By Anna Zilboorg
This quantity beneficial properties jazzy hats with shiny colors, and colourful styles. each one hat is proven in complete color and is observed via easy-to-follow trend charts. 9 hat types are given, from vintage berets and toques to designs equivalent to pentagons, stars, and domes.
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Extra info for 45 Fine & Fanciful Hats to Knit: Berets, Toques, Cones, Stars, Pentagons, and More
2 Row 2 (wrong side): Purl. 3 Repeat rows 1 and 2 for stockinette stitch. 44 CHAPTER Basic Stitch Patterns 3 REVERSE STOCKINETTE STITCH Reverse stockinette stitch is the same as regular stockinette, only the bumpy side is considered the right side, and the smooth side is the wrong side. 1 Row 1 (right side): Purl. 2 Row 2 (wrong side): Knit. 3 Repeat rows 1 and 2 for stockinette stitch. GARTER STITCH STRIPE This pattern is essentially made up of two rows of stockinette stitch and two rows of garter stitch.
Your needles will form an X, with the right needle in front of the left needle. 26 CHAPTER 2 Basic Techniques 3 Hold the crossed needles between your left thumb and forefinger and bring the yarn behind the right needle, or between the crossed needles (a); then wrap the yarn around the right needle in a counterclockwise direction (b). 4 Pull the right needle toward the back, bringing the new loop of yarn you just wrapped around it through the stitch on the needle (a); then slip the old stitch off the left needle (b).
FAQ 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3, placing each new stitch to the right of the previously cast-on stitch until you have the desired number of stitches on the left needle. New stitch Slipknot I’m having difficulty pulling the new loop between the stitches when working the cable cast-on; it keeps slipping off the tip of the right needle on the way through. What can I do? This can be a problem with the cable cast-on at first, particularly if you’re using inelastic yarns like cottons and silks. Try replacing the right needle with a crochet hook a size or two smaller than your yarn requires.
45 Fine & Fanciful Hats to Knit: Berets, Toques, Cones, Stars, Pentagons, and More by Anna Zilboorg