Patterns


 

Soot Hat

Materials: 

1 skein Lichen and Lace 80/20 Bulky Yarn ( 100 grams, 76 yards)

10mm 16” circular needle or double pointed needles

Gauge: 12 stitches and 16 rows over 4" in knit purl diamond pattern

Method:

cast on 44 stitches, join in the round and place marker.

K1P1 rib for 2 inches

Row 1: *P1, K3*, repeat to end

Row 2: *K1, P1*, repeat to end

Row 3: K2, *P1,K3*, repeat to last two stitches, P1, K1

Row 4: *K1, P1*, repeat to end

Repeat rows 1-4 until hat measures 8” from cast on, ending after a Row 1

Decrease Round 1: K1, P2tog, *K2, P2tog* repeat to last stitch, K1

Decrease Round 2: K2, P2tog, *K1, P2tog* repeat, end with K1, slip last stitch to RH needle, remove marker, slip 1st stitch on RH needle back to LH needle, P2tog, place marker back on RH needle (beginning of round has shifted to the left by one stitch)

Decrease Round 3: *P2tog, K1* repeat to last stitch, P1

Decrease Round 4: *P3tog*, repeat to end

Draw yarn through remaining 5 stitches to cinch close, fasten off and weave in ends.

 

 


Penelope's Pumpkin Hat

This cute pumpkin hat pattern knits up quickly in one evening.  Complete with stem and tendrils, it is the
perfect punctuation to any autumnal outfit!

Materials:
approximately 84 yds of Lichen and Lace 4ply Superwash Worsted in Pumpkin (coming soon!)
approximately 10 yds of Lichen and Lace 4ply Superwash Worsted in Evergreen

5mm (size 8) 16” circular needle
5mm (size 8) set of double pointed needles

gauge: 4.5 stitches= 1”

3 sizes: baby, (toddler,  child)

Method:
1.Using the circular needle, cast on 56 (64, 72)
stitches and join in the round.
2.Knit in the round until peice measures 1”.
3.Now we will begin to purl the 1st and every 8th
stitch to create the ridges of the pumpkin:
purl, *purl 1, knit 7, repeat from * to end of round
on this round and all subsequent rounds.
4.Continue in this manner until peice measures 5”(6”,
7”) from beginning.
5. Begin decreasing:

1st decrease round: *Work 6, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges
Next round Knit and purl as usual
2nd decrease round: *Work 5, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges
Next round Knit and purl as usual
2nd decrease round: *Work 4, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges
Next round Knit and purl as usual
2nd decrease round: * Work 3, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges
Next round Knit and purl as usual
2nd decrease round: *Work 2, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges
Next round Knit and purl as usual
2nd decrease round: *Purl 1, Knit 2 together, repeat
from * to end, maintaining purl ridges

6.Attach green yarn.  *Knit 2 together, repeat from
*to end (no more purl stitches)
7.Repeat last row, so that you now have 4 stitches
total.
8.Work  4 stitch i-cord for 2 inches for pumpkin stem.
at end of 2 “, knit 2 together twice and then knit the
last two stitches together, so that one stitch
remains.  cut yarn ond fasten off.
9. Adding the tendrils:  the crochet method is
perferred:

Crochet method: using a crochet hook, pick up one
stitch at base of stem with green yarn.  chain 11
stitches.  single crochet 2 times into 2nd chain from
hook.  *single crochet 2 times in next stitch, repeat
from * to end, and fasten off.  Make two tendrils in
this fashion.

Knitted method: using green yarn, pick up one stitch
at base of stem.  Using backward loop method, loosely
cast on ten stitches.  Knit through the front and
back, and then the front again of each stitch, this
increases each stitch twice, for a total of 30
stitches.  Bind off loosley purlwise, and trist tendil
around your finger to form.  Make two tendrils in this
fashion.

Weave in all ends.  you’re done!

pattern designed by Megan Ingman - all rights reserved - this pattern was originally published in The 2007 Stitch 'n Bitch Page-a-Day Calendar

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