Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Big Bow Hat


Needles: US7
Yarn: Paton's Classic Wool Worsted
Size: newborn

CO 52.
K2, P2 for 8 rows.
K for 6 rows.
Change colors.
K for 8 rows.
Change colors.
K for 2 rows.

Begin decreases as follows:
K11, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K10, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K9, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K8, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K7, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K6, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K5, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K4, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K3, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K2, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K1, K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
K2tog; repeat to end of the round.
Cut tail and thread through remaining stitches.

For bow:
CO 15.
Knit for about 8” or so.
Bind off and sew CO to BO wrap tails around middle to form bow.

P.S. I don't mind if you make this hat to sell or give to family/friends, but please just be sure to link back and give credit to where credit is due. Thanks!

3 comments:

Frankie said...

This hat is so cute! I'm going to make one for my brand new granddaughter today. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

Hello gorgeous said...

I just made one for my soon-to-be-born granddaughter. I'm not sure she'll be small enough to wear it though. I'll just donate it to a NICU if it comes to that. Really cute. I wish I knew how to post a pic of it. Thanks for the pattern.

Aryssa said...

ive used your diaper cover pattern which was farely simple but bc i am a beginner i am having a hard time figuring out what you mean by K CO and P rather than SC DC etc