This cute little pixie hat has a scarf attached to it, which allows you (your little ones) to wear it in many different ways. It's designed by our staff, Miyoko, using one skein of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino DK.
It's perfect for a last minute holiday gift!
Pixie Scarf Hat
Design by Miyoko Cancro
This super cute pixie hat is easy to knit and keeps children warm in cold days.
The attached scarf makes it even easier to wear. It's long enough to tie or wrap around your child’s neck. Just wear as a scarf and keep the hoodie in the back. Kids won’t loose it!
YarnMadelinetosh Tosh DK 225yds/206m Appx100g (100% merino wool) : 1 skein
Sample shown in Norway Spruce.
32” circular needle or longer or stright needles (Optional)
Or needle to obtain gauge
20 sts x 30 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in Stockinette stitch after blocking
3~12 months(1~3 years old, 4~8 years old)
The models are 5 years old and 3 years old, wearing Kid size.
Hat deepth (Front edge to back of head) 6(7,8)”/15(18,20)cm
Tapastry needle, another US7(4.5mm) needle for 3 needle bind off (Optional)
Double seed stitches :
Row1 : *K1, P1; Rep * to end.
Row2 : Rep row1.
Row3 : *P1,K1; rep * to end.
Row4 : Rep row3.
Note: Hat and scarf are knitted in one piece. Work flat from front to back of the hat. Then graft the back seam. Scarf is knitted flat after stitches are picked up from bottom of the hat.
Using US7(4.5mm) circular needle, CO 68(78,88) sts.
Work Double seed stitches for 8(10,12) rows.
Work stockinette stitch (K on RS and P on WS) until hat measures 6(7,8)”/ 15(18,20)cm from CO.
Separate all live stitches equally in half. Pull excessive cable out of the way and move stitches to both tips of circular needle. (Or Move stitches to 2 streight needles.)
Cut yarn, leaving a 20” (50cm) tail.
Fold the hat in harf and graft the stitches together, using Kitchener stitch or 3 needle bind off. (This invisable seam is going to be center back of the hat.)
Using US7(4.5mm) circular needle with Cable cast on, CO 80(90,100) sts.
Note: The length of the scarf is your prefarence. If you want a longer scarf for your baby, follow bigger size. 100 sts(20”) will make it long enough to wrap around and tie in front.
With RS facing, pick up and knit 44(52,60) sts from bottom edge of the hat. (I picked up every other row from the hat.)
CO 80(90,100) sts again with Cable cast on. You should have even number of stitches.
Work Double seed stitch until scarf width measures 2”(5cm) or until your desired width.
BO in pattern.
Weave in ends. Block lightly and wear!
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