head approximately 22-23” and 10” deep.  Scarf measures approximately 6” X 50”.

Notions Needed:  Knit hook, crochet hook, darning needle

Gauge:  Stockinette stitch- 6 stitches X 9 rows=2 inches

 

Instructions:

Hat

Cast On 60 stitches in Rib stitch.  Lay anchor yarn of any color as it will be removed.

Work (5) rows in Rib stitch.

Change to Stockinette and work until the hat measures 5.5-6” from anchor yarn.

Now, you want to decrease across the stitches so the top of the hat will fit better.

Decrease Row:  We will do (4) decrease rows.  When you do each of these, just move the indicated loops from the pegs and place them onto the adjacent peg towards the center of the loom.  This is same as a K2tog.

First decrease row-Starting at L side of loom, lift loops from pegs #5, 15, 25, 35, 45, 55.  Place each one on adjacent peg going towards center of loom.  Once moved, you have (6) empty pegs.  Do this to both sides of the loom.  Now, carefully lift loops and move over filing in the empty pegs.  Work towards center of loom.   Be sure to move both loops when you come to a peg with (2) loops.  The result will be (3) less pegs at each end of loom for the hat.  You will now have (54) stitches.

Work (3) stockinette rows.

Second decrease row-This time, move loops on pegs # 5, 14, 23, 32, 41, 50.

Work (3) stockinette rows.

Third decrease row-This time, move loops on pegs #5, 13, 21, 29, 37, 45.

Work (3) stockinette rows.

Forth decrease row-Move loops on pegs # 5, 12, 19, 26, 33, 40.

Work (3) stockinette rows.

You now have (36) pegs on loom.  Time to bind off of loom.

Bind Off:  Use anchor yarn for easy gather.  After last row, lay a new anchor yarn of same yarn.

Lift loops on one side of loom and place them on the pegs of other loom so that one rail has no loops and opposite rail has 2 loops.  Lift bottom loop over top so that there is only one loop on pegs, and the anchor yarn is inside.  Bind these stitches off using 2-loop method.

Sew side seam with invisible stitch. Gather top, using new anchor yarn and tie securely.  Pull yarn to inside of hat and take a few stitches inside to secure the opening.  You can use the yarn tail of the anchor yarn for this.  Tuck in any remaining yarn tails.

If a pompom is desired for top of hat, you can create and add when complete.

Scarf

Note: Be sure to work each row hooking over from left to center and then right to center.  Vary the center point in each row.  This will ensure that your scarf edges remain even and straight.

Cast On (20) pegs in rib stitch.

Work (6) rows in Rib.

Change to Criss Cross Stitch starting with row 1 to 3 and 2 to 5. (stitch pattern #1)

Continue working the Criss Cross stitch until scarf measures approximately 50”.

Change to Rib stitch.

Work (6) rows.

Bind Off with 2-loop bind off at loom and anchor yarn in rib stitch.  Keep the working yarn loose so that the ends do not pull too tightly.  Tuck in any yarn tails for a great looking holiday scarf.

Notes:  video and how-tos for the Criss Cross stitch can be viewed at www.knittingboard.com.

 

5 Comments

  • This is a very handsome hat set. I have always wanted to try a double knit hat with a decreased crown. It will be my next hat set project for my husband. Thank you.

  • I have been trying to make this hat!! Now on my 3rd attempt and I get to the decrease and I’m ending up with a hole and I have to start over. I’ve even stared marking the board with numbers. How are you working to the middle?? Sorry very confused right now.

    Thanks for your help!!

    Susan

  • Hello this question may sound dumb but I’m confused how do you double knit for a hat?? I looked for videos on youtube to get an idea but had no luck. Is there any way you can make a video demonstrating this please thank you.

  • Very nice hat and scarf set. I really like the color and I’m totally loving the stitch texture of the scarf. Thanks for sharing it!

  • Can this same set of instructions be used for a single knit?

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Nov 14, 2014

Snowman Hat Pattern

Snowman hat final

We are bringing you a new feature to our blog! Every second Friday of the month, we will feature a design by one of our customers. We will start off this tradition with a new pattern by Kathy McGuire. Kathy created a lovely Snowman Hat that every child will love. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. To contact Kathy, please email her at this link

 

Knitting loom: KB All-in-One loom set up with two sliders.

Yarn:  Approximately 50 yards each of worsted weight in red, green and white.  Approximately one yard each of black and orange.

Notions: knitting tool, row counter, crochet hook, tapestry needle and  (optional) pompom maker

Gauge: 4 stitches and  6 rows per inch in stitch pattern.

Abbreviations:

CO: cast on

EW: E wrap

P: purl stitch

St(s): stitches

Rnd(s): round

Rep: repeat

BO: Bind off

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is worked in the round.

In this pattern, after round 46, you will begin decreasing stitches to form the taper of the hat.  With each decrease, you will move the stitches on the four corners in one peg.  After moving the stitches, you will then move both sliders in one peg, in line with the pegs that have two stitches.

