I increased my CO by 28 because of my guage so my cast on was 112 (which is in increments of 4 sts) If I divide this number of stitches by 6 I get 18 with 4 left oer so how do I just K@tog the last two stitches when I will hae four sts left?

Help! I am a DPN newbie and am confused by the final instructions. After getting to where I have 24 sts left it says "next three rounds decrease every row". But it doesn't say how many decreases should be made each row. I don't understand how I can go from 24 sts down to the final 6 as described in the last step. Thanks for any suggestions you can give. (PS - Also, I'm finding it really hard to continue working with 4 needles when there are so few stitches on each. Should I drop down to 3?)

Not sure if i missed something with this pattern but going from 84 stitches down to 24 in such a slow decrease pattern caused my hat to look like a smurf hat by time it was finished. I even skipped some of the knit rows to try and keep it smaller. Hat wasnt even wearable by the end, it looked to stupid.

Not sure if i missed something with this pattern but going from 84 stitches down to 24 in such a slow decrease pattern caused my hat to look like a smurf hat by time it was finished. I even skipped some of the knit rows to try and keep it smaller. Hat wasnt even wearable by the end, it looked to stupid.

I increased my CO by 28 because of my guage so my cast on was 112 (which is in increments of 4 sts) If I divide this number of stitches by 6 I get 18 with 4 left oer so how do I just K@tog the last two stitches when I will hae four sts left?

ReplyDeleteDoes this beanie have a folded brim? Hard to tell from the pictures. Thank you.

ReplyDeleteNo folded brim. But great pattern.

ReplyDeleteIm trying to find a pattern for some with a big head Ive got a 62 cm bonce 24 inches 13⁄32

ReplyDeleteThis pattern was written for a 24" head. Seems like it would work with the measurements you mentioned.

DeleteHelp! I am a DPN newbie and am confused by the final instructions. After getting to where I have 24 sts left it says "next three rounds decrease every row". But it doesn't say how many decreases should be made each row. I don't understand how I can go from 24 sts down to the final 6 as described in the last step. Thanks for any suggestions you can give. (PS - Also, I'm finding it really hard to continue working with 4 needles when there are so few stitches on each. Should I drop down to 3?)

ReplyDeletevery confusing,not written the pattern properly.

ReplyDeleteNot sure if i missed something with this pattern but going from 84 stitches down to 24 in such a slow decrease pattern caused my hat to look like a smurf hat by time it was finished. I even skipped some of the knit rows to try and keep it smaller. Hat wasnt even wearable by the end, it looked to stupid.

ReplyDeleteNot sure if i missed something with this pattern but going from 84 stitches down to 24 in such a slow decrease pattern caused my hat to look like a smurf hat by time it was finished. I even skipped some of the knit rows to try and keep it smaller. Hat wasnt even wearable by the end, it looked to stupid.

ReplyDeleteJust cast this hat on for the hubby. Loving it!

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