FOX HAT

Simply Knitting - - Animal Hat And Snood -

Note Be­fore cast­ing on, wind off two small balls of Yarn A, one small ball of Yarn B, and one small ball of Yarn C. These will be used for the colour blocks at the bot­tom of the hat. To work the colour blocks, first cast on as stated be­low in the sep­a­rate colours. As you work in the colour blocks, en­sure that the blocks are joined by cross­ing the pre­vi­ous work­ing yarn over the new work­ing yarn on each row. When you neaten off the ends of yarn as you sew up the hat, make sure to neaten off the cast-off edge be­tween colour changes. Cast on 20 ( 23: 25: 26) sts us­ing 4mm nee­dles and Yarn A; cast on 40 ( 42: 46: 52) sts us­ing 4mm nee­dles and Yarn B; cast on 20 ( 23: 25: 26) sts us­ing 4mm nee­dles and Yarn A. [80 ( 88: 96: 104) sts] Keep­ing the colour changes as set, work sin­gle rib as foll: Row 1 ( WS) *K1, P1; rep from * to end. Re­peat Row 1, 4 more times. Change to 5mm nee­dles and stock­ing stitch (1 row knit, 1 row purl) and work Chart in the ap­pro­pri­ate size as foll: Row 1 K20 ( 23: 25: 26) in Yarn A, work Row 1 of Chart for your size, K20 ( 23: 25: 26) in Yarn A. Row 2 P20 ( 23: 25: 26) in Yarn A, work row 2 of Chart for your size, P20 ( 23: 25: 26) in Yarn A. Cont in patt as set un­til Chart has been worked Cont in st st in Yarn A only un­til work mea­sures 12 ( 14: 15: 16.75) cm.

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