SD hat “wyrm inspired” (also fits Blythe)

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An easy little hat, because winter is coming 😉

New SD hat :-)

 

  • 2.5 mm DPN, 4ply yarn (fingering weight)
  • cast on 72 st. Divide onto three DPN to close for knitting in the round.
  • Rounds 1-8: k2 p2
  • Rounds 9-13: knit
  • Rounds 14-18: purl
  • Rounds 19-23: knit
  • Rounds 24-28: purl
  • Rounds 29-33: knit
  • Round 34: (the hat should be about 6.5 cm in total now)
    *p6, p2tog*
  • Round 35: purl
  • Round 36: *p5, p2tog*
  • Round 37: purl
  • Round 38: *p4, p2tog*
  • Round 39: knit
  • Round 40: *k3, k2tog*
  • Round 41: knit
  • Round 42: *k2, k2tog*
  • Round 43: knit
  • Round 44: *k1, k2tog* (if you want, purl the remaining rounds, then the crown will be purled, I just like it better in knit st.)
  • Round 45: knit
  • Round 46: *k2tog* k1
  • Round 47: *k2tog* k1
  • Cut yarn, pull through remaining st. and draw closed

If you want the hat to be longer, just add more sections of alternating k 5 rounds, p 5 rounds 🙂

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Well, well, well, who is surprised that YET ANOTHER new doll found its way into my home 😉

That one has an interesting shape that I still have to learn to knit for, while broader in the hips, shoulders/bust are very slim and the waist slope interesting (to knit for 😉 ) I am learning/plotting to devise new patterns for her, as my standard patterns for slim minis are a bit wide in the shoulder. For those interested, the dress has a circumference of 4×9 (bodice) plus 2×8 per sleeve (began with 40 st, standard raglan increase, winged the skirt increases by putting increases first at the sides, then like in a raglan increase up to 18 per needle)

See the poufy floor cushion thingie? I think that will be our next post, because I love knitting these… useless (in lager numbers), but a fun and quick knit.( It is not my  own pattern though, so I will just explain it a bit and link the sources I have 😉 )