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Topic: Fun Hats now with Mohawk Beanie Pattern Link & Diamond Earflap Hat Pattern Link  (Read 6389 times)
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mims
« Reply #10 on: September 22, 2005 01:10:47 PM »

love the mowhawk hats.  I think my 3 1/2 month old needs to have a hot pink one.  Wink
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« Reply #11 on: September 22, 2005 03:03:37 PM »

The mohawk beanie can be knit flat or in the round. I think it came out better knit flat, but it could just be because it was the second time I was making the hat.

Writing up a pattern after the fact is harder than it looks. I am going blind trying to count stitches. But I am working on the patterns and hope to post them in the next couple of days. Smiley

That's cool, I don't know circular knitting yet. Don't go blind Smiley Thank you!
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« Reply #12 on: September 23, 2005 03:19:43 PM »

mohawk beanies? brilliant.
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« Reply #13 on: October 05, 2005 06:12:38 AM »

I love this pattern!  It is so awesome.  Thanks for posting the directions.  I'm making one in the round for my brother who is a redhead and often sports a mohawk when he's on school vacation.  I thought this beanie would be fitting for him.   Wink

Anyway I'm having trouble when I come to purling with the fun fur.  I purl the 10 stitches and knit around and when I come back to do the next row of the same section my thread is on the far side so I have to pull it across so I can purl with it.  So every row has a cross wise piece of orange fun fur!  Did this happen with yours?  I'm a fairly new knitter so I didn't know if I was missing something.  Thanks!
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« Reply #14 on: October 05, 2005 10:14:05 AM »

I love this pattern!  It is so awesome.  Thanks for posting the directions.  I'm making one in the round for my brother who is a redhead and often sports a mohawk when he's on school vacation.  I thought this beanie would be fitting for him.   Wink

Anyway I'm having trouble when I come to purling with the fun fur.  I purl the 10 stitches and knit around and when I come back to do the next row of the same section my thread is on the far side so I have to pull it across so I can purl with it.  So every row has a cross wise piece of orange fun fur!  Did this happen with yours?  I'm a fairly new knitter so I didn't know if I was missing something.  Thanks!

That was the problem with going in the round. What I did was put the yarn behind the work and bring it to the front between the last knit stitch and the first purl stitch. If you really want to have a clean finish you can do some fancy needle work and slip the 10 purl stitches to your right needle and then bring the fun fur to the front slip a stitch back to the left needle, fun fur to the back slip a stitch back to the left needle until you have  all 10 purl stitches back on the left needle.
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« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2005 05:37:59 AM »

That was the problem with going in the round. What I did was put the yarn behind the work and bring it to the front between the last knit stitch and the first purl stitch. If you really want to have a clean finish you can do some fancy needle work and slip the 10 purl stitches to your right needle and then bring the fun fur to the front slip a stitch back to the left needle, fun fur to the back slip a stitch back to the left needle until you have  all 10 purl stitches back on the left needle.

 Cheesy Yeah right!  Cheesy I'm such a beginner knitter that I have no idea what you just wrote.  Wink  So far I'm putting the fun fur behind and bringing it forward to do the purling.  Might not be the prettiest but it'll be on the inside so won't be noticed. 

Thanks for the alternate directions though.  I appreciate your help.  Grin
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Jera
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2005 05:52:40 AM »

y little boy is going to sporting a mohawk.
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« Reply #17 on: October 06, 2005 07:06:17 PM »

The Mowhawk Beanies are tremendously fabulous, and the last hat is all sorts of awesome. Any way I could get my paws on a pattern for that last one?
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rhiandmoi
« Reply #18 on: October 07, 2005 01:11:36 PM »

I'm so glad people like the hats. My boyfriend is not into wearing knitted items so he is less than enthusiastic when I end up with a stockpile of items. Right now I have about 8 scarves left over from last holiday knitting season. I figure I'll send those to a clothing bank if they don't fnd their way into stocking stuffers for this year.
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