By Anna Zilboorg
This quantity positive aspects jazzy hats with vibrant colors, and colourful styles. every one hat is proven in complete color and is observed through easy-to-follow trend charts. 9 hat kinds are given, from vintage berets and toques to designs akin to pentagons, stars, and domes.
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ROW 7: P1, *yo, K3, K2tog, P1, ssk, K3, yo, P1; repeat from *. ROW 9: P2, *yo, K2, K2tog, P1, ssk, K2, yo, P3; repeat from *, ending last repeat with P2. ROW 10: K2, *P4, K1, P4, K3; repeat from *, ending last repeat with K2. ROW 11: P3, *yo, K1, K2tog, P1, ssk, K1, yo, P5; repeat from *, ending last repeat with P3. ROW 12: K3, *P3, K1, P3, K5; repeat from *, ending last repeat with K3. ROW 13: P4, *yo, K2tog, P1, ssk, yo, P7; repeat from *, ending last repeat with P4. ROW 14: K4, *P2, K1, P2, K7; repeat from *, ending last repeat with K4.
Redistribute stitches so you have 9 (10, 11, 12, 13, 14) stitches on each of 4 needles. 25)" (12 [15, 17, 18, 20, 21] cm) from beginning of cuff. R OUND 1 : 57 58 Fingering Weight Lola Flip-Top Mittens continued Shaping the Top • ROUND 1: *Knit to last 2 stitches on needle, K2tog; repeat from *. • ROUND 2: Knit. • Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until you have 28 (32, 32, 32, 32, 36) stitches. • Repeat Round 1 only until you have 4 (4, 4, 4, 4, 8) stitches. • Cut yarn leaving a 24" (61 cm) tail. Thread tail onto tapestry needle and draw through remaining stitches twice.
Incorporate increased stitches into lace pattern. Change to larger needles and work 2 rows stockinette stitch. Begin Snowflake Lace pattern and increase 1 stitch at beginning of right-side rows every 22 rows 3 times. You now have 50 (58, 66) stitches. Continue even until piece measures 10" (25 cm). Place marker at beginning of a right-side row to indicate beginning of armhole. Continue in lace pattern, increasing 1 stitch at armhole edge every 7 (8, 9) rows 7 times and at the same time when piece measures 16" (41 cm) bind off on every other row at neck edge 16 (14, 12) stitches once, 3 stitches once, 2 stitches once, and 1 stitch 4 (6, 8) times.