Hier volgt het patroon voor mijn Basic Striped Hat in het Nederlands
Ik gebruikte een set van vier 4.0 mm naalden en Phildar Impact N°3 1/2 in de kleuren Lin en Jean's, dit is een sportgaren.
zet 104 steken op (Ik verdeelde mijn steken 40-40-24) brei *2 r, 2 av* tot ongeveer 4cm op de volgende ronde, wissel van kleur *5 r, brei in de voor en achterkant van de volgende steek* brei 7 ronden volledig recht *op de volgende ronde, wissel van kleur en brei 8 ronden volledig recht* herhaal 4 keer wissel van kleur; brei de volledige ronde recht *7 r, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *6 r, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *5 r, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *4 r, brei 2 st samen* wissel van kleur; brei de volledige ronde recht *k3, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *k2, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *k1, brei 2 st samen* brei de volledige ronde recht *brei 2 st samen*
Knip de draad door en haal hem met een naald door de overgebleven steken. Hecht af.
My striped hat is completed! I might or might not add a pom-pon sooner or later, I haven't decided on that yet. But for now it's done. You'll have to excuse me for the lack of an action shot, but I currently have a fever accompanied by a bad cold so I'm trying to avoid looking at my icky face at the moment.
When this hat was on the needles, it appeared to become a snug fit hat. But once it was blocked using a plate, it turned out big and slouchy, more like a beret. I really like it!
Pattern: co 104 sts (I divided mine 40-40-24) k2, p2 rib for 4 cm change color *k5, kfb* around on next row k all around for 7 rows *change color k all around for 8 rows* repeat 4 times change color; k all around *k7, k2tog* around k all around *k6, k2tog* around k all around *k5, k2tog* around k all around *k4, k2tog* around change color; k all around *k3, k2tog* around k all around *k2, k2tog* around k all around *k1, k2tog* around k all around *k2tog* around
Cut yarn, leaving a long tial. Thread yarn through the remaining stitches and pull to close hole. Weave in ends, block and enjoy!
It might have been quiet over here at my blog but it hasn't been quiet on the knitting front! Knitting? You mean that one craft that this blog is supposed to be all about but that you have neglected for so long? Yes indeed I do! I'm currently working on three new projects; two knits and one crochet. I'll introduce them in chronological order.
First up is the One Row Handspun Scarf. Except mine isn't made from handspun, since I don't spin. Instead I'm using ArtesanoInca Cloud that was RAKed to me earlier this year. I plan on giving this scarf to my uncle, the only other person besides myself and my son that I knit for, because I really seems to appreciate it. I've knit him a scarf around the time when I first started knitting, back in 2004 it was, I believe, and he is still wearing it. So yeah, I guess it's time for a new one! I don't know why the picture of the scarf is so blurry. Either I really do have a crappy camera like my boyfriend said or I need some photography classes a.s.a.p. I'll put my money on the latter.
Secondly is a striped hat. It's my own made up pattern and I can't wait to see how it will fit. It's made of some acrylic I found in the old stash that I had left at my parents when I moved out.
And last, but not least, I'm working on the Hexagon Boot Slippers! I'm very excited about these and I sure hope they will fit my big feet! I'm using two colors of Aunt Lydia's Heavy Rug Yarn and another unknown acrylic. These yarns were RAKed to me as well. I'm having a horrible time working with the lightest color though. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I have enough to complete the six hexagons with it and it's cut up in so many pieces! No wonder they discontinued this yarn! But I shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth :)
Hopefully one or two or three of these projects will be complete and ready to show off in my next post.