|The Tilden Park Scarf is an easy ruffled and ruched infinity scarf that adds a feminine touch to any outfit.|
Cheerio! Since Greaseball is in charge of guarding the Queen at Buckingham Palace, nothing I could do would make him crack a smile, not even the promise of catnip sticky pudding.
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• 45 yards of Jo-Ann Sensations Whisper in black
Note: worsted weight black yarn doubled with black eyelash yarn may be used instead, but you will need to cast on more stitches since the yarn will not be as stretchy.
• 1 US size 7 16 inch circular needles OR needle size needed to achieve gauge.
• 1 US size 7 circular needles, any length, OR needle size needed to achieve gauge
(US size 7 DPNs may also be used instead of 2 circular needles)
• 4 stitch markers
• Row counter
• Tapestry needle
Special Skills Needed
• Knitting in the round using two circular needles
• 4.5 stitches = 1 inch on US size 7 needles in stockinette stitch
Finished hat circumference is 10 inches
[ ] repeat instructions between brackets
co cast on
k2tog knit two stitches together
pm place marker
ssk slip one stitch knitwise, slip next stitch knitwise, then knit stitches together
Loosely CO 44 sts on one circular needle (needle A). Slip half of the stitches to the other circular needle (needle B). Join to knit in the round, placing a marker at that point so you know where the round begins.
Knit 11 sts, pm, knit 11 sts, pm, knit 11 sts, pm, knit to end.
Knit all sts until the hat measures 4 inches.
Decreasing Rounds: ssk after every marker. k next round.
Repeat Decreasing Rounds until 8 sts remain. Cut yarn, leaving a 6 inch tail.
Weave in all ends. Place the hat on your cat, and send me a picture!
Thanks to LadyPatsFan for the great hat idea!
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