This pattern can will fit a toddler/young child. It can be made larger by increasing the number of pegs per side. However, if more pegs are used, be sure to use an odd number on each side and begin casting on using the middle peg. For example, the pattern as written calls for using 23 pegs per side with cast-on beginning at peg 12. If you increase to say, 25 pegs, then you would cast on starting at peg 13. Also, for every two pegs you increase, you will have one more taper to do at the top.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Set knitting loom to work 46 pegs in the round, with sliders at both ends.  Place a stitch marker on peg 12 – you will begin the CO on this peg.  This is important for the tapering to work out.

Beginning at peg 12, EW CO all 46 pegs

Rnd 1-4 : *EW using red yarn

Rnd 5-8:  Without cutting red yarn, EW using green yarn*

Rnds 9-16: Rep from * to*

Rnd 17-20: EW using red yarn.  Cut red yarn leaving about a 6″ tail

Forming the brim: bring the CO loops up through the center of loom. Lining up the loops, place one loop on each peg.  You will now have two loops on each peg.  Lift bottom loop on each peg over the top loop.

Rnd 21-34:  EW using white yarn.  Cut white yarn leaving about a 6″ tail

For the remaining Rounds, you will be knitting alternate rows of red and green.   Carry yarn to the inside of loom when not using.  Do not cut.

Rnd 35-42: Using red yarn, make four sets of garter stitch (alternating rows of EW and P).

Rnd 43-46:  EW using green yarn.  Do not cut yarn.

Rnd 47:  *Move the St(s) from each corner peg in one peg.  (For example, in this round you will move peg 1 to peg 2; peg 23 to peg 22; peg 29 to peg 30 and peg 41 to peg 40).   Move the sliders in one peg to line up with pegs that have two St(s).  EW using red yarn, turning pegs with two loops as one.

Rnd 48-50: EW using red yarn.

Rnd 51:  Move the St(s) from each corner peg in one peg and line up sliders.  EW using green yarn,  turning  pegs with two loops as one.

Rnd 52-54: EW using green yarn.*

Rnd 55-86: Rep from * to *.

Rnd 87-90: Rep Rnd(s) 47-50

Cut both yarns leaving a 12″ tail

Using both yarns held together as one, BO using drawstring bind off.  Remove hat from loom  and drop the yarn tails inside the opening at top of hat.  Turn hat inside out and close top by pulling on the yarn tails.  Cut yarn tails to about 5″.  Weave in all ends. Turn hat right side out.

Make a pom pom and attach to top of hat.

(Optional) Using a length of white yarn, make three (or more) “snowflakes” on front of snowmans “hat” (the garter ridges).

Eyes:  Make a chain of 25 stitches using black yarn and crochet hook, leaving 6″ tail at beginning and end of chain.  Coil up the chain and stitch together using the yarn tails then stitch eyes onto hat.

Nose:  Using either bulky weight or two strands held together as one of orange worsted weight, form a short i-cord using three pegs of the loom.  Bind off.  Slightly stretch the i-cord so that the bind off edge is wider than the other end and attach to hat.

 

 

5 Comments

  • This is sooo cute! I may even make this as a toliet tissue holder. Will look adorable in our bathroom for Christmas. Thank You.

  • Oh soo cute! Any child would love this hat. Thanks for sharing your pattern.

  • I want to make this for myself!! I have Bern wanting to make myself a snowman hat and scarf set but haven’t taken the time to do so. Now I see this one and I love it. How do I make it to fit an adult???

  • Kathy, has added a little blurb about making the hat bigger, it is in the pattern notes.

  • Thanks! I am also happy to help if you have any other questions or you need clarification on any part of the pattern.

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Nov 1, 2014

Men’s Beanie

mens beanie

 

A simple beanie designed for him in mind. Worked in simple, no fuss stitch pattern, with a super soft and airy wool yarn.

Knitting loom: Adjustable Hat Loom

Yarn: 140 yards of worsted weight merino wool. Malabrigo worsted in Paris Night was used in sample.

Notions: knitting tool and tapestry needle.

Gauge: 8 sts x 17 rows= 2 inches in stitch pattern.

Size: 9 inches x 9.5 inches when laid flat.  Model’s head size is 23-1/4 inches.

AbbreviationsTop of hat small

K: knit stitch (not ewrap)

P: purl stitch

Rep: repeat

Sts: stitches

Rnd(s): round(s)

INSTRUCTIONS

Set knitting loom to small gauge at 80 pegs.

Cast on 80 sts, prepare to work in the round.

Rnd 1-10: *k1, p1; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rnd 11: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 12: *k3, p1; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rep Rnds 11 and 12: 32 more times

Next rnd: Move stitch from all odd numbered pegs to the even number peg; example from peg 1 to peg 2, from peg 3 to peg 4; etc. K to the end of rnd, (treat both loops on the even number pegs as one loop). At the end of this round, knitting loom should have one empty peg and a peg with one loop, all the way around.

Remove with gather removal method.Mens Beanie Side

Weave ends in. Block lightly.

13 Comments

  • May I use another loom for this pattern , as I do not have the hat loom?

