Pattern is also on Ravelry 🙂
Size 7 circular needle and/or size 5 DPNs
Gauge: 16 sts/4″
Cast on 85, Join to work in the round with circular needle or DPNs.
5. K1, *(K2TOG) 2 TIMES, (YO,K1) 3 TIMES, YO, (SSK) 2 TIMES, K1, REPEAT FROM *
6. KNIT – AND EVER EVEN ROW KNIT
7. SAME AS ROW 5
9. SAME AS ROW 5
11. SAME AS ROW 5
REPEAT ROWS 1-12 3 TIMES OR UNTIL HAT REACHES TOP OF HEAD.
Should have 85 sts on needles.
Knit 1 row, increasing 3 sts evenly around row.
K8, K2TOG Repeat all around
K7, K2TOG Repeat all around
K6, K2TOG repeat all around
K5, K2TOG repeat all around
K4, K2TOG repeat all around
K3, K2TOG repeat all around
K2, K2TOG repeat all around
K1, K2TOG repeat all around
K2TOG repeat all around
break yarn thread through loops, pull tight.
weave in ends.
This is what I’m working on. What do you have on your needles?
In a previous blog post I shared a picture of the first thing I made, which was a shawl for my mother. Here is the link for that pattern: Garter and Lace Wrap
My next project was a scarf for my Dad, modeled by my daughter below:
I found this pattern in a short book I bought at Walmart called Knitting Made Easy. It is a great pattern for beginners.
You can also find the pattern here On The Double Scarf
The pattern calls for size US 13, but you can use any size needle you have, with any yarn you want of course – but that will change the size of the scarf. If you use small needle with thin yarn (fingering for example) you will need to cast on more stitches. If you use a bigger needle, with thick yarn, like “bulky” then you cast on fewer stitches. If you are a beginner, I suggest sticking with what the pattern calls for until you get the hang of it 🙂
You will need to know how to cast on, knit, purl, and cast off.