4 in 1 Hat Pattern; Machine Knit Version

Can be worn as a beanie, ponytail hat, slouch hat or cowl

Hand knit pattern by this author: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlIMBjvdgqc&feature=youtu.be

Machine: Bulky

Yarn: #3 weight like a baby sport

Tension: 3

  • Tension 0/0; Rack to H3
  • Cast on a zig zag row in full needle rib over 41 X 41 N (82N) with end Ns on MB
  • Hang ribber comb and weights
  • K 3 circular rows
  • Tension 5/5; rack to P3
  • Move the N on both beds into following configuration, doubling sts, beginning at left side:
    • 5 N on Ribber
    • Across the bed put into a 4 X 4 rib pattern
    • End on right side with 5 N on MB
    • Empty N’s out of work
  • RC 000
  • Knit 60 R – or if you prefer a deeper cuff or need for a larger head K 70 R
  • Rack to H4 to enable moving sts easier
  • Transfer sts from the ribber to the MB and move MB sts so whole bed is in an every other stitch configuration with all sts doubled; make sure EON is out of work
  • Drop ribber and change sinker plate
  • K 1 R
  • Pull all in-between Ns into work
  • K 4 or 5 R ending with COL
  • Tension: 10
  • K 1 R
  • Loop through a Loop Bind off
  • Mattress st side using 1 st from each side to make a continuous 4 X 4 rib on outside of hat

Make I-cord:

  • E-wrap on over 3 N off to left of center of bed to ensure carriage passing row counter
  • Set carriage to slip 1 way
  • K 350 R
  • Weave I-cord through eyelets in hat; wear I-cord pulled tight for a beanie or slouch hat, loosen for a ponytail hat; pull completely loose or remove for a cowl

You may copy, print and use any of the info on my blog. Please do not copy and repost anywhere on the internet without contacting me to get my permission.  Please do not sell this pattern as your own.  Thank you, Ann

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