  • Hi Renita!
    Love this hat :) Would love to make one for my son and my boyfriend! I know that your instructions are for the Adjustable Hat Loom, but is it possible to make this on the All-In-One Loom? I’m relatively new at all of this so I’m just not sure.

    Thanks!
    Karen

  • Hi Karen,
    This is Isela, I designed the hat pattern. Yes, you can do it on the All-n-One loom. You can follow the instructions exactly. Set your knitting loom to 80 pegs and start working with the same pattern.

  • You can use the All-n-One loom.

  • Thank you Isela!

  • Hello I am making this. When you say to do rounds 11 nd 12 ,32 more times do you mean like as a pair or just 32 more rows. I numbered a sheet 1-32 and alternated rows. And my hat isn’t very big.

  • As a pair

  • Hi I am not familiar with the term pair can you please explain I am not sure how to read patterns either when it say k1 does it mean knit 1 and when it says purl 6 do I purl 6 times on that peg I am confused please help

  • I have just purchased the KB Adjustable Hat Loom. How do you get 80 stitches on this loom….The most I can get is 50 stitches….do I have to buy additional pieces?

    Thanks.

  • The loom’s booklet has 80 pegs is for a 20″ head, but this pattern is saying 84 pegs and fits a 23″ head?

  • Kim, the pattern shown used 80 pegs. Knitted fabric stretches, thus the reason why this hat was able to fit the 23″ head of the model. Also, the type of yarn and stitch will affect how much the knitting stretches. If you use cables, the knitted fabric won’t stretch. If you use cotton, the knitted fabric won’t stretch at all. However, this pattern was worked in knit stitches and purl stitches, and with a wool yarn, all of these characteristics combined provided with a hat that can stretch.

  • Helen, you have to put the pegs in the open holes. Your loom should have come with additional pegs and you just set it up and put the pegs in the open holes.

  • Hi Isela, I have an all-n-one loom & want to make this for my grandson who is 7. I think it was you who made a scale or a way to adjust the patterns to fit the individual. If I am correct & it was you can you tell me where I saw that so maybe I can figure out how to adjust. He likes this type cap. I have made my daughter 2 of your slouchy hats & she just loves them. Sorry I am so long winded, I can’t say what I need to without using a lot of words. I have to tell you I have learned so much from you and am very appreciative of the time you spend teaching us all. I love your patterns and videos. You are very talented. Thanks for your time.

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Oct 17, 2014

Hashtag Hat

Have some fun and hashtag you!  Great project for beginners using 2 stitch variations. It is sized for youth with an option for an adult.

hashtaghatLoom:  All-n-One Loom, set up for double knit

Yarn:  Patons Shetland Chunky, 25% Wool and 75% Acrylic, 148 yds per skein

Colors used:  #78209 Soft Teal (1 skein) and #78042 Charcoal (1/2 skein)

Stitches:  Stockinette and Rib

Notions Needed:  Knit Hook, crochet hook, measure tape, scissors, darning needle

Finished Size:  Youth=20” and Adult=23-24” head circumference, aprox 9” high from brim to pompom

Gauge:  5 stitches and 10 rows= (2) inches in stockinette

Special Note:  Using the full width of this loom makes a youth/small size hat.  To knit a larger hat as in our sample, we have added a small back panel to increase the width.  Using a larger loom ie the 28” loom will result in larger gauge and larger stitches which will change the shape slightly of the ‘hashtag’.

Instructions:hashtag.angle

Hat Front with ‘hashtag’:

Cast On all pegs or 48 stitches in Rib Stitch using Teal Yarn.  Lay anchor yarn of contrast color yarn.

Work (2) rows in Rib stitch.

Tie on color 2 Charcoal at 2nd peg.  Do not cut the Teal yarn.

Work (1) row in Rib stitch with Charcoal yarn.  Cut and knot.

Work (1) additional row in Rib with Teal yarn.

Change to stockinette and work (2) rows.

Hints:  Mark the center of the loom with a stitch marker or pin.  Next row will be row 1 of the bottom of ‘hashtag’.  Whenever you are working the Charcoal for just the 2 stitches of each upright, weave the 2 consecutive pegs front to back and move over to 2nd upright and weave the 2 consecutive pegs front to back.  Then, weave the Teal yarn in Stockinette weave skipping the upright pegs.  When, you are working the long rows of charcoal, weave the stitches in stockinette, and then weave the Teal yarn in Stockinette weave skipping the charcoal stitches.  Notice in your graph that the uprights will shift over by (1) stitch to give the design an angled look.

Go to center of loom, count back (4) stitches and tie on the Charcoal yarn.  Work the (4) upright stitches.  Note that there will be 3 pegs skipped in center of them.  Lay the charcoal yarn down where you end.  It doesn’t matter which direction you do the front to back for the 2 uprights.  Weave the row with the Teal yarn and hook over.  The ‘hashtag’ design consists of a total of (15) rows.  Once complete, you can cut and knot the Charcoal yarn.  Hat will be completed in Teal Yarn.

Work (7) additional rows in Stockinette.

Change to Rib stitch.  Work total of (14) Rib rows to top of hat.

