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Work back and forth: Row 1: k3 Row 2: p3 Row 3: k into front and back of first st, k1, k into front and back of last st - 5 sts Row 4: k into front and back of first st, p1, k1, p1, k into front and back of last st - 7 sts Row 5: k into front and back of first st, (k1, p1) twice, k1, k into front and back of last st - 9 sts Cont in pattern as est, keeping to Seed Stitch pattern (knit the purls and purl the knits as they face you), until you have 23 sts. Work 4 rows even in Seed Stitch. Next Row: p1, ssk, work seed st to last 3 sts, k2tog, p1 - 21 sts Next Row: Work even in Seed St. Rep last 2 rows once more. Cut yarn. Place rem 19 sts on holder. Make another ear flap. Do not cut yarn and leave sts on needle. Join Flaps And Begin Hat With circular needles, work Seed St over 19 sts on needle. Using the Cable Cast On, CO 35 sts (for front of hat). Work Seed St over 19 sts on holder. Using the Cable Cast On, CO 23 sts (for back of hat) - 96 sts Join and mark beg of round. Work Seed St 5 rnds. Work St st until hat measures 4" from CO edge. Decrease Crown Change to double points when sts no longer fit on circulars. Rnd 1: *K6, k2tog; rep from * around - 84 sts Rnd 2: K Rnd 3: *K5, k2tog; rep from * around - 72 sts Rnd 4: K Rnd 5: *K4, k2tog; rep from * around - 60 sts Rnd 6: K Rnd 7: *K3, k2tog; rep from * around - 48 sts Rnd 8: K Rnd 9: *K2, k2tog; rep from * around - 36 sts Rnd 10: K Rnd 11: *K1, k2tog; rep from * around - 24 sts Rnd 12: K Rnd 13: *K2tog around - 12 sts Rnd 14: K Rnd 15: *K2tog around - 6 sts Cut yarn, leaving a tail. Thread tail through tapestry needle and through rem 6 sts and remove from needle. Pull tightly to close top of hat. Weave in ends on WS.
rib across 10 sts on 2nd holder.75 mm (US #5) long dpns or short circular. work back and forth in rows in stocking stitch until entire piece from beginning measures 9". Next row: Purl 50. Turn. Turn 3rd row: K19.Sl 1. ending with a Purl row. Work 3" in K1. psso. worsted weight Needles: 3.Yarn: 100 gr. pick up and knit 26 sts along other side of face opening. Cut yarn. K1. P2tog.P1 ribbing. Work 9 rnds of k1. Face ribbing: With right side of work facing and using circular needle long enough to fit around face opening. Put remaining 10 sts on holder. but it will easily fit about a 3-6. psso. pick up and knit 26 sts along side of face edge. rib across 10 sts on first holder. knit across 20 sts. Next row: Rib 10. Cast on 70sts. and a longer circular. 2 safety pins or stitch holders. Cast off loosely in ribbing. Put remaining 10 sts on another holder. K1. Short row Head shaping: 1st row: K34. Join. and place marker for beginning of round. Knit 50. Turn Repeat row 2 and 3 until all 20 sts are on one needle. Working on centre 50 sts. ending with 2nd row. Size: this fits my 5yo. Join. Sl 1. Turn 2nd row: P19. Turn. . p1 ribbing.
cast on 72 (80) sts. K2 tog. K2 tog. 2nd Dec Row: K5 (6). Repeat this dec row every 4th row . HELMET: Starting at lower edge of back with No. 1st Dec Row: K5 (6). MATERIALS: SPINNERIN Moth-Proofed WHIRL-KNIT 3 2-oz. *K10 (11). 6 and 10 1 Bone Crochet Hook No.http://www. K2 tog. Knit 4 rows. *K9 (10).htm No. Change to stockinette st and work 2 rows. 6 GAUGE: 3½ sts = 1 in. PATTERN: Ribbing of K2. 11 rows = 2 ins Important: Accurate gauge is absolutely essential. Work 3 rows.teachchildrenesl. K2 tog. repeat from * 4 times. P2 and Stockinette St. repeat from * ending with K4 (6). Skeins 1 Pr each of Knitting Needles Nos. K5 (7). 2918 Helmet and Mittens for Girl or Boy SIZES: 4 (6) yrs. 10 needles.com/flashcards.
