Showing posts with label stranded knitting hat pattern. Show all posts
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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Hubbub Hat

A Free Knitting Pattern


If you follow along on my Instagram account you will know that I have started learning how to make stranded work. I have really had a lot of learning this new skill. Since I also crochet it has been fairly easy for me to figure out how to use both of my hands at the same time, and I'm getting pretty quick at it.

This pattern design was a quick idea that I charted out with Stitch Fiddle. I wanted a pattern to try that wouldn't have a lot of yarn floats in it. Floats were giving me trouble and they were slowing me down. This design was an answer for that.

In the pattern below it is the written out pattern. I have the PDF pattern for sale in my Shop. The PDF has the written instructions and the chart for the complete hat.

For the yarn I used Lion Brand Mandala yarn in the color troll. The colors were so fun and vibrant. They were already in a cake so all the colors were already picked for me for no fuss. For this hat I chose the color on the outside  and the color on the inside. You can do what you want. With one cake I was able to knit three adult hats. That's a pretty great deal!




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Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Lion brand Mandala Yarn 100% acrylic size 3 light, 590 yds/ 540m, 5.3 oz/ 150 g

Needles: #5 3.75 (start with a 16 inch circular needle then switch to dpnl set for crown.

Notions: Yarn needle to weave in your ends, stitch marker to mark the start of a round

Gauge: 22 sts x 30 rows = 4 in/ 10 cm

Size: Made to fit most adult heads

Stitches used: k (knit), p (purl), sl st (slip stitch), k2tog (knit two stitches together, psso (pass slipped stitch over st made), pm (place marker)

Notes:
  • Letters A and B are labeled as the 2 colors needed.

Copyright: Julia Schwartz.
Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact me through e-mail.


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This is a free pattern. Keep scrolling down to see this pattern. If you would like to purchase a pattern that is ads free and printer friendly for $3.00 you can through my Ravelry Store.
As stated above with the purchase of this pattern you get the written out pattern and chart to complete this hat.

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Pattern Instructions


To start separate the colors and form them into bobbins. You will need to pick 2 to 3 colors to work with.
Cast on in multiples of 18 (for mandela yarn cast on 126 with the first color of your choice)


Row 1-9: Pm, kA, Purl, (pictures shows a 2x2 ribbing, for this you would have to add 2 sts to your cast on, and then decrease those stitches on row 10)

Row 10: kA

Row 11: {kB, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, kB} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 12: {(kB) x 2, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 4, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 13: {kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 14: {(kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 4, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 15: {kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 16: {(kB) x 2, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 4, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 17: {kB, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, kB} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 18: {kB, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, kB} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 19: {(kB) x 2, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 4, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 20: {kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 21: {(kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 4, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 22: {kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 23: {(kB) x 2, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 4, kA, kB, kA, kB, kA, (kB) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 24: {kB, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, kB, (kA) x 3, kB} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Repeat rows 11-24 for 1 repeat

Repeat rows 11-17 1 time

Crown decrease  (switch to double point needles)


Row 25: {(kB) x 2, (kA) x 5, (kB) x 4, (kA) x 5, (kB) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 26: {kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 3, (kB) x 2, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 27: {(kA) x 2, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 4, (kB) x 2, kA, (kB) x 2, (kA) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 28: {(kA) x 3, (kB) x 3, (kA) x 6, (kB) x 3, (kA) x 3} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 29: {(kA) x 3, ss, k2tog, psso, (kA) x 6, ss, k2tog, psso no stitch, (kA) x 3 } Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 30: kA

Row 31: {(kA) x 2, ss, k2tog, psso, (kA) x 4, ss, k2tog, psso, (kA) x 2} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 32: kA

Row 33: {kA, ss, k2tog, psso, (kA) x 2, ss, k2tog, psso, kA} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 34: kA

Row 35: {ss, k2tog, psso} Repeat {to} 6 xs

Row 36: kA

Finish off by stitching through the loops left on the needles and pull tight.

Weave in your ends.

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