I absolutely love this little hearts hat pattern! It is so adorable on babies and toddlers. And the great thing about this pattern is you can make it in any colour combination you like, and it will still look cute!
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- I used Lion Brand wool-ease thick and quick yarn. But you can use any super bulky yarn. Pick two colours. One for your main colour and one for the contrasting colour.
- This pattern is worked in multiples of 4.
- Knit in the round
10 sts x 15 row = 4″ x 4″
- 8mm (US 11) 16″ circular knitting needles
- 9mm (US 13) 16″ circular knitting needles
- 9mm DPN’s
- Lion Brand thick and quick two colours.
- Stitch marker
- Optional: pom pom
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- K- knit
- MC- main colour
- CC- contrasting colour
- K2tog- Knit two together
- * *-Repeat anything inside the asterisk until end of round
- DPN’s- Double pointed needles
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Knitting Pattern Little Hearts Hat
Using 8mm needles Cast on 40 stitches. Join in the round.
Brim of hat
Row 1-6: *k1, p1*
Body of hat
Switch to 9mm needles
Row 7: Knit with MC
Row 8: *K1 CC, K3 MC*
Row 9: Knit with MC
Row 10: K2 MC, K1 CC, *K3 MC, Knit1 CC* K1 MC
Row 11-22: Repeat rows 7-10
Row 23-24: Repeats rows 7-8
Knit the rest of the rows with MC
Row 25: *K2, K2tog*
Row 26: Knit
Switch to DPN
Row 27: *K1,K2tog*
Row 28: *k2tog*
Cut long tail and weave in the rest of the stitches remaining on the needles. Pull tight, weave in ends.
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