KID’S WIN­TER SET

Knit Today Magazine - - Kid's Winter Set -

Th­ese pom-pom hats from Rico have a se­cret, but you’ll have to wait un­til night­fall to find out what it is! Thanks to a strand of fine fi­bre­glass thread that you’d hardly no­tice in day­light, cre­ative Glüh­würm­chen from Rico re­flects when a light is shone on it, mak­ing what­ever you knit from it glim­mer and shine. This great hat de­sign also in­cor­po­rates one the stitches of the year – brioche stitch. It’s fan­tas­ti­cally sat­is­fy­ing to work and once you have the hang of it, can cre­ate some tremen­dous colour ef­fects. What­ever yarn you choose, have fun mix­ing and match­ing the yarns with con­trast­ing pom-poms, and watch as your lit­tle ones light up the night in this cool hat pat­tern!

HAT When count­ing stitches yos are not in­cluded.

Us­ing 6mm nee­dles and thumb method cast on 36 ( 38: 40) sts. Row 1 (RS): K1, sl1p, *sl1p from * to last 2 sts, p1, k1. Row 2 (WS): K1, sl1p, *sl1p wyif, yo, k2­tog (yo and 1 st), rep from * to last 2 sts, p1, k1. Add a pre-made fluffy pom-pom to your hat for a lux­u­ri­ous fin­ish

wyif, yo, k1, rep Row 2 forms brioche patt. Work­ing in brioche patt (through­out) cont un­til work mea­sures ap­prox 15 ( 16: 17)cm, 6 ( 6¼ :6¾) in.

Shape crown Row 1 (RS): K1, *k3­tog (not count­ing yo as sts), sl1p wyif, yo, rep from * to last 3 ( 1: 4) sts, and work the last two sts as fol­lows: First size: K2­tog [yo and 1 st], p1, k1. Se­cond size: K1. Third size: Sl1p wyif, yo, k2­tog [yo and 1 st], p1, k1. 20 ( 20: 22) sts Work 3 rows with­out dec. Row 5: K1, *k3­tog (not count­ing yo as sts), sl1p wyif, yo, rep from * to last 3 ( 3: 1) sts and work the last sts as fol­lows: First and se­cond size: K2­tog [yo and 1 st], p1, k1. Third size: K1. 12 sts Work 1 row with­out dec. Fas­ten off with a long tail and pull through re­main­ing sts to in­side.

tail

MAK­ING UP Join back seam. Cover with a clean, damp tea towel, pull into shape and leave un­til dry. At­tach pom-pom to top of hat. See ball band for fur­ther care in­struc­tions.

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