for each color used Note:.twice (48 (56) sts). always having 1 st less between dec on every dec row. K2 tog. K2 tog across next knit row. Change to No. 10 needles and stockinette st and work 2 (3) ins or required length to Face Opening: Starting with a knit row K17 (20). st.the example images show two colors . Break off and slip these sts to end of needle. K6 (5) (6 sts dec in row). 4. repeat from * 4 times. *K2 tog. 5 sts and 7 rows = 1 inch Body of the Hat: . Attach yarn to other side and starting with a purl row. Break off yarn leaving a 12in end. Cast on 14 (16) sts at end of needle.25mm Straight Needles 1 Skein Lion Wool or comparable worsted weight yarn. Shape Crown: K5 (4). Work even until desired length to Neck Ribbing: Change to No. ending with a purl row. ending with a knit row. work to correspond. With same yarn. Small crochet hook Yarn needle (optional .if you make the hat a solid color you will only need 1 skein of that color. Draw end through remaining 9 (10) sts and fasten tightly. Repeat this dec every knit row 4 (5) times more 18 (20) sts. 6 needles and work in ribbing of K2. bind off next 14 (16) sts. K5 (7).for weaving in loose ends) Gauge: When working in St. ending with a purl row. K17 (20). On right side. then knit across the last 17 (20) sts. seam back of helmet. work 1 row of SC around face opening. P2 for 1½ ins. Work back and forth on last 17 (20) sts for 12 (14) rows. Items you'll need: • • • • Size 6 (US). Work even on 48 (56) sts until 1½ (2) ins above face opening.
you can add or subtract rows here before you begin decreasing. k2tog)* Purl (k3. st. k2tog)* Purl (k5. k2tog)* Purl (k4. k2tog)* Purl (k7. k2tog)* Repeat 7 times to end Next Purl (k9. st. securing in first loop. k2tog)* Purl (k8. p2) * Repeat to end Optional: Attach a different color to being new stripe k27 rows in St. If you used multiple colors. k2tog)* Purl (k2. Weave in any remaining ends. and pull through remaining stiches. k2tog)* Purl (k6. ending with a purled row Note: If you want your hat to be longer or shorter. Optional: Attach another color for final stripe k13 rows in St. Decrease: (k10. k2tog)* Purl (k1. . k2tog)* Purl (k2tog)* Finishing: Cut the yarn. Use the remaining tail to join the sides together. use the tails from the color change to join that color's section together. leaving a long tail.Cast on 84 k 8 rows in rib knit (k2.
Size: Scarf: Width: 9 1/2" [24 cm] Length: 49" [125 cm] Pattern: Scarf: Cast on 39 sts.5 cm] lengths of yarn. Hat.5 cm].S.Fasten off. Knit. 8) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge.Materials: • • Yarn: Bernat Denimstyle (3. Gauge: 18 sts and 24 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stocking st. . 1st row: (RS). Scarf. *K1. Finishing: Cut 8" [20. P1. 2nd row: P1. Taking 3 strands tog. Rep from * to end. 1 ball.5 oz/ 100 g) or yarn of choice. Rep these 2 rows until work from beg measures 49" [124. knot into fringe across ends of scarf. 2 balls Hook: Size 5 mm (U.
