Super Bulky Hat Knitting Pattern- a cozy and colorful hat that can be knit in a few hours! Ideal for beginners.
This super bulky hat is sure to keep you warm even on the most frigid days. It’s knit using 100% acrylic super bulky yarn. The base of the hat is knit on circular needles and the crown is shaped with simple decreases using double point knitting needles. This hat features a ribbed brim and a big, fluffy pom pom.
Chunky knitting patterns are so satisfying because they are perfect for cold weather and they knit up amazingly fast! I was able to complete this project in 2 hours. This hat would make a great gift this holiday season.
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Super Bulky Hat Knitting Pattern
Size: Women’s one size fits most
Also needed: extra large pompom maker
With the red yarn, cast on 40 stitches. Join ends together and place a marker. Work in K2, P2 ribbing for 3 1/2 inches.
Knit every round until the piece measures 7 inches from the beginning.
Cut yarn and switch to the white yarn.
Round 1: *K5, k2tog, rep from * around (36 sts)
*Switch to double point needled (dpns) when necessary
Round 2: Knit across round.
Round 3: *K4, k2tog, rep from * around (30 sts)
Round 4: Knit across round.
Round 5: *K3, k2tog, rep from * around (24 sts)
Round 6: Knit across round.
Round 7: *K2, k2tog, rep from * around (18 sts)
Round 8: Knit across round.
Round 8: *K1, k2tog, rep from * around (12 sts)
Round 9: Knit 2 together across round.
Break the yarn and thread through the remaining stitches. Pull to tighten and secure. Weave in loose ends.
Make and attach pom pom. If you need help making pom poms, be sure to check out my How to Make a Perfect Pom Pom Every Time tutorial!
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