Friday, November 23, 2007

All I Want For Christmas Is You Hat Pattern






All I Want For Christmas Is You Hat Pattern



This hat is so simple to knit! A very simple series of eyelets runs up the hat so if you wanted you could weave ribbon up the hat. At the end you form a christmas bow with I-Cord. Give the gift of yourself all wrapped up this Christmas or give this hat to someone to let them know just being with them is a gift.






I knit this hat,



Topped with a bow,



This Holiday Season,



To Let you Know,



Nothing else will do,



The best gift I could recieve,



Is simply time with you.






Supplies:



Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Bernat self striping Christmas Cotton)



Size 8 circular and/or dpns



Tapestry needle



Stitch Marker






To Begin:



Cast on 80 (90) stitches but do not join



Work back and forth in Garter Stitch for a Few rows until you get an edge the length you desire, then join and place marker.






Row 1: *Yo, K2tog, K8* repeat from * to * across row.



Row 2: Knit all stitches






Repeat these two rows until hat is desired length, ending after a row 2. Then continue to decrease rows.






Dec R1: *Yo, K2tog, K6, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R2: *K7, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R3: *Yo, K2tog, K4, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R4: *K5, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R5: *Yo, K2tog, K2, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R6: *K3, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R7: *Yo, (K2tog)Twice* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R8: *K1, K2tog* repeat from * to * across.



Dec R9: K2tog across



Decrease down until you have four or five stitches left and proceed in I-Cord. I believe my I-Cord was about a foot and a half. But I would reccomend stopping every once in a while to form it into a bow to see how big you want your loops how many you need to look full etc. stopping the I-Cord when you are satisfied. When done bind off and use tapestry needle to tack stitches in bow shape. If making large loops you may want to put some floral wire in the I-Cord to help make it shapeable. Weave in your ends and enjoy!

7 comments:

Silvia de Castillo said...

This hat looks absolutely adorable and would definitely make very nice gifts. Once again, thank you very much for your lovely work and patterns. Your friend from Guatemala, Silvia.

Estelle said...

WOW! I love your hat and will make one to give as a gift for Xmas.

Thanks so much for sharing. By the way, you wear it very very well :)

Anonymous said...

This hat is abosolutely adorable!! I can't wait to make it for my sister-in-law. Perhaps I should make one for myself to try it out! :P Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Hello
My name is Catherine.
I live in Westchester County in NY.
I love your patterns and site!

Thanks...this All I Want for Christmas hat is just too adorable--and simple.

Peace,

Catherine

Anonymous said...

Hi Kody, your hat patterns are terrific. I especially like the all I want for Christmas one. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Merry Christmas to you. Nelly

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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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