December 27, 2012

Mushroom Knit Cap-Free Knitting Pattern!

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Mushroom Knit Cap

By: Carrissa Knox

Materials:

No.11-8.00mm circular knitting needle (16 in)

Bulky weight yarn-109 yd/100 m

(Pictured: Loops & Threads, Charisma- Mulberry Bush)

Yarn needle

Elastic

Pattern:

Cast on 80 sts.

Ribbing-

-*k2, p2 all the way around. *Repeat for 6 rounds or until the ribbing reaches your desired length.

-Finish ribbing by purling 1 round.

Body-

-*Knit 4 rounds, purl 1 round. * Repeat 4 more times.

-End by knitting 4 rounds.

 

Finish: Cut the yarn end, leaving enough for sewing. Using the yarn needle, draw the yarn through the loops on the knitting needle and pull tight to synch the end closed. Tie off and tuck in the end.

Using the elastic and yarn needle, weave the elastic through the stitches around the opening of the hat. Pull as tightly as you'd like before tying off.



 

All text and images created by Carrissa Knox from Penelope Rae at (www.peneloperae.com). You may print and share this pattern but do not reproduce or distribute as your own. Finished products created using this pattern may be sold. It is appreciated if credit is given to Penelope Rae for the design of this pattern. If you have any questions/comments please feel free to email Carrissa Knox at crochet@peneloperae.com. You can view all other crochet patterns and crochet items for sale at www.peneloperae.com


 

December 7, 2012

Knit Slouch Hat-Free Pattern!

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The Perfect Knit Souch

By: Carrissa Knox

 

Materials:

No.11-8.00mm circular knitting needle (16 in)

Bulky weight yarn-144 yd/132 m

(Pictured: Lion Brand Yarn/Tweed Stripes, Woodlands)

Yarn needle

Elastic

 

Pattern:

Cast on 80 sts.

*k1, p1 all the way around. *Repeat until the hat reaches 12 inches in length.

 

Finish:

Cut the yarn end, leaving enough for sewing. Using the yarn needle, draw the yarn through the loops on the knitting needle and pull tight to synch the end closed. Tie off and tuck in the end.

Using the elastic and yarn needle, weave the elastic through the stitches around the opening of the hat. Pull as tightly as you'd like before tying off.

All text and images created by Carrissa Knox from Penelope Rae at (www.peneloperae.com). You may print and share this pattern but do not reproduce or distribute as your own. Finished products created using this pattern may be sold. It is appreciated if credit is given to Penelope Rae for the design of this pattern. If you have any questions/comments please feel free to email Carrissa Knox at crochet@peneloperae.com. You can view all other crochet patterns and crochet items for sale at www.peneloperae.com