Work Decrease row on row #6 and row #10.

Decrease Row explained:  decreasing some stitches at top part of the hat will add some shape to the head and keep the top of the hat from being too ‘bunchy’ or bulky.  So, we will do a decrease to 2 stitches on each side of the design.  That will take out a total of 4 stitches on each decrease row and make the top of hat fit much better.  Before doing the weaving and hook- over, go to stitch #8 from left side.  Lift the stitch and place it on peg #9.  Go to stitch #12 from left side.  Lift the stitch and place it on peg #13.  Now you have 2 empty pegs.  Go to right side of loom and count over to peg #8 and place this stitch on adjacent peg to left.  Count over to peg #12 and place this stitch on adjacent peg to left.  Do this to both sides of the board directly across from each other.  You now have (4) empty pegs on each board.  Carefully, lift the stitches and move towards the center of loom.  You want the empties to be at ends of loom.   Now, weave and hook over the row carefully lifting all loops on each peg so that only the one loop remains on the pegs.  Continue working in Rib stitch.

Repeat this decrease process on row #10.  Complete the hat with Rib stitch.

Removing the hat from loom:  Since we are at the top of the hat, we want to create another anchor yarn to gather the top of hat.  Do not bind off.  Instead, cut and knot the working yarn.  Cut another piece of the working yarn about 24” long and thread onto the darning needle.  Pick up the stitches working from one board to the other and allow the stitches to come off the loom onto the yarn.

Small – youth size finishing:  Sew the back seam using invisible stitch with matching yarn, Teal.  Bind off the brim edge stitches.  Gather the top of hat by pulling the yarn securely and tying a secure knot.  Hat is ready for a fun pompom.

Large adult.  In order to add more width to back of hat, we knit a matching piece that will be seamed into the side edges of the hat front.

Cast On 10 stitches in Rib stitch. (More if you want a larger than large hat)  Our 10 sts will add 4” to the size of the hat.  Work this small piece just as you did the hat front only no design is needed and no decreases are needed.  Do work the matching stripe on row 3 to match the front of hat.

Once complete and free of the loom, seam to the hat front using invisible stitch on both sides connecting the 2 pieces into one round hat.  If you use the invisible stitch for the seaming, the seams will not show.  Just be sure to match the Charcoal stripe exactly.  Now, gather each section with the anchor yarns at top of hat.  Tie the yarn securely.

Now you can bind off in one continuous yarn at brim.  Either size, you are ready for the pompom.  We have used both yarns for the pompom in the sample, but you can choose to make it all one color, if desired.  Wrap the yarns around a box or anything that will give you approximately 5” long strands.  Wrap 20-30 wraps; tie in center very securely.   Cut the loops and shake the pompom loose.  Use the yarn tie of the pompom to secure to top of hat.  To finish the hat, use the crochet hook to tuck in any yarn tails that remain from the seaming and knotting.  Shape the pompom as short or as shaggy as desired.  In our sample, we trimmed it up a bit, but left it fairly long.

For a complete look, make a matching Hashtag Scarf. Very cute!

 

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Oct 1, 2014

Fit for a Princess

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As soon as we saw this cute design, we knew that many loom knitters would be interested in trying it out. Carrie Johnson has been kind enough to allow us to share her pattern in blog. We hope you enjoy it. A little bit about Carrie:  Carrie is a single mom of four children, ranging in ages of 5-20 yrs old! She lives on a small goat farm out in California. She has been loom knitting for about 3 years and just began to learn to read patterns. She recently started writing down all of her designs, and she has four published patterns so far and more to come! Contact Carrie.

Knitting loom: KB adjustable hat loom
Yarn: approx 30-40 yds of worsted weight yarn.
Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle, stitch markers,
Other: Stick on jewels to decorate or other decor of choice.

Abbreviations

K: Knit (e-wrap)
P=Purl

Pattern note:  I used two strands of yarn, since the yarn I used was thin. If using a #3 weight yarn, you might want
to double your strands. A #4 yarn you might use one strand, two strands can be use for a thicker crown. One
strand of #5 can be used as well, even though I haven’t made the crown in bulky yet, it should still work!

INSTRUCTIONS

Set up: Set your loom in the extra small configuration- using 2 connectors and 2 round parts. Place pegs in every
hole.

Using your stitch markers divide pegs into 8 sections with 7 pegs in each section.
Ex: pegs 1-7 is one section, pegs 8-14 is another section and so on…

Cast on 56 stitches, join to work in the round.
Rnds 1, 3, 5, 7: k to the end.
Rnds: 2, 4, 6, 8: p to the end.

Points for the Crown
~Each section is worked separately, in rows.

Starting with the first section pegs 1-7:

*Row 1: k to end of section

Row 2: p to end of section*

Decrease as follows: Move loop from peg 1 to peg 2 and loop from peg 7 to peg 6.

Repeat from * to *.  (Pegs that have two loops on them, treat both loops as one loop.)

Next: Decrease as follows: move loop from peg 2 to peg 3 and loop from peg 6 to peg 5.

Repeat from * to *.  (Pegs that have two loops on them, treat both loops as one loop.)

