Jordyn’s Slouchy Hat

Jordyns Slouchy Hat

Loving the latest nonchalant style in hats, a soft slouchy look that provides you with a sense of softness and youthfulness. Jordyn’s Slouchy Hat is named after my beautiful model who provides the hat with the perfect attributes.

Pattern InformationJordyns Slouchy Hat 2
Knitting Loom: All-n-One Knitting loom, using 102 pegs.

Yarn: 160 yards of main color in worsted weight yarn. About 20 yards of 6 different color worsted weight yarn (20 yards of each). Knit Picks Swish Worsted in Wonderland Heather was used for main color. Knit Picks City Tweed Aran in Lemon Curd, Tahitian Pearl, Jacquard, Cobalt, Orca and Obsidian were used for contrasting colors.

Notions: knitting tool, measuring tape

Gauge: 20 sts x 24 rows=4 inches. Row gauge is not important as you can knit more rows. Stitches per inch is of importance.

Abbreviations

K=knit stitch
P=purl stitch
Cont=Continue
CF2=Cable involving 2 stitches; cable leans to the left.
How to: Skip peg 1 with yarn towards the back of the peg. Knit peg 2. Place stitch from peg 2 on cable needle (or simply hold it with your fingers. Take yarn to the front of peg 1. Knit peg 1. Place stitch from peg 1 on peg 2. Place stitch that you are holding on the empty peg 1.

A=Swish Worsted in Wonderland
B=City Tweed Aran in Cobalt
C= City Tweed Aran in Orca
D= City Tweed Aran in Jacquard
E= City Tweed Aran in Tahitian Pearl
F= City Tweed Aran in Lemon Curd
G= City Tweed Aran in Obsidian

Pattern notes: Hat is worked in the flat for the brim and then in the round for the body of the hat. Tassels are worked separately and added after hat is complete. When you have to pick up A to continue working with it, simply carry the yarn up, behind the work. (See photo)

INSTRUCTIONS

Cast on should go from Right to Left direction.
Using A, cast on 102 sts with the yarn over cast on, prepare to work a flat panel.
Row 1: *k2, p2; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.

Row 2: As row 1.

Row 3: *CF2, p2; rep from * to last 2 sts, CF2

Row 4: As row 1

Rep Rows 3 and 4: 7 more times.

Next 5 rows: k to the end of row.

Join B, do not cut A.

From this point on, work in the round.

Next round: with B, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with B, purl to the end of round.

Cut B, cont with A.

Next 5 rounds: with A, k to the end of roundJordyns Slouchy Hat 3
Join C, do not cut A.
Next round: with C, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with C, purl to the end of round.

Cut C, cont with A.

Next 5 rounds: with A, k to the end of round
Join D, do not cut A.
Next round: with D, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with D, purl to the end of round.

Cut D, cont with A.

Next 5 rounds: with A, k to the end of round
Join E, do not cut A.
Next round: with E, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with E, purl to the end of round.

Cut E, cont with A.

Next 5 rounds: with A, k to the end of round
Join F, do not cut A.
Next round: with F, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with F, purl to the end of round.

Cut F, cont with A.

Next 5 rounds: with A, k to the end of round
Join F, do not cut A.
Next round: with G, knit to the end of the round.
Next 4 rounds: with G, purl to the end of round.

Cut G, cont with A.

Next 8 rounds: with A, k to the end of round
Bind off with gather removal method.
Steam block.

Tassels
(Make 2)
Cut 12 lengths of yarn (choose the colors you like the most), about 40 inches long each piece. Hold them all together at mid length (about 20 inches)
Using a crochet hook, pass the crochet hook through one of the stitches at the sides of the hat. Make a slip knot with the tassel so the knot ends up as close to the brim of the hat as possible. You should have 24 strands of yarn.
Divide the yarn strands into three groups of 8. Make a braid with the three groups of 8. Once the braid reaches desired length finish the braid with a slip knot. Clip the remainder of the yarn strands to an even length, leaving about 1 inch of length at the end of the knot.
Repeat for the tassel.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Jordyn’s Slouchy Hat

  1. Love this hat!! What knit stitch is used? Is it the traditional knit stitch, U stitch or flat?

    My preference is the U stitch but I want to be sure I am doing the right thing. 🙂

    Thank you!

  2. Can you tell me where I can get a pattern for a women’s pullover sweater for the 28″ Knitting Board? I’m just looking for a plain sweater for my first try. I haven’t been able to find a pattern and I don’t know enough about knitting with needles to try to convert a conventional pattern. What would you say is the equivalent size knitting needle and the average gauge for the 28″ loom using a plain knit stitch or garter stitch? That might help me in picking a pattern to convert for the loom.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

  3. I love this hat…I only know how to crochet…I would like to know if you happen to know where I can get this pattern in crochet? If not would you happen to have any ideas how I can accomplish this hat by crocheting. thank you

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