Shape top: 1st row: *K2tog. Rep from * to last 2 sts. reversing seam half way for turn back. K2 across line. 7th row: *K2tog. Sew center back seam. P2. K2. 39 sts. Rep last 2 rows once more then 2nd row once. but may not copy it to your web site. 3rd row: K1. Feel free to run off copies for your charity crafting groups. ending with P2. Rep from * to end of row. K1. Related Projects You may provide a direct link to this pattern. 2nd row: *P1. P2tog. P1. 20 sts. *P2. 9th row: (K2tog) 10 times.Hat: Cast on 78 sts. Draw end through rem sts and fasten securely. this will make the hat a bit larger) Cast on 60 sts (70) (80) Row 1: K2. Break yarn leaving a long end. *P1. Row 7: Knit across Row 8: Purl across . Rep last 2 rows until work from beg measures 11 ins [28 cm] ending on a 2nd row.6: Repeat Row 1. Rep from * to end of row. K1. Row 2 . Rep from * to last st. P2. Rep from * to last st. K1. 2nd row: *P2. 1st row: (RS). K2. Rep from *to last 2 sts. Child sized 3-9 years (10-13) (teen-adult size) Size 10 (6 mm) (size 4 UK) knitting needles 2 oz of bright colored Worsted Weight/10 ply UK yarn (Use 2 strands of yarn held together to make this extra cozy. 8th row: Purl. MATERIALS: You can adjust the pattern to fit whatever size head you want. 10 sts. K2. K2tog.
and with ten cables fits a small child (head about 16") in worsted weight it will fit a larger child (18"). p2) around. These instructions give decreases as shown in the turquoise/navy cap. Rnd 6: work like rnd 1. k1. k3. For an adult-sized head (20-22") you'll need to use 12 repeats or a bulkier yarn. knit. hold 3 stitches on cable needle to the front of the work.K2 together across the row. Cut a 14" tail of yarn. thread a yarn needle with it. Next row: Purl Next row: K2 together across Last row: Purl across. Instructions: Cast on 80 stitches (100 sts for larger size) and join into a circle. p2) around. The red cap is shown in a sport weight yarn. slip 2 stitches as if to knit. Add a Pom Pom to the top. Cable Pattern: Rnds 1-4: (p2. place left needle tip through these two stitches and knit them together. Start Decrease 1st decrease row. Basic Cabled Cap Revised 6 March 2003 This cap is worked in the round on double-pointed needles. but easier to work. or the number of cable repeats. Also note: the photo of the red cap is from an earlier version of the pattern. . in the next round increase by 20 stitches (to 100 for small size and 120 for larger size) by adding a backward loop after every 4th or 5th stitch. k the three sts from the cable needle. It is equivalent to sl 1. slip. psso. Note: "ssk" means slip. That is. ending with a purl row. Instructions are given for both sizes. Still working the ribbing pattern. k6. Carefully pull the last row of knitting from the needle and thread the needle through every stitch. Pull tightly then whip stitch the seam shut. It can be made in different sizes by varying the yarn and needle size. being careful not to twist stitches. Work in K1P1 rib for one inch.Repeat these 2 rows until hat is 8" (9 1/2") (10") from start. Rnd 5 (Cable left): (p2.
I ran out of the turquoise yarn and had to finish in navy. As you work. p1) around. p1) around. and continue in pattern through the next Rnd 1. • Tapestry Needle Sizing: • Preschooler (3 & 4 years old) Abbreviations: • • • • • • • CO: Cast On PM: Place Marker RPT: Repeat K2tog: Knit two together MC: Main color CC: Contrasting color St st: Stockinette stitch Instructions for knitting hat in the round: CO 44 sts with MC . break off yarn and pull through the remaining stitches (20 or 24). p1) around. k2tog. ssk. hold 3 sts to front. on the held stitches. k1. drawing tight. thus: (p1. p1) around. depending on size desired. Work two rounds of: (p1. Decrease round: (p1. Sew a pompom or other ornament at the top. k2. k4. k4. ssk. p2tog) ten times. Last rnd: (k1. Next round. hold 2 sts to front. Knit 3 rnds of: (p1. p1) around. Decrease rnd: (ssk. as you'll be knitting them together on the next round. Top decreases: [Sorry. decrease 2 sts within each cable: (p1. ssk. adjust so that all of each knit rib and purl rib are on the same needle. p1) around. k1. Work one rnd: (p1. p1) around.Repeat these 6 rounds until the cap has a total length of 5 to 7 inches. k2tog. P the first stitch of the round onto the last needle. k2 tog. work a decrease each side of each cable.k6.] On what would be round 2. on the held sts.
