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« on: February 24, 2009 03:23:10 PM »

Everyone tells me I have a "Homeless Outfit" since I wear a variation of the same thing every day.
I made this hat to compliment my "outfit" and hide my gross hair.

It's ugly on purpose..

-The Pattern-

A Few Notes before we begin:
- There is NO Gauge- I used over 11 types of yarn in this pattern to bust my stash, so there is no gauge. I am sorry if that complicates things for you.
- The "pattern" for this hat is simply a guideline for it. I have included it so that you can see how it was done, but with the exception of all the color changes this pattern is incredibly simple so please modify as you see fit.
- I knit my hat to be about 7 inches before I began my decreases. If you make it longer, it will have more "slouch". (Please keep in mind that the decreases will add a little length too.)
- There are some Yarn Overs in the pattern, so please keep in mind if you don't want the holes in your hat, to remove those from the pattern and to knit the row as usual.

What You Need:
-Size 5 DPN's
-Yarn- Either One Skien or several
(Keep in mind- No Gauge due to the bulkier yarns used, but if you use on type of yarn, use worsted)

So....this is mostly random as but here is the  key of the colors I used and the order I used them in, if that makes it easier.
A- Color 1 ( Blue- with pink fun fur in it. yes. I know. Fun Fur is awful.)
B-Color 2 ( Fores Green)
C-Color 3 ( White)
D-Color 4 ( Brown)
E-Color 5 ( Blue)
F-Color 6 ( orange)
G- Color 7 ( Pink)
H- Color 8 { Next Three: Just peices of super chunky wool in weird colorways.)
I-Color 9
J- Color 10

How To:
1.   Cast on 75 st between the three DPN's with A
2.   *K2, P2 to make 2x2 Ribbing.
3.   *K2,P2
4.   *K2,P2
5.   *K2, P2
6.   *K2, P2
7.   * Change to color B, work in St st.
8.   * Change to color C, work in St st.
9.   *Work row in St st.
10.   * Work row in St st
11.   * Change to D, work in St st.
12.   *Work row is St.
13.   * Work row in St.
14.   * Work row in St.
15.   * Change to E, work in St st
16.   *Change back to D.  Yo, K2tg.( Still, only 75 st at the end of this)
17.   *Change to F. K every stitch.
18.   * Change to G, work row.
19.   *Change to B, work row
20.   *Change to E, work row
21.   * Using D and F, work 2stitches in each color all along the row. Take care to watch the floats.
22.   * Change to G, work row.
23.   * Change to H. Yo, k2tg
24.   *Change to B. K every stitch.
25.   *Change to E, work row.
26.   *Change to I, work row.
27.   * Change to F, work row.
28.   * Change to J, work row.
29.   * Yo, K2g
30.   *Switch to I, work row.
Start Decreases:
31.   * Using F, k 7 st K2tg.
32.   * Switch to H, K row.
33.   *Using E, k 6, K2tg
34.   * work row
35.   *Switch to B, K5, K2tg
36.   *Switch to E, K row
37.   * Switch to B, K4, K2tg
38.   * Work row.
39.   *Switch to E, K3, K2tg
40.   *Knit  row
41.   *K2, K2tg
42.   *Knit Row
43.   *K1, K2tg
44.   *K2tg
45.   * BO
« Last Edit: March 01, 2009 07:01:37 AM by colorxmexstupid7 » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2009 03:30:57 PM »

Great hat!  love the colour combi.
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2009 05:11:10 PM »

Nice! and the perfect title!  Totally something I'd see in happenin downtown Seattle.

« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2009 07:14:12 PM »

did you use a pattern by any chance? I'm looking for something just like that to make.
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« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2009 06:42:04 AM »

Actually- I made it up.
But, I can send it to you if you would like.


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« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2009 05:15:50 PM »

I would really appreciate it if you did, thank you. Cheesy
« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2009 02:23:38 PM »

It's not ugly, dear, it's eclectic!

I love the colours you used!
« Reply #7 on: February 28, 2009 10:39:33 AM »

I think it's gorgeous, reminds me of all the folk festivals I went to as a kid. I'd also love to see a pattern if you could post one!

i could be your teenage jenny agutter, swimming naked in a pond


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« Reply #8 on: February 28, 2009 03:08:11 PM »

I too, love love love it and wouldn't mind if you wanted to share the pattern. Smiley
« Reply #9 on: March 01, 2009 03:19:56 PM »

omg I love this hat... I don't think its ugly its cute n I love the colors...

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