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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Hat to Match Cowl Scarf - Knit

Good morning,

This project went quickly and I am very happy with the results.  These sets of cowl scarf (yesterday's post) and hat (my pattern below) for my twin granddaughters worked up very quickly.  The yarn is very soft Bernat Germantown (#4) so should be very comfy to wear.

See below for the pattern.

Very best,
Lois

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Hat to Match Cowl Scarf - Knit
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Hat to match yesterday's cowl scarf:

10 1/2 dp, 1 set each 24" circular and dp needles

cast on 80 st., work in round being careful not to twist

k2, p2 for 3" (~15 rounds)

Next: *k5 rounds, p1 round, k1 round, p1 round. Repeat from * for a total of 5 times.

Decrease for crown:

knit one round

Next round, k3, k2 tog around

knit one round

Next round k2, k2 tog around

knit one round

Cut yarn 18" from work, thread into yarn needle, thread yarn through remaining stitches, pull tight, make a few stitches to hold in place.

Make a pom pom and sew in place.

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3 comments:

Happy Days said...

love the colour!They'll be awful cute in these! Better make one for their mom too! She'll want one as soon as she sees them! ...debbie

Diana said...

This is very pretty Lois. I don't knit but I do admire your work!
Love Di ♥

Lois Evensen said...

Good morning,

Yes, these turned out very well. I have a feeling there will be more of them to come, probably with a few changes. I always manage to change patterns that I haven't designed myself. ;)

Thank you so much, ladies, for stopping by.

Very best,
Lois