Next: Decrease as follows: move loop from peg 3 to peg 4 and loop from peg 5 to peg 4.

Next: Knit peg 4. Purl peg 4.

Cut yarn leaving a 6 inch tail:  knit peg and pull yarn tail through.
One point done.

To start next point, make a slip knot and add yarn to peg 8 (you’ll now be working on pegs 8-14) and repeat
Points for the Crown section. Repeat with each section. 8 points completed at the end of project.
Weave in yarn ends.
Decorate
Enjoy!

 (c)2014, Carrie Johnson. All rights reserved. Published on www.191.5a2.myftpupload.com with permission. 

4 Comments

  • Carrie,
    Very cute! I don’t have a young lady to work one for, but if I did, she would be the proud owner of your very clever crown. Can’t wait to see more of your work very ice indeed!!

    Sue K.

  • Cute as can be, Carrie! My little girlie said I need to get her one so she can wear it on her head and pretend to be Princess Peach :)

  • Thank you so much for sharing this adorable crown. I will be making a one for my granddaughter, plus several for friends granddaughters. They are all Princesses. :)

  • Thanks for letting me know. We have corrected it. Row 13 should say Row 12, row 14, row 13, etc.

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Aug 30, 2014

Autumn Slouch Hat

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Pattern Information

Knitting Loom: KB Hat Loom. Use 40 pegs, large gauge setting.

Yarn: Super Bulky, 100% merino wool 90 yards per skein 150 grams per skein.  Sample was knit using Malabrigo Rasta in Sunset, 1 skein.

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry needle, removable stitch marker.

Skills knowledge
knit stitch, purl stitch, e-wrap, gather removal method.

Abbreviations

  • k=knit stitch
  • p=purl stitch
  • ew=ewrap peg counterclockwise
  • sts=stitches
  • rnd=round
  • YO=ewrap (ewrap peg counterclockwise)
  • K2tog: knit two stitches together. Move the loop from right to the peg on the left, knit the peg with the two loops on it, treating both loops as one loop.

INSTRUCTIONSSideViewSmall2

Cast on 40 sts, join to work in the rnd.

Round 1-7: *k2, p2; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rnd 8-9: k to the end rnd.

Rnd 10 is broken into two parts: Rnd 10-A and Rnd 10-B

Rnd 10-A: *YO3; rep from * to end end of rnd. (How to: *Take yarn to peg 1, ewrap peg 1 three times; peg 1 has 4 loops. Repeat the same process with the remaining 39 pegs.).

Rnd 10-B:  k to the end of rnd.

(How to: lift the bottommost loop up and off the pegs; each peg should      remain with the 3 ewraps on it.)

TIP: Combine Rnd 10-A and 10-B as one Rnd as follows: Ewrap peg 3 times (for the YO3), then lift the bottommost loop, then move to the next peg and do the same. Each peg should have 3 loops on it.

YO close up YOs on loom

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rnd 11: k to the end of rnd.

(How to: First, unravel the ewraps from the peg (it will look like an elongated stitch). Take yarn to the front of the peg and knit the peg as normal. Be    careful that the stitch stays on the peg and does not “pop” off the peg.)

Rnd 12: As Rnd 10.

Rnd 13: p to the end of rnd.

Rnd 14: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 15: p to the end of rnd.

Rep Rnds 12-15: 6 more times.

Rep Rnds 10 and 11.

Next rnd: *k2tog; rep from * to the end of rnd. (20 sts rem).

How to: move loop from odd number peg to the even number peg. Each    even peg (2, 4, 6, etc) should have 2 loops on it. Knit the round, treating both loops on each peg as one loop.

Autumn Slouch on Loom k2tog

Bind off with gather removal method. Weave ends in.

Set the stitches by gently tugging on the hat vertically. All the stitches should be elongated and open.

If you love the look of this pattern, be sure to check out Luisa Mangus’ Spring Breeze Slouchy Hat.  Need extra help? Luisa also has a YouTube video demonstrating all the steps. 

17 Comments

  • Can this be done on the aio loom?

  • Yes, you can do it all the AIO. You need to use worsted weight yarn and about 64 or 68 pegs. Follow the pattern exactly. You will need about 120 yds of yarn.

  • I really love the looks of this hat! And the color of the yarn (along with the name of it as well), goes right along with the slouch-type Rasta hats :)

  • Hi Isela, I’ve been a fan for more than 8 years. Can I do this on the regular knifty knitter looms?

  • Yes. I don’t know which loom you will use but if the peg number is not divisible by 4, your ribbing will be different. If you don’t have a multiple of 4 in pegs, do a 1×1 rib (k1,p1) for the brim. The rest should be exactly the same as written.

  • Do you have a video tutorial for this?

  • Do you do row 15 the same as row 12 just purl instead?

  • Rose, yep. Rnd 15: p to the end of rnd.

  • There is an error in this pattern. There are no rows between rows 12 and 13 to create the garter stitches that separate the sets of drop stitches. Instead, the pattern immediately goes into another set of drop stitches with no garter stitches to separate them.

