Hipknitized on YouTube

Loading...

Arts Market Toronto

Arts Market Toronto
My items are available at the Arts Market!

Grab My Button

 photo 7db705ed-ab12-4c53-9fd5-527da31f6d3f_zps5dde1587.jpg

Copyright

2009-2014
Patterns are for personal use only!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

New Free Pattern: Eyelet Slouch Hat (Revised)

   Summer is coming to an end, the nights are getting cooler and fall is in the air.  It will soon be time to get out your fall clothes and outer wear, this is one of my favourite most popular patterns and it great to throw on when those cool crisp fall days arrive.  I have decided to revise the previous pattern that I had designed in the past.  I have made minor adjustments and made it a more user friendly in the process.  Hope you all like it!







One size fits most
US size 4 circular needles and dpns


Cast on 86 sts
Place marker and join to knit in the round.

knit one purl one until brim measures 2" in length.

Round 1-3 Knit all sts
Round 4 (K2tog, yo) repeat to end.

Continue repeating rounds 1 through 4 until your hat measures approx. 8" in length, ending with round 4.

Decreases:

Round 1:
k2tog, k9 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k7. (78sts)

Round 2:
Knit all sts.

Round 3:
k2tog, k8 repeat.  last row k2tog, k6.

Round 4:
k2tog, yo repeat till end.

Round 5:
k2tog, k7 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k5.

Round 6:
Knit all sts.

Round 7:
k2tog, knit 6 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k4.

Round 8:
k2tog, yo repeat till end.

Round 9:
k2tog, k5 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k3.

Round 10:
Knit all sts.

Round 11:
k2tog, k4 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k2.

Round 12:
k2tog, yo repeat till end.

Round 13:
k2tog, k3 repeat.  Last row k2tog, k1.

Round 14:
Knit all sts.

Round 15:
k2tog, k2 repeat till end.  Last row k2tog.

Round 16:
k2 tog, yo repeat till end.

Round 17:
k2 tog, k1 repeat.  Last row k2tog.

Round 18:
Knit all sts.

Round 19:
Knit 2 together repeat till end.

Cut yarn and pull through remaining stitches, weave in all ends.

You can add a flower clip like I did in the above photo if you would like or leave it plain, either way this is a great fashionable hat!

Enjoy!




7 comments:

  1. I loove this! I think I found my next project!! Thank you so much for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have made this hat a bunch of times and tried different weight and content of yarns. I think my fave was the Caron's country spa. It's a little heavier so it gives a nice drape.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thanks for pattern, my grand-daughter needs a new one and I will knit it and publish result!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Is this dk or chunky please ?!

    ReplyDelete
  5. what does dk stand for? I'm too new at this to understand

    ReplyDelete
  6. I just finished one for my daughter and I used a fisherman's sweater yarn. Came out wonderful! Thank you.

    ReplyDelete