I just realized, i forgot to put in the 'next row' instructions... I've corrected the pattern below...
Finally, I have made my own kitty ear hat. Now that its gotten cold down here in Cali, I can use it. Here's a makeshift pattern, i've never really made a pattern before so bear with me.
I just chained(sc) enough to fit my head, then sc 4, then four from the end dc every third stitch till the end.** chain two. DC in second stitch from the end. chain 1. dc in second stitch from dc. continue until end. **(repeat between **, about 13 rows.until it fits your head) It should look like a rectangle. "Sew" ends together, so it looks like a tube. sew the top part together, so you have a square with a closed bottom (like a purse). put your hat on, and find where you want the ears to be. sew (right side out, if applicable) the two sides together where you want the ears to be. finish off the ends!i've found it equally cute when the ears are just tied in the center of the ears, near the head.
I found the idea for this hat on craftster somewhere. Thanks Craftster!http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v56/peacechick55/DSCN3751.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v56/peacechick55/DSCN3752.jpg
please ignore my messy desk... my work got ahead of me.
I'm making these for my good friends for xmas, it's a really quick project and it makes you truly giddy while you're wearing it. I think it's at least two hats per 3.5 oz skien! X :]
Okay, Some questions about the pattern are best helped with pictures.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v56/peacechick55/cat-hat.gif
and on second thought, that picture is small. Here is a bigger picture. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v56/peacechick55/cat-hat.gif