Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Knitted Baby Boy Hats

More cute hats ..... more stripes ..... for the boys this time!

 



 




baby boy hats
 


 
The k2, p2 rib ensures a good fit
 


 

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/large-premature---small-newborn-baby-hat


Newborn Baby Hats
With 3, 4 or 5 garter stitch ridges (these may be knitted in the main colour or in a contrast colour)
DK yarn ~ approx 16g
4mm needles

Hat with 5 garter stitch ridges   
Image 

Using main colour cast on 64sts.
Work 8 rows in 2 x 2 rib. Increase 1st at end of rib) (65sts)

9th Row Knit
10th Row Purl

* Using contrast colour if desired
11th Row Knit
12th Row Knit

Using main colour
13th Row Knit
14th Row Purl *

Repeat from * to * four times more

Shape the top ~
1st Row (K6, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 57sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th,10th Rows Purl
3rd Row (K5, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 49sts
5th Row (K4, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 41sts
7th Row (K3, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 33sts
9th Row (K2, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 25sts
11th Row (K1, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 17sts
12th Row ( K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 9sts
Cut yarn (leaving a long ‘tail’ to use for sewing up), draw the end through all stitches, pull up tightly.
Sew up the seam.

Hat with 4 garter stitch ridges  
Image

Using main colour cast on 64sts.
Work 8 rows in 2 x 2 rib. Increase 1st at end of rib) (65sts)

9th Row Knit
10th Row Purl

Using contrast colour if desired
11th Row Knit
12th Row Knit

* Using main colour
13th Row Knit
14th Row Purl
15th Row Knit
16th Row Purl

Using contrast colour if desired
17th Row Knit
18th Row Knit *

Repeat from * to * twice more

Using main colour
31st Row Knit
32nd Row Purl

Shape the top ~
1st Row (K6, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 57sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th,10th Rows Purl
3rd Row (K5, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 49sts
5th Row (K4, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 41sts
7th Row (K3, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 33sts
9th Row (K2, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 25sts
11th Row (K1, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 17sts
12th Row ( K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 9sts
Cut yarn (leaving a long ‘tail’ to use for sewing up), draw the end through all stitches, pull up tightly.
Sew up the seam.

Hat with 3 garter stitch ridges  
Image

Using main colour cast on 64sts.

Work 8 rows in 2 x 2 rib. Increase 1st at end of rib) (65sts)

9th Row Knit
10th Row Purl

Using contrast colour if desired
11th Row Knit
12th Row Knit

* Using main colour
13th Row Knit
14th Row Purl
15th Row Knit
16th Row Purl
17th Row Knit
18th Row Purl

Using contrast colour if desired
19th Row Knit
20th Row Knit *

Repeat from * to * once more

Using main colour
29th Row Knit
30th Row Purl

Shape the top ~
1st Row (K6, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 57sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th,10th Rows Purl
3rd Row (K5, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 49sts
5th Row (K4, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 41sts
7th Row (K3, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 33sts
9th Row (K2, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 25sts
11th Row (K1, K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 17sts
12th Row ( K2 tog) repeat to last st, K1 9sts
Cut yarn (leaving a long ‘tail’ to use for sewing up), draw the end through all stitches, pull up tightly.
Sew up the seam.

 
Find my patterns at ~
 
You might like to make a little set ~ hat, mittens & booties.....
 
 
instructions at -
 
 


 


11 comments :

  1. Super!! They are as beautiful as the girls hats :-). My favorite is the first boys hat, it looks so especially cozy!
    And thank you so much for visiting my blog and taking part at the giveaway, dear Marianna!! I'll gladly write a ticket for you and would be pleased to see you again :-).
    Have a nice evening!!
    xxx Nata

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  2. All lovely, but my favourite is the one with the dark blue garter stitch stripes.

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  3. There are adorable !
    Thanks for your visit !
    Have a nice day !
    Anna

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  4. Great linkups again this week - such cute woollen ideas :)

    Thanks for linking up!

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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  5. Adorable hats! Thank you for linking up at Submarine Sunday!

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  6. Great hats for donating to the hospitals for the wee ones! Thanks for sharing your wonderful patterns!!!

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  7. Please could you tell me where to place my cursor to print these gorgeous little hats? I cannot point to File and scroll down to print as it is not shown at the top of my screen. Could someone make a helpful suggestion - thanks.

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  8. How would I knit these if I wanted to knit in the round. have yet to find a seaming method that I am satisfied with for knitting flat. thanks

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  9. Is it possible to make bigger for a 1 to 2 year old

    Thanks

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