Schnapps

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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Introducing Lateral Pass!

Schnapps is still busy making "Football Hats" and I am trying to keep up with him.  I'm a few behind, but finally got this one ready!  He used Lion Brand Hometown USA for the model, but as always, directions for all yarn weights are included.


Hats are coming in every week and shipping out just as quickly!  There is a huge need right now for chemo caps, especially for adults, so if you have some spare time, please consider making some and donating them locally or to DEHH.  

Schnapps says "THANK YOU" to all our supporters!


The patterns in the photo below are the patterns found in The Play Book, an e-book of patterns that are not published elsewhere.  The e-book can be purchased by using the link to the right on this page or by going to my Ravelry store or my Craftsy store.  Those links are also to the right of this page.   100% of the cost of all my patterns is put right back into supplies and shipping for DEHH.

The Play Book Patterns!
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Lateral Pass

You will need 6 weight yarn and size US 13 circulars and dpns or another combination listed below.


 Abbreviations:
skpsso:  hold yarn in front as if to purl and slip 2 stitches knit-wise.
k2tog:  knit 2 stitches together as one


Cast on 48 stitches, place marker and join, taking care not to twist stitches.

Work Brim:
Row 1:  knit all stitches
Repeat Row 1 until piece is about 2.5 to 3 inches in length.

Work Pattern:
Row 1:  *skpsso, but before dropping the slipped stitch, knit into the back of it*; repeat around
Row 2:  *k2tog, but before dropping the stitches, knit the first stitch again*; repeat around
Repeat Rows 1 - 2  until piece is about  7.5 inches in length.

Decrease Crown:  use dpn’s when needed
Row 1: *k6, k2tog*; repeat around
Row 2: *k5, k2tog*; repeat around
Row 3: *k4, k2tog*; repeat around
Row 4: *k3, k2tog*; repeat around
Row 5: *k2, k2tog*; repeat around
Row 6: *k1, k2tog*; repeat around

Finish: Cut working yarn, leaving a 6-inch tail.  Draw the tail through the remaining stitches, cinch closed and secure.  Weave in ends and give it to someone special who needs a warm hug!


The pattern is worked over 2 stitches, but use a multiple of 8 to keep the crown decrease the same. 

To knit this using 5-weight yarn, use size 10.5 needles and cast on 72 stitches.

To knit this using worsted weight yarn, use size 8 needles and cast on 88 stitches.

To make it child size, use worsted yarn, size 8 needles and cast on 64 stitches.  Adjust in increments of 8 stitches for individual sizes.

To knit this using sport weight yarn, use size 5 needles and cast on 120 stitches. 


  

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Schnapps. You've created another successful hat! Great job!

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