Thread through remaining stitches and pull tightly. K2tog to end of round Round 4: Knit Round 5: K2tog to end of round Using tapestry needle. P2 to end of round Repeat 5 more times. K2tog to end of round. Continuing to work in MC. Instructions for knitting hat flat: CO 44 sts with MC Round 1: K2. break yarn leaving a long tail. P2 to end of round Repeat 5 more times. work in st st for 6 rows Switch to CC and work 2 rows st st Work MC for 2 rows in st st Work CC for 2 rows in st st . Round 2: Knit Round 3: K1. Weave in ends. Add a large pom pom if desired. work in st st for 6 rounds (knit every round) Switch to CC for 2 rounds in st st Work MC for 2 rounds in st st Work CC for 2 rounds in st st Work MC for 6 more rounds in st st Decrease: (Switch to DPNs when needed and work entire decrease portion with MC) Round 1: K2. Continuing to work in MC.PM Join in the round being careful not to twist Round 1: K2.
K2tog to end of round. K2tog to end of round Round 4: Purl Round 5: K2tog to end of round Using tapestry needle. please link to it. Round 2: Purl Round 3: K1. but do not copy the pattern to your own website or blog. Seam up the back and weave in ends.Work MC for 6 more rows in st st Decrease: (Switch to DPNs when needed and work entire decrease portion with MC) Round 1: K2. Thread through remaining stitches and pull tightly. Add a large pom pom if desired. © Jennifer Dickerson 2012 Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only. . break yarn leaving a long tail. If you enjoy the pattern.
Child] Shown in Toddler Finished Measurements Circumference: 14 [16. 8¼] inches . 18] inches (flat and unstretched). Depth: 6¾ [7¾.Infant [Toddler.
wrap and bring through.5 mm dpns or circular (if you wish to use magic loop technique) Do not hesitate to change needle size to obtain correct gauge. Different sizing is achieved by alterations in cable length as well as their number.Start by placing a slip knot on the left hand needle. The earflaps finish with i-cord strings and small pompoms. depending on the color of the yarn.Bluebell. Now insert the needle between the two stitches. At the top of the hat there is a 1½-2 inch pompom in the same colorway.Materials Cascade Yarns 220 Wool [100% wool.5 ounce/100 gram skein]. The hat is great for boys as well as girls.Neon Yellow. Transfer the newly created stitch onto the left hand needle. dpns or circular (if you wish to use magic loop technique) US #7/4. Special Abbreviation cn – cable needle . Notions cable needle stitch holder or waste yarn stitch marker tapestry needle pompom making tool Gauge After blocking: 24 sts and 28 rnds = 4 inches with larger needle in cable pattern 29 sts and 32 rnds = 4 inches with smaller needle in rib 20 sts and 28 rows = 4 inches with larger needle in St st Pattern Notes This is a cabled hat worked seamlessly in the round. 1 [1. 2] skein(s) Recommended needle sizes US #6/4 mm. #7828 . It can be made in two versions: one with nice earflaps with an upside-down small cable pattern or starting with 2x2 ribbing. 1 skein or #7816 . After completing ribbing the hat is worked in cables. All stitch decreases are made between the cables for neater look. Cable Cast-On . Knit on one stitch leaving 2 stitches now on the left hand needle. 220 yards/201 meters per 3.
k1. hold in front. pompoms. then k2 from cn c1 over 2 right – sl 1 to cn. then k4 from cn c4 over 4 left – sl 4 to cn. k2. k3. hold in front. then k3 from cn c3 over 4 left – sl 3 to cn. hold in front. . k2. k2. k3.make one purlwise. p2. k1. then k3 from cn c2 over 3 right – sl 2 to cn. m1p. hold in back. then k2 from cn c2 over 3 left – sl 2 to cn. Otherwise. hold in front. then knit into the back loop of the strand. hold in back. then purl into the back loop of the strand. Row 3: K1. with left needle lift running strand between stitches from front to back. icord. m1k. cast on 4 sts.Cable Chart Cable Key Pattern Stitches m1p . then k2 from cn c2 over 2 left – sl 2 to cn. Row 2: Purl across. go straight to instructions for the hat without earflaps. k4.make one knitwise. Earflaps Using larger needles. Row 5: K2. m1k . then k1 from cn c1 over 2 left – sl 1 to cn. then k1 from cn Left Twist – sl 1 to cn. Row 4: P2. hold in back. Row 1 (RS): Knit across. k4. Cable stitches c4 over 4 right – sl 4 to cn. hold in back. then k2 from cn c2 over 2 right – sl 2 to cn. cables. knitting on dpns. Hat With Earflaps Before staring earflaps make sure you know the cable pattern stitches. hold in back. p2. hold in front. k2. with left needle lift running strand between stitches from front to back. m1k. k3. m1p. k2: 8 sts. k4. p2. hold in front. then k3 from cn c3 over 3 left – sl 3 to cn. then k1 from cn Skills Required knitting in the round (possibly using magic loop technique). hold in front. k2. hold in back. then k3 from cn c3 over 3 right – sl 3 to cn. k4. k3. Instructions If you wish to make an ear-flapped version start with the instructions for earflaps. then k4 from cn c3 over 4 right – sl 3 to cn. k1: 6 sts. hold in back. then k1 from cn Right Twist – sl 1 to cn.
