Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Hats to Match the Hugs


Last week I made this little set as part of a small baby shower gift - hope the mum likes them!
 
 
 
Hundreds of you have enjoyed knitting my little Hug Boots - so I thought you might like the pattern for this little easy-to-knit matching hat.
 
 
Hats for Hugs
Large Premature Baby Hat
Using 3.5mm or 3.75mm needles cast on 56sts  
Work 8 rows in K2, P2 rib
I do it this way ~
Row 1: S1, p1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 2sts, k2
Row 2: S1, k1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 2sts, p1, k1       
Repeat the last 2 rows 3 times more.
Increase one stitch       (57sts)
 
Change to 4mm needles
Work 14 rows in stocking stitch (one row knit, one row purl)
 
Shape Crown
1st  Row:          (K5, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        49sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th Rows:  S1, purl to last st, k1
3rd  Row:          (K4, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        41sts
5th  Row:          (K3, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        33sts
7th  Row:          (K2, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        25sts
9th  Row            (K1, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        17sts
10th Row           (P2tog) repeat to last st, k1                               9sts
Cut off yarn, leaving a tail. Thread tail onto a needle and pass through remaining stitches. Pull to gather up.
Sew side seam. Weave in ends.
 
0 -3 months Baby Hat
 
Using 3.5mm or 3.75mm needles cast on 62sts
Work 10 rows in K2, P2 rib
I do it this way ~
Row 1: S1, p1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 4sts, k2, p1, k1
 
Row 2: S1, k1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to end  
Repeat the last 2 rows 4 times more, increasing one stitch at each end of last row   (64sts)            
 
Change to 4mm needles
Work 18 rows in stocking stitch (one row knit, one row purl)
Increase one stitch at the beginning of the last row     (65sts)
 
Shape Crown
1st  Row:          (K6, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                         57sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th,10th  Rows:  S1, purl to last st, k1
3rd  Row:          (K5, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        49sts
5th  Row:          (K4, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        41sts
7th  Row:          (K3, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        33sts
9th  Row:          (K2, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        25sts
11th Row           (K1, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        17sts
12th Row           (P2tog) 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.  Darn away ends.
Cut off yarn, leaving a tail. Thread tail onto a needle and pass through remaining stitches. Pull to gather up.
Sew side seam. Weave in ends.
 
 
 

 
6 - 9 months Baby Hat

Size
Width:    6½ “ (16.5cm)   13” (33cm) all around 

Height:   6½ “ (16.5cm)

Using 3.5mm or 3.75mm needles cast on 72sts
Work 10 rows in K2, P2 rib
 
I do it this way ~
 
Row 1: S1, p1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 4sts, k2, p1, k1
Row 2: S1, k1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to end  
Repeat the last 2 rows 4 times more, increasing one stitch at end of last row                  (73sts)
Change to 4mm needles
Work 24 rows in stocking stitch (one row knit, one row purl)
Shape Crown
1st  Row:          (K6, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        64sts
2nd, 4th,6th,8th,10th  Rows:  S1, purl to last st, k1
3rd  Row:          (K5, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        55sts   
5th  Row:          (K4, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        46sts               
7th  Row:          (K3, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        37sts               
9th  Row:          (K2, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        28sts                
11th Row           (K1, k2tog) repeat to last st, k1                        19sts               
12th Row           (P2tog) repeat to last st, k1                              10sts                             
Cut yarn (leaving a long ‘tail’ to use for sewing up), draw the end through all stitches, pull up tightly.
Sew up the seam.  Darn away ends.
Cut off yarn, leaving a tail. Thread tail onto a needle and pass through remaining stitches. Pull to gather up.
Sew side seam. Weave in ends.

 

 
You will find the pattern for the Hug Boots here ~   
I am happy for you to use my patterns for your own use or for charity donations.
In addition:  You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns.

 However, please do not copy my patterns
 
 Copyright © 2016 ‘made by marianna’  All Rights Reserved
 
This pattern (the information and photos) may not be copied or reproduced
or republished on another webpage or website.
‘This work is registered with the UK Copyright Service.’

 
 

12 comments :

  1. With a set as beautiful as that, who wouldnt love them, thank you Marianna for always giving us your patterns.

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  2. They are adorable! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Thank you so much for these pretty patterns. Just what I was looking for.

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  5. Thank you! I love knitting your patterns.

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  6. Can you please publish a pattern to knit easily the hugs? Thanks

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  7. Thank you for yet another sweet baby hat Marianna ! It's on my to-do list !

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  9. Would you use the same number of stitches if using double pointed needles? I'm not crazy about having a seam on hats, now that I can knit on double pointed.

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  10. Would you use the same number of stitches if using double pointed needles? I'm not crazy about having a seam on hats, now that I can knit on double pointed.

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  11. were is the pattern for the flower on hat have done the ugg boots for a friend in usa who dont knit very happy x

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  12. I havent any word to appreciate this post.....Really i am impressed from this post....the person who create this post it was a great human..thanks for shared this with us.
    Hats

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