Herringbone Hat - Free Pattern

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Sorry I have been M.I.A. for a while. If you don't follow me on Facebook or Instagram, do it NOW! haha. If you do, you know that I had a baby at the end of December! Life is crazy with 4 little ones, but I couldn't feel any more blessed to be their mommy. I am sorry it is taking me longer to posts things but please bare with me, it will get better :)

I am so excited to share with you my next hat pattern and offer it to you for free! I am in love with this version of the herringbone stitch! I wish I could figure out how to make it in the round...maybe one of you can help me with that :)


The hat is made by knitting flat and repeating 2 rows only until you decrease one row. Then you go through your remaining stitches with your yarn and sew the sides together! If I were to make it again, I would do a few more extra rows than what I said in the pattern to make it slouchier. But I love me an extra slouchy beanie ;)

Herringbone stitch:
Row 1 (WS): p2tog, leave the 2 sts. on the left needle, purl 1st st., slide both sts. off the needle.
Row 2 (RS): k1, *sl 1, k1, psso, leave st. on needle and knit it*, knit last stitch.

Click here for the free pattern.

There are two different versions of this hat. The first one comes in sizes newborn, baby, toddler, child, big kid, teen, adult, and large adult.

Materials

  • Size US 15 (10mm) Straight Needles
  • Size 5 Bulky Yarn (72-92 yds.) I used Bernat Roving in Teal
  • Tapestry Needle



The second version is a chunky thicker yarn with much larger sized needles. It's so comfy and warm! (This is the version I made a video tutorial on showing you in adult size.)

Materials

  • Size US 50 (25mm) straight needles
  • Size 6 Super Bulky yarn (49 yds.) I used Wool and the Gang-Crazy Sexy Wool in Tweed Grey
  • Tapestry Needle



Click here for the free .PDF pattern

You can also purchase one of my hats that I handmade here!

Click here to see my hat on Ravelry.

Video Tutorial: http://bit.ly/ZigZagHat





I love to see your finished projects! Please post them on my Facebook page or share on Instagram so we can all be inspired by your talent!

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