Row 16: P2. Sizes Toddler And Child Only Row 21: K2. For Size Infant Only Row 21: K2. k4. p3.Row 6: P2. p6. Cut yarn leaving a long tail to weave into the hat once attached. k2: 14 sts. m1p. k2. p3. p3. k3. p4. k2: 18 sts. k2. k3. Row 20: P2. p3. Row 19: K2. p2. k3. k4. k3. p2. p2. k8. p4. m1p. p2. k8. p2. k4. Slip sts to waste yarn or stitch holder and set aside. k4. k2: 16 sts. k2: 20 sts. Row 14: P2. p6. k8. m1p. k3. k2. Row 13: K2. p3. p3. Row 15: K2. k8. p4. c2 over 2 left. k4. Row 17: K2. Row 22: P2. p8. c1 over 2 left. m1p. k4. p4. p3. k6. p3. Row 10: P2. p6. k2: 12 sts. p2. m1p. Row 18: P2. k3. p2. p2. Row 23: K2. p8. p4. k2. m1p. . k6. p2. k3. p2. p8. m1p. Row 22: P2. k4. Row 8: P2. k4. k3. k2: 10 sts. m1p. p2. Row 24: P2. p2. m1p. p3. p3. p2. k3. p3. c2 over 2 right. Row 11: K2. Left Twist. p3. Row 7: K2. m1p. k3. c1 over 2 right. m1p. m1p. p8. Row 12: P2. Row 9: k2.
k2: 24 sts. p10. m1p. p12. c3 over 3 right. Row 30: P2. p4. m1p. p2. k2. k4. k2: 26 sts. k2: 22 sts. Slip sts to waste yarn or stitch holder and set aside. k10. k10. p5. p3. k4. Do not cut yarn after finishing the second one. p10. c3 over 4 right. p4. k5. k2. k4. p4. Row 30: P2. Row 34: P2. k5. p4. p2. m1p. k4. Slip sts to waste yarn or stitch holder and set aside. p4. Row 32: P2. p4. p5. p3. Cut yarn leaving a long tail to weave into the hat once attached. p2. For Size Child Only Row 29: K2. p2. . k4. k12. Row 36: P2. m1p. p12. k12. p4. k2. Make the second Earflap in the same way. For Size Toddler Only Row 29: K2. p12. Row 27: K2. Row 28: P2. Cut yarn leaving a long tail to weave into the hat once attached. k4. Row 31: K2. p14. k5. k2. Row 37: K2. k5. k10. p4. k4. k5. p10. Row 26: P2. p2. p2. k2. c2 over 3 right. k4. m1p. p4. p10. Row 33: K2. c2 over 3 left. c3 over 4 left. k5. Row 35: K2.Row 25: K2. k4. c3 over 3 left. m1p. p4. k4. p2. p4. Row 38: P2. p4. p2.
