window #7


Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful, and since we've no place to go, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let's make a hat!
doesn't rhyme very well, but hey, let's knit anyways.

Do we want a mystery knit? well I want to - so we will want to as well ^__^

what do we need?
worsted weight yarn and 4.5 mm needles, preferably circulars, or if you prefer them DPNs will do as well.

19sts - 4 inches / 10 cm
(just for your final check, if that helps you, at the end we want to have a circumference which is about 1 inch smaller than your head, as I think a hat should fit close/snugly and not be too loose)

Any special stitches?
well, yes

for cast on: I've used Judy's magic Cast On for small circles to start

for short rows: wrap and turn, with one extra trick here, I couldn't find a video on how I do them exactly, but the trick is actually quite simple, after you wrapped and turned instead of knitting the next stitch, knit into the stitch below that stitch, so you knit the next stitch and the stitch below that one together. This will make the transition a lot smoother and therfore less visible

for increases: use the make1 increase (click here for a video how to; I prefer the left lean one as I find it is easier and therefore quicker to do. If you do the right or left leaning one doesn't matter, as long as you keep doing one of either throughout the whole hat)

besides that: k (knit), p (purl), wt (wrap and turn), sM (slip Marker)


P A T T E R N:
1 - cast on 5 sts with Judy's Magic cast on
2 - with both ends together knit 5 sts (you will have 10 loops on your needles now, just like in the link of Judy's)
3 - now k10
4 - k10 again
5 - k1, (m1, k2) x4, m1, k1 [15]
6 - k4, wt, p4, sM, p4, wt, k2, m1, m2, sM [15]
7 - k2, m1, k til end (k14) [17]
8 - k1, (m1, k3) x4, m1 [22]
9 - k22
10 - k3, (m1, k4) x4, m1, k3 [27]
11 - k7, wt, p7, sM, p7, wt, k5, m1, k2 [28]
12 - k2, m1, k26 [29]
13 - k4, m1, k3, m1, k7, m1, k7, m1, k3, m1, k5 [34]
14 - k34 [34]
15 - k3, (m1, k7) x2, m1, k8, m1, k6, m1, k3 [39]
16 - k9, wt, p9, sM, p9, wt, k7, m1, k2 [40]
17 - k2, m1, k38 [41]
18 - k5, (m1, k8) x4, m1, k4[46]
19 - k46 [46]
20 - k3, m1, k10, m1, k9, m1, k9, m1, k12, m1, k3 [51]
21 - k12, wt, p12, sM, p12, wt, k10, m1, k2 [52]
22 - k2, m1, k50 [53]
23 - k6, (m1, k10) x4, m1, k7 [58]
24 - k58 [58]
25 - k3, (m1, k13) x4, m1, k3 [63]
26 - k15, wt, p15, sM, p15, wt, k8, m1, k7 [64]
27 - k7, m1, k til end [65]
28 - k6, m1, k14, m1, k13, m1, k13, m1, k14, m1, k5 [70]
29 - k70 [70]
30 - k3, m1, k16, m1, k15, m1, k17, m1, k16, m1, k3 [75]

let's put the needles aside for today and have a cup of hot chocolate together, it's time to enjoy the holiday season

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