Monday, October 15, 2007

Heart-A-Gram Hat Pattern


Heart-A-Gram Hat Pattern
I am a big fan of both HIM and Bam Margera. Both are quite often associated with the Heart-A-Gram. You can't tell from the picture but the main part of the hat is actually a light purple. Whether you like HIM and Bam or not, it's still a neat symbol. As always make one for yourself or a friend but do not sell them. If you want to share the pattern please share the link and not the pattern itself.

Supplies:

  • Lavendar Worsted Weight Yarn (B for Background)
  • Black Worsted Weight Yarn (C for Contrast)
  • Size 8 circulars and/or dpns
  • Stitch Marker to indicate beginning of row
  • Tapestry Needle

To Begin: Cast on 88 stitches, and Join in the round. Do 3/4 to 1" K1, P1 ribbing

Knit for 5 rows then begin pattern:

Row 1: With B K14, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 2: With B K14, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 3: With B K13, With C K3, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 4: With B K12, With C K2, With B K1, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 5: With B K12, With C K1, With B K2, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 6: With B K11, With C K2, With B K3, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 7: With B K11, With C K1, With B K4 With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 8: With B K10, With C K2, With B K5, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 9: With B K2, With C K24, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 10: With B K3, With C K2, With B K4, With C K2, With B K7, With C K2, With B K4, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 11: With B K4, With C K2, With B K2, With C K3, With B K7, With C K2, With B K2, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 12: With B K5, With C K2, With B K1, With C K2, With B K9, With C K2, With B K1, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 13: With B K5, With C K5, With B K9, With C K4, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 14: With B K7, With C K2, With B K11, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 15: With B K7, With C K3, With B K9, With C K3, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 16:With B K6, With C K5, With B K7, With C K4, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 17:With B K5, With C K2, With B K2, With C K2, With B K6, With C K3, With B K1, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 18:With B K5, With C K2, With B K3, With C K2, With B K4, With C K2, With B K4, With C K1, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 19: With B K5, With C K2, With B K4, With C K2, With B K2, With C K2, With B K5, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 20: With B K5, With C K2, With B K5, With C K2, With B K1, With C K2, With B K5, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 21: With B K5,With C K2, With B K6, With C K3, With B K6, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 22: With B K5, With C K2, With B K6, With C K3, With B K5, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 23: With B K6, With C K2, With B K3, With C K3, With B K1, With C K2, With B K4, With C K2, With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Row 24:With B K7, With C K5, With B K4, With C K6(Tie off C here),With B Knit the rest of the stitches in this row.

Continue Knitting with B until hat is desired length then begin decreasing as follows:

DRow 1: *K9, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 2: *K8, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow3 : *K7, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 4: *K6, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 5: *K5, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 6: *K4, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 7: *K3, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 8: *K2, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 9: *K1, K2tog* repeat from * to * across row.

DRow 10: K2tog across row.

Cut Yarn leaving long enough tail to thread through the remaining stitches and pull up tight. Weave in all ends. Viva La Hat!!!!


7 comments:

SooticasDream said...

OMG! This is so feakin' cool! I'm totally going to attempt to make one for my fella.
Thank you SO much for sharing the pattern! ^___^

Anonymous said...

I LOVE YOU!!!! I've wanted a heart-a-gram hat for the longest but I'm too cheap to buy it. So thanks to your pattern and my newbie skills I shall attempt to make one.

Hyde said...

I tried to make this hat tonight and was not sure what you do with the contrast yarn while you are working the other stitches on the row. How did you carry it over or did you? Just wondering.

Kody May said...

I did carry it across the back catching it with the other color ever few stitches. You could also not carry it and just tie it and weave in your ends. I'd google fair isle and see specifically floats. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful but it's hard to describe.

Anonymous said...

Beyond cool! I was just trying to figure out if this was possible! I can't wait to try it out! Thank you!!

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jay paul said...

Nice post! Can’t wait for the next one. Keep stuff like this coming.

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