Rnds 9-15: P1. cast on 38 [46. Rnd 36: (P2tog tbl. 4]. (p2. k16) around to last st. cast on 88 [108. p2 ribbing for 1½ [2. Rnd 23: P3. p2tog tbl. c3over 4 left. c2 over 2 right. p2 ribbing for 1½ [2. p2. p2tog) around to last st. (p4. p3[4. k15. p2tog. Join for working in the round. (p2. p2. c3 over 4 right. Rnd 33: P2. 2nd] rnd of chart or written instructions. Hat Without Earflaps Using smaller needles. 124] sts. m1k. k16. p2tog tbl. Rnds 17-22: P2. c2 over 2 right. When you get to decreasing stitches. (p4. c2 over 3 left. p2. p2tog tbl. k2. c4 over 4 right. All Sizes Start working according to cable pattern. p1. k10. beginning with the 10th [5th. k10) around to last 2 sts. (p4. k8) around to last 2 sts. 2½] inches. p1. 11] sts. 4]. Infant [Child] Sizes Only Increase Rnd: P1. k14) around to last 2 sts. p1. Rnd 16: P2. p1. (p6. k12) around to last 3 sts. pm. p2tog. p3[4. using cable cast on method. cast on 7 [9. k10. Rnds 30 and 31: P3. p1. Rnd 8: P1. 50] sts. c3over 4 left) around to last 2 sts. Rnd 29: P2. k10. (p2. c2 over 3 right. k14. c3 over 3 left. p2tog) around to last st. Mark beginning of round with st marker. (p2. (p6. Rnd 34: P1. m1k. (p4. Rnd 35: P2. k8. k2. you might want to consider switching to dpns for more comfortable work. c3 over 3 right. c2 over 3 right. 14]. c4 over 4 left. k2. (p4. p2tog) around. 124] sts. p2tog tbl. c2 over 2 left. (p2. making sure not to twist the sts: 88 [108. Rnds 24-28: P3. k10. 14]. k16) 3  times. p3. c3 over 4 right. c4 over 4 right. c2 over 3 left. p3[4. p2tg tbl. ending last rnd at marker. p2. k2. 2½] inches Both Versions Change to larger needles. p3. k8) around to last st. p2tog. and join for working in the round making sure not to twist the sts.Join Earflaps To Hat Using smaller needles and working across second Earflap. p2. k8[10. c4 over 4 left) around to last st. p2tg tbl. p1: 90  sts. k12. 4]. Work in k2. (p2. k16) around to last st. (p6. p1. 11] sts. Work in k2. 4]. c2 over 2 left. Written Cable Pattern: Rnds 1-7: P1. Proceed to Both Versions. . Rnd 37: P1. c3 over 3 left) around to last 3 sts. k8[10. p2tog) around to last 2 sts. k16. k8. p2. with RS of first Earflap facing. p3. k15. c3 over 3 right. k10) around to last 3 sts. Rnd 32: P1. k8. p3[4. (p2. cast on 7 [9.
Use yarn and needle to thread all pompom strings into the top of the hat. Left Twist. p2tog) around. FINISHING I-Cord Strings Using smaller needles. k6) around to last st. Rnds 39 and 40: P1. p2tog) around. Weave in loose ends with tapestry needle. k4. Left Twist. repeat the instructions on all rows on RS and WS. This creates a round string. Rnd 45: Purl around. Add a pom-pom on the top after blocking. Work every row back and forth as follows: (K1. . c1 over 2 left. put thread behind piece) across. p1. p2tog) around. secure on inside of hat. (p2. When your string is long enough knit sts tog 2 by 2 at the same time when binding off. pick up 4 [or 6 sts for a thicker cord] along the tip of first earflap. c1 over 2 right. Right Twist. Pom-pom Using your preferred method. slip 1st as if to purl. Repeat for the second earflap. Weave in all yarn ends on the inside of the hat. Cut yarn. p2tog) around. (p2. if you wish. p1. Trim up and shape the pom-poms nicely.Rnd 38: (P2tog tbl. You may also block the hat to required head circumference. thread tapestry needle with end and weave end through remaining sts. Rnd 44: (P2tog tbl. make a 2-inch pompom for the top of the hat and 2 smaller pompoms for the ends of the i-cord strings. Rnds 42 and 43: P1. Rnd 41: (P2tog tbl. k4) around to last st. k6. Rnd 46: (P2tog tbl. put thread in front of piece. gathering tightly to close.
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