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Mister or Missus Toque

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Mister or Missus Toque
Mister or Missus Toque
Mister or Missus Toque
Mister or Missus Toque
Mister or Missus Toque
Mister or Missus Toque

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round
  • kfb
  • pfb
  • twisted stitches
  • Judy's Magic Cast On
  • Magic Loop Method

Pattern Description:

Matching Mitten Pattern Coming Soon! This unisex toque is unique! It ranges in size from baby to man, is begun at the crown with Judys Magic Cast On and features cables that look like they run from the front of the hat, over the top, to the back. However, it is completely seamless and knit in the round! The cables are spunky and every knit stitch is through the back loop, making them pop. They are laid upon a background of reverse stockinette. The toque is intended to be deep and cover the ears. Mister or Missus was inspired by one of my daughters who would speak to her unborn sibling I my belly. We didnt know if he was a boy or girl and she had a cute little way of saying :Hello there Mister or Missus! What a perfect name for a hat that fits every gender and looks classic and fun all in one! Rating: Intermediate Techniques: Judys Magic Cast On, Magic Loop Method, kfb, pfb, twisted stitches, knitting in the round. NOTE: Please read through the pattern before printing and only print which chart you need :)

Gauge:

18sts & 28 rows = 4" (10cm) in reverse stockinette with larger needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • baby[toddler, child, teen, women's, men's]

Materials:

  • 70-150 yds worstd weight yarn
  • US 4 (3.5mm) circular needle, 24"+ in length
  • US 6 (4mm) circular needle, 24"+ in length
  • 4 stitch markers
  • blunt needle to weave in ends


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$4.00

Intermediate
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby
Hat
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I was 4 when my grandmother taught me to knit. I have since enjoyed all sorts of needle work; crochet, cross stitch, needlepoint, quilting. However, my love is knitting and designing seamless and ...

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