Quick Knitted Hat With Brim Pattern

Knit Hat Pattern from @savedbyloves

Get those needles flying and have a warm, cozy, beautiful handmade hat in no time, using this pattern  with super bulky yarn.  I whipped up several of these for gift giving this Christmas.  Who doesn’t love a brimmed hat with tassels in the winter?

Free knit hat pattern

 

Supplies:

  • Long circular needles size 13 and 11 (you can use DPN’s too, I prefer circulars)
  • Super bulky yarn
  • 3 x 3 inch piece of cardboard
  • stitch marker
  • crochet hook to weave in ends

GAUGE:

9 sts x 12 r = 4” x 4” (10 cm x 10 cm) in Stockinette Stitch on US 13.

PATTERN:      Fits most adults (stretchy)

CO 36 stitches onto your size 11 circular needles and join for working in the round; place marker at beginning of rounds

Row 1-3:  K2P2 around for ribbing then switch to size 13 needles

Row 4-12: Knit around

Begin decrease rounds:

Row 13:  *Knit 7, K2tog* around (32 stitches at end)

Row 14: Knit around

Row 15: *Knit 6, K2tog* around (28 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 16: knit around

Row 17: *Knit 5, K2tog* around (24 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 18: knit around

Row 19: *Knit 4, K2tog* around (20stitches remaining on needles)

Row 20: knit around

Row 21: *Knit 3, K2tog* around (16 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 22: knit around

Row 23: *Knit 2, K2tog* around (12 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 24: knit around

Row 25: *Knit, K2tog* around (8 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 26: knit around

Row 27: K2tog around (4 stitches remaining on needles)

Row 28: knit around

Leaving a 5-inch tail, break yarn.  With crochet hook, pull tail through the loops.
Pull tightly.

Pom Pom:

Wrap yarn around a 3 x 3 piece of cardboard around 100 times. Run a 20” piece of yarn through one folded edge of the pom pom. Tie the yarn tightly into a bundle. Cut the other folded edge, remove the cardboard, and stitch the pom pom to the top of the hat.

Comments

  1. This had turned out really cute! Love it! :)
    xoxo,
    Vanessa

  2. Ooops, hat! 😉

  3. This is really cute! I just got one similar to this for Christmas and it is so nice and warm. I have also been making hats like crazy but mine are crochet. I cannot figure out knitting…..

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