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Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial

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Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial
Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial
Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial
Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial
Concentric Hat & Jogless Joins Tutorial

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Jogless Joins, Tubular Bind Off, Knitting in the round, magic loop, knitting with two circular needles, knitting with DPNs,

Pattern Description:

This fun hat features concentric circles in two colors, worked from the top-down to snug your head and keep it warm in cold weather. There are quite a few possibilities of variation to give your concentric hat that personal touch. Hubby does not like anything complicated - make it in neutral colors; have someone vibrant in mind for a gift - make it in equally vibrant colors to compliment their persona; use more than two colors for your kids; vary the width of the circles to get a completely different look. The idea is to have fun!
And now a photo tutorial of the jobless joins technique is also included. This can be applied to knitting stripes of different colors or textures in the round.

Gauge:

22sts and 24 rows in stockinette st in 4" x 4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Preemie, Baby, Toddler, Child/ Teen, Adult, Large Adult

Materials:

  • DPNs and circular needles - US 8/ 5mm and US 6/ 4mm
  • Tapestry Needles to weave in ends
  • Stitch Markers
  • Row Counter
  • Worsted Weight yarn (Cascade 220) - 1 ball of each color or as per your choice. At max 300 yds depending on size


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Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Hat
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I started very young. Basic knit sts taught by my Ma and crochet sts by my aunt. Beyond that I am mostly self-taught. Started designing straight away. My first project ever, being a boat-neck sweater ...

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