  • Karen,
    The hat has 2 rounds of elongated stitches at the beginning, no garter stitch separates them. The reason why there is no garter stitch between those two rounds of elongated stitches is to not have a ridge right by the forehead area. I started the dropped stitches after that area. So this is what the hat should be: ribbed hem, 1 round of knit stitches to set up for the hat body. 2 rounds of elongated stitches. After these two rounds of elongated stitches, then we start with 2 garter stitch ridges, then 1 round of elongated stitches, we repeat starting at the 2 garter stitch ridges. Does this make sense?

  • I feel so dumb. I looked at the picture more closely and realized mine had looked like it was supposed to before I ripped it out. I missed that because the yarn is so thick and I thought I was seeing one round of elongated stitches when it was actually two. Thanks so much for your fast response. I hope I can save it.

  • If not, I think it will still look fabulous :). It will be an original!

  • Can you explain round 13 please? “As round ten” does that mean round 13 is 10a & 10b again? Thanks!

  • Yes, Round 10-A and 10-B.

  • Thanks Isela, this is a great pattern (as are all of your patterns)!

  • I have the pattern above that I printed out, but there is no line 12. It goes from 11 to 13. What is 12. I am fairly new at the loom knitting. I don’t know what to do for line 12. Thank you. Love the pattern and I hope mine turns out.

  • Thanks for the pattern! I love the look of those elongated stitches. I’m going to try them in a matching set of wristlets and/or scarf.
    To Lisa, I just tried this hat on the yellow 41 peg knifty knitter loom using an extra purl at the end. It worked, but was excessively large. Unless you have a large amount of hair to fit a hat over, I’d try the green 36 peg loom. I’ll be giving this hat away to someone with beautiful dreads at the next hippie show I go to and try again with the smaller green loom for myself :)

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Aug 23, 2014

Brimmed Beanie


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Knitting Loom: 40 peg, large gauge loom. Adjustable Hat Loom in Medium size (40 pegs) recommended.

Yarn: Super Bulky, 100% merino wool 90 yards per skein 150 grams per skein.  Sample was knit using Malabrigo Rasta in Electrica, 1 skein.

Other: Knitting tool, tapestry needle, removable stitch marker.

Abbreviations:

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

rep=rep

Rnd=round

CO=cast on. If the cast on is at the beginning of a row, simply ewrap the peg that needs to be casted on.

Pattern notes
The item is worked flat for the brim and then it continues in the round for the body of the hat.

INSTRUCTIONS

Brim

Work a flat panel as follows: cast on 12 stitches (from left to right).

Row 1: p to the end of row.

Row 2: k to the end of row.

Row 3: co1, p to the end of row.

Row 4: co1, k to the end of row.

Rep Rows 1-4: 1 more time (16 sts total on the loom).

Body

At this point, continue knitting in the round as follows:

Next: [k2, p2] 4x. With e-wrap method, cast on all around the loom to begin working in the round. Place a removable stitch marker on any of the stitches on this round to mark the round.

Next 4 rounds: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of the rnd.

Next round: knit to the end of round

Rep last round until item measures 6.5 inches from marker.

Bind off with gather removal method. Weave ends in.

Block lightly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

  • I purchased the new hat loom and I am totally baffled by the sizes they indicate on the chart. None of the sizes match the outcome of the piece. I have tried several different types of yarn, including the one they suggested but the hats are so much bigger than the chart indicated. Im very disappointed, is anyone else having this issue?

  • What type of stitch are you using? We used the Knit stitch not the ewrap in our calculations.

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Apr 11, 2014

Carrots Hat and Rattle Set

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Easter is around the corner and the bunny theme is in the air. Knit a beautiful set of hat and rattle for a wee little one in your life.

Knitting Loom: All-n-One knitting loom

Yarn: Worsted weight yarn. Sample was knit using Cascade Yarns Pacific in White, Orange, and Green.

Notions: Knitting tool, tapestry

Other: Ribbon

Gauge: 10 sts x 17 rows= 2”

Size: Sample fits 3-6 months.

Abbreviations

K=knit stitch

P=purl stitch

St(s)=stitches

Rnd=round

Rem=remain

INSTRUCTIONScarrots 3

HAT

Using MC, cast on 68 sts, join to work in the round.

Round 1-8: *k2, p2; rep from * to end of round.

Next: Work 4 inches in stockinette stitch.

Next round: *k2tog; rep from * to end of round.

Next round: k

Next round: *k2tog; rep from * to end of round.

Bind off with gather removal method.

EARS

Outer Layer (make 2)

Using MC, cast on 12 sts, prepare to work a flat panel

Rows 1-22: k to end of row.

Row 23: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1 (10 sts rem).

Rows 24- 26: k to the end of row.

Row 27: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1 (8 sts rem).

Row 28: k to end of the row.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

 

Inner Layer (make 2)Carrots

Using CC, cast on 10 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Rows 1-20: k to end of row.

Row 21: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1 (8 sts rem).

Rows 22- 24: k to the end of row.

Row 25: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1 (8 sts rem).

Row 26: k to end of the row.

Bind off with basic bind off method.

