FISHERMAN RIB HAT - CHILD SIZE

Wednesday, October 11, 2017



I have the perfect project for your little one! It is fun, easy and quick to make. The best part? Aside from it being so dang cute, it looks like an advanced knitting project...but it's not! If you watch my video tutorial on how to make it, I promise a beginner will be able to knit this beanie. Everyone will be wanting this hat. Trust me. The adult version is one of my most popular beanie video tutorials. The reason why I'm making this child size version is because I had a huge amount of requests to do so. Link to Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fisherman-rib-hat


Scarf Pattern coming next week!
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have already seen me make this beanie on my instastory. The story only lasts for 24 hrs. so I posted the video tutorial on my Facebook Page


FREE PATTERN | FISHERMAN RIB HAT - CHILD SIZE

Materials Needed:
-Size 5 bulky weight yarn - 59 yds. | I used Bernat Roving in Putty. Patons Roving is 100% wool-same weight yardage. A great alternative if you want something to keep you extra warm! and you can use the 40% off coupon
-Size US 11(8.0mm) 16" circular needles
-Tapestry Needle
-Pom Pom Maker
-Thread

Abbreviations:

BO - Bind Off

CO - Cast On
K1 - Knit 1
K2tog - Knit two together
P1 - Purl 1
Rnd - Round 
Rnds - Rounds
SSK - Slip Slip Knit
Sts. - stitches

Gauge:


4 sts x 9 rows=2” in k1, p1 rib


This Beanie is made in the round starting at the bottom and decreasing at the top. Attach a pom pom to give this beanie more of a statement.

Note: Luckily I have a 7, 5, and 3 year old on hand so I was able to try the beanie on all of them. It fit the 5 and 7 year old the best. If I were to make it for my 3 year old, I would repeat at least 4 rows less than what my patterns says. 


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CO 36

Join in the round.
Rnds 1-5: K1, P1
to knit, with yarn in back, insert needle from the front to the back. Wrap yarn around right needle counter-clockwise...
...bring right needle under and up to the front. Slide stitch off of the left needle. 





to purl, with yarn in front, insert needle from the back to the front. wrap yarn around right needle counter-clockwise...

...bring right needle from the front, to the back. Slide stitch off of the left needle. 
Rnd 6: K2tog, P1 below (24 sts.)
K2tog-with yarn in back, insert needle from the left of the second stitch and the first stitch from the front to the back. Wrap yarn over left needle counter-clockwise...
...slide stitch off of left needle.
P1 below in knit stitch


P1 below in a purl stitch


Rnd 7: K1 below, P1
K1 below

Rnd 8: K1, P1 below

Rnd 9: K1 below, P1

Repeat Rnds 8-0 until you get to Rnd 30.

Decrease Sequence

Rnds 1-3: K1, P1
Rnd 4: K2tog (12 sts.)
Rnd 5: Knit
Rnd 6: ssk (6 sts.)

Cut yarn. Weave through remaining stitches. Tie a knot. Weave Ends. Attach Pom Pom.


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This pattern is by Christine Rosen of iKNITS. You may sell products made from this pattern by clearly crediting the design to me with a link to my site: www.theiknits.com. Thank you for being respectful and understanding.

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