4.23.2011

Knitted Flat Slouchy Hat Pattern

I’m still tweaking my flat slouchy hat pattern. Here is the next in the series. This is a slouchy hat pattern, knitted flat. It is easy for a beginning knitter!
Super slouchy hat, pattern below….
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I originally started making this pattern when I didn’t have access to my circular needles. It was fast and fun.
With cuff turned up (below)
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Super Slouchy Knitted Flat Hat Pattern (bulky yarn)
Pattern:
Flat Slouchy Hat (SuperBulky Yarn)
Slouchy hat knitted flat and sewn together, suitable for beginning knitter
Yarn Used: Super Bulky Lion Brand Hometown USA, I used 1 and a third skeins which is about 110-120 yds of  super bulky yarn
Gauge: 13 stitches x 9 rows, 4x4 inches
Needles: US 13 or size to get gauge
Cast On: 42 Stitches
Ribbing:
Row 1: K1, P1, repeat to end
Row 2: Repeat row 1 until, your ribbing is as long as you desire, mine is approx. 5 inches long.
Body:
Row1: (Knit 3, Inc 1)* repeat until end of row (total 55 stitches) (see link here, for all types of increase examples and videos)  (for beginning knitters it may be easiest to increase by using the M1 or make 1 see link
Row 2: Purl all
Row 3: Knit all
Repeat rows 2 and 3 until it is approx 5 inches long, remember the body will be longer than this, we still have to do our decreases.
End with a wrong side row, (purl row)
Decrease rows:
row 1: Knit 3, K2tog* repeat until end,( K2tog video here)
row 2: and all even rows, Purl
row 3: Knit 2, K2tog* repeat until end.
row 5: Knit 1, K2tog* repeat until end
row 7: K2tog* repeat until end (last row)
Now cut a long tail of yarn, using a yarn needle, draw up through your loops on your needle, remove from needle, and draw up tightly.
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Now stitch your hat down the side using one of these techniques.
from stitch n bitch book
http://mochimochiland.com/category/tutorials/
http://www.knitting-naturally.com/sewing-up-your-knitting.html
http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-sew-seams-together
Enjoy! I’d love to see any hats that you make from this pattern!

9 comments:

  1. In the decreases you say Ktog so do you mean K2tog. ???

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  2. In your decreases you state Ktog- do you mean K2tog???

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  3. Sorry, edits made, I had typed ktog, and I meant k2tog. thanks to kath for pointing this out. I could not directly reply to you due to not using an id.
    Thanks
    Vicki

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  4. How many Skeins of yarn did you end up using for this?

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  5. Thanks I edited the amount it took me about 1 and a third skeins of the above yarn.
    Vicki

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  6. Great pattern. Thank you!

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  7. Easy peasy, old school. Thank you!

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  8. Great pattern. Thank you!

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  9. I'm glad you liked it!
    Vicki

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