Ear Assembly

Steam block before assembly. Using the mattress stitch, place wrong sides together of the Inner layer and Outer layer, seam along the edge.

Sew the Ears to the top of the hat.

Add a little bow to each ear using ribbon.

CARROT FOR HAT

Using SCC, cast on 7 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Row 1-3: k to end of row.

Row 4: k2, k3tog, k2. (5 sts rem)

Row 5-7: k to end of row.

Row 8: k1, k3tog, k1 (3 sts rem)

Row 9: k

Bind off with gather bind off method. Leave a long tail. Use this long tail to mattress stitch along the side of the carrot, to the cast on edge. Sew the cast on edge close.  Secure carrot to the front area of the hat, near the brim of the hat (use sample as guide).

Thread tapestry needle with G, whip stitch a small stitch on to the top of the carrot and cut the ends closely to the carrot, to leave small “leaf” like strands.

CARROT RATTLE

Using SCC, cast on 18 sts, prepare to work a flat panel.

Rows 1-4: k to the end of row.

Row 5: k1, k2tog, k to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2

Row 6-8: k to the end of row.

Rep from Row 5-8: until 10 sts rem.

Next: Work 9 rows even.

Next: Rep Row 5.

Next: Work 3 rows even.

Bind off with gather removal method. Leave a long tail. Use the long tail to mattress stitch seam up the side of the carrot, all the way to the cast on edge. Before closing the cast on edge with gather removal method; stuff the inside with bits of left over yarn and two jingle bells. Optional: you may want to place the stuffing inside a panty hose to prevent it from poking through the fabric of the carrot.

Carrot leaves: cast on 2 sts, work a 4 inch icord. Bind off. Fold the icord in half and sew securely to the top of the carrot.

 

 

 

 

 

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Mar 29, 2014

Chevron Hat

Chevron Hat Magic

Back in the fall, I started seeing all these cute scarves and skirts with chevron designs and I was in love with every single one of them, since then, I have been wanting to design a hat and cowl with the chevron design. Finally, on a Sunday afternoon, I had a chance to sit down with some graph paper and color the chevron design. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.  The design uses only color changes, no decreases or increases for the design.

Pattern Information

Knitting loom: All-n-One knitting loom

Yarn: Approx 120 yards of worsted weight yarn. Cascade 220 was used in sample in White and Mint (less then 1 skein each color).

Notions: knitting tool, row counter (optional)

Gauge: 11 sts x 17 rows= 2″.
Please note how tight my gauge was with this yarn, if you do not obtain this gauge with your swatch, your hat may come out bigger/smaller than mine. Please check your gauge before starting this project.

AbbreviationsChevron 4 small

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

sts=stitches

Rnd(s)=round(s)

MC=Main color (Mint)

CC=Contrasting color (white)

Pattern notes

Reading a chart: Read a chart from the bottom up and from right to left. Each cell represents a stitch.

Tips: Carry the unused color loosely at the back of the work. Do not pull too tight on these floats as this will make the work “pucker”. Nice and loose and it should provide with a nice stitch pattern. It is imperative to always reach for the colors in the same manner. For example, I always reached for the CC through the bottom of the MC, and I always reached for the MC over the CC. Steam blocking helps set the stitch pattern and take away some of the puckering.

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INSTRUCTIONSChevron Hat Design

Using MC, cast on 102 sts, join to work in the round.

Rnd 1-8: *k1, p1; rep from * to end of rnd.

Rnd 9-13: k to end of rnd.

Rnd 14-21: Follow Chevron Chart.

Rep Rnds 14-21: 2 more times. Cut CC, leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.

Cont with MC.

Next 20 rounds: k to the end of rnd.

Bind off with gather removal method.

Weave ends in. Steam block.

Chevron hat

 

 

 

9 Comments

  • Isela, I love this hat, and I can wait to make one for my boy.

    By the way, I would like to ask something that is not exactly related to this hat. I bought 2 of your books; one for making socks, and I can make anything because of the loom that you used. I haven’t been able to find that loom, but I have the All-in-one.

    Do you think some day you will be able to tell us how to make all of those beautiful socks using the All-in-one loom?

    Thanks a lot!

  • Soon enough, I think we will have access to a loom that we can use all those patterns :).

  • Isela, now, I know what you meant… I just bought the Sock Loom EFG by AKB… I can’t wit to receive it, and start making my socks!

    Thanks!

  • Isela, I bought also the new Hat Loom 4 in 1… but i have a question. Your pattern says that I need 102 stitches using the AIO, which spacing between pegs is 3/8″, and the new Hat Loom could be use too with that spacing… But it has just 84 pegs in order to make the biggest size! (23″ circumference).

    What should I do?
    How does the new Hat Loom work?
    Is it going to be too small?

  • Ruth,
    The chevron hat is a special case, as well as any other that has stranded colorwork. The colorwork pulls the knitting in and this requires us to knit the item a little larger than regularly. Also, the yarn that I used for this pattern is a little thinner than worsted weight yarn.

