Thrummed Hearts Hat

I love slipped stitches, and the thicker, nubbier texture they create.

Especially in the red version, the slipped stitches look just like tiny little hearts.

Thrummed Hearts Hat

(tentative pattern)

Notes;

-The numbers in the pattern do not stand for row numbers.

-This pattern is for the look of the cranberry-colored hat, with the main color making up most of the hat.

– The first time you switch to yarn B at step 3, simply tie it to yarn A. But make sure, when switching colors after this, that you twist the two skeins of yarn in a way sort of like intarsia, so there are no gaps. Ask me if you don’t understand, I know this is vague!

-Let me know if there is anything amiss! This pattern hasn’t been tested thoroughly yet.

Materials;

-two skeins worsted weight yarns, in colors A and B, about 100 yards each

-size 5 circulars

-size 10 circulars and dpns

Pattern;

1.)With 5s, CO 80 sts in A yarn and join into round, placing a marker. Work 11 rounds in k1p1 rib.

2.) Switch to size 10’s and work this round; k8, k2tog around. (It will be tight at first. You will now have 72 stitches.)

3.) Switch to yarn B, work next round; K1, slip 1, around.

4.) With A, knit two rounds,

5.) With B, work next round; slip 1, K1, around.

6.) With A, knit two rounds.

7.) Repeat steps 3-6 once more.

8.) Repeat step 3. Knit one round in A. Then, work next round; k2tog, k14, k2tog, k2tog, k14, k2tog, k2tog, k14, k2tog, k2tog, k14, k2tog.

9.) Repeat step 5. Then work one round in A. k2tog twice, k8, k2tog 4 times, k8, k2tog 4 times, k8, k2tog 4 times, k2tog twice.

10.) Repeat step 3. Then work one round in A. Then, k2tog twice, k4, k2tog 4 times, k4, k2tog 4 times, k4, k2tog 4 times, k4, k2tog twice.

11.) Repeat step 5.

12.) K2tog until you have 8 left. Thread together last stitches.

Enjoy! 🙂

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