  • :). I am glad that everything worked out :)

  • I just looked at the pattern again, the stitch pattern is a multiple of 6. You can try the pattern as is, the stitch repeat works perfectly with the 84 pegs; it may end up a little smaller than the slouchy version I have on the blog. It may end up a little snug.

  • How do you get your cast on so tight? Mine is always loose. Thanks!

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yUxTMi2Fv0 Try this tip! It is what I use to tighten up my cast ons.

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Mar 21, 2014

Pom Pom Striped Hat

Striped Hat Nyah

A crazy funky hat to bring some pizzaz in to your day. Simple stockinette and giant pom pom at the top make this hat a hit with any kiddo out there.

Materials

Knitting loom: All-n-One Knitting Loom

Yarn:  About 150 yards of worsted weight yarn. Vickie Howell Sheep(ish) in Magenta and Chartreuse was used in sample (1 skein of each color).

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle.

Gauge: 10 sts x 17 rows= 2″

Abbreviations

k=knit stitch

p=purl stitch

sts=stitches

Rnd(s)=round

MC=Main color–magenta

CC=Contrasting color–chartreuse

INSTRUCTIONSPom Pom Striped Hat Back 2

Using MC, cast on 80 sts, join to work in the round.

*Rnd 1-Rnd 8: *k2, p2; rep from * to end of rnd. Cut MC leaving a 6 inch yarn tail. Join CC, leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.

Rnd 9: p to the end of rnd.

Rnd 10-Rnd 17: k to the end of rnd.

Rnd 18: p to the end of rnd. Cut CC, leaving a 6 inch yarn tail. Join MC, leaving a 6 inch yarn tail.

Rep from Rnd 9 to Rnd 18, using MC.*

Rep from * to *: 2 more times.

Remove with gather bind off method.

Weave ends in. Block lightly.

Pom Pom

Cut two cardboard circles about 5 inches in diameter. Using both yarns, wrap the yarn around the cardboard. You want a big and fluffy pom pom, so wrap about 200 times around the cardboard. Here is a quick video that I created a few years ago on creating pom poms.

Assembly

Attach pom pom to the top of the hat. Voila!!! It is done!

 

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Mar 14, 2014

Downtowner Hat & Scarf Set

Downtowner Hat and Scarf

Trending colors with sparkly sequins will have you looking great this season and keep you warm as well.  Just a little bit floppy shape to our big hat but the most basic and simple knitting techniques are needed.  Nice wide scarf will add the sparkle all around your face, but scrunch up thin for classic look. Looks great with basic black!  Hat is knit in (2) pieces and sewn together. You will love this pretty set.

Knitting Loom:  All-n-One Loom set up for double knit with 1cm spacing for hat, 2cm spacing for scarf.

Stitches:  Stockinette and Rib

Yarn:  Premier Deborah Norville Jeweltones #2 yarn, 57% acrylic, 40% wool, 3% sequins was used.  Hand wash and lay flat to dry.  99 yds per skein, 5 skeins for both scarf and hat.  Color used-GEODE

Notions:  knit hook, darning needle, crochet hook size 4 or 5mm

Gauge:  Hat–6 sts and 10 rows =2 inches in stockinette.  Scarf–not important

Size:  Hat fits average adult size.  Scarf is 10 X 68 inches

INSTRUCTIONS

SCARF

Set up loom with spacers at 2cm spacing in double knit.

Cast on 24 stitches in stockinette.  Lay anchor yarn over first row of weaving.

Work in stockinette stitch until scarf is desired length.  For our sample, this was aprox 132 rows.  When you need to add a new skein of yarn, tie on between the rows of pegs, very securely with 2” tails.  Lay the yarn tails between the boards.

Bind off of loom and at anchor yarn with 2 loop crochet method for stretchy edges.

Note:  when doing the hook-over for each row, be sure to work from left side of knit to center and then from right side to center.  Always vary the center point per row.  This will maintain even edges.

HAT

Hat is knit from crown to brim in 2 pieces and sewn with 2 seams.   After cast on, lay anchor yarn of thick strong yarn in similar color as it will stay in hat for closing in the crown.

Cast on 30 stitches in stockinette st.  Lay anchor yarn.  Work in stockinettes st for 30 rows.  Change to Rib stitch and work an additional 20 rows.  Bind off of loom.  (Knit 2 of this piece)

Finishing

Use invisible stitch to sew the side seams of (2) pieces together so that the anchor yarns are both at same end and you have a circular piece.  Tie anchor yarns together and gently pull thru the cast on sts so that both knitted pieces are on the same anchor yarn.  Pull anchor yarn so that the top of hat is closed.  Tie securely, trim yarn and pull yarn tails into inside of hat.  Trim excess anchor yarn tails.

The opposite end with rib stitch is your brim.  You will roll the brim under so that the hat is desired depth.  Sew the edge of brim in place with similar color yarn.  (no sequins).  The rib stitch will allow the brim to flare out and create a classy effect.  Tuck in any yarn tails remaining.  Your sparkly hat and scarf are ready to wear and wrap you in classy comfort.

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  • I’m going to try these out. Just started loom knitting and looking for patterns to learn more.

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