LOOM KNIT DR SEUSS HAT

Fun Cat in The Hat inspired Loom knit Hat...


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After making my loom knit bows the other day, I started thinking about a project where I could incorporate them.  I remembered that the Cat in The Hat always wears a bow tie.  I think Dr. Seuss is a special memory for most kids so I thought it would be fun to loom knit a hat with that theme. Originally I planned on putting the bow under his chin in the front but then realized that although it would look cute in a picture, it probably wouldn't be fun to wear.  I decided to add it to the back of the hat.  I think it fits there perfectly.  I have to admit that my Cat in The Hat's face looks a little naughty so if you want a happier version just widen his mouth and bring up the sides of his mouth higher.  This hat is pretty stretchy so I think it would fit kids to adult.  I would just shorten it for a child unless it's going to be used as a costume.  We spend every Halloween with my young nephews so I'm thinking about wearing it next year as the start to my Halloween costume!

What you'll Need:


Green Knifty Knitter Loom (or other size loom, measure head carefully)
Knitting Tool
Crochet Hook
Medium Pom Pom Maker (green)
1 Skein Lion Brand, Hometown USA #6     Color: New York White
1 Skein Lion Brand, Hometown USA #6     Color: Tampa Spice
1 Skein Lion Brand, Hometown USA #6     Color: Black
1 Skein Charisma Baby                           Color: Aqua

Pattern:



  1. Chain cast on with 2 strands (used as one) Aqua
  2. Knit (1) row
  3. e-wrap cast on white
  4. e-wrap knit with white (10) rows
  5. cast on with red
  6. knit (1) row
  7. Rib Stitch (12) rows (k1,p1,k1,p1, repeat)
  8. Fold up brim by placing 1st red row of stitches on loom.
  9. knit 
  10. cast on white
  11. e-wrap knit 3 rows in white
  12. cast on red
  13. e-wrap knit (3) rows in red
  14. cast on white
  15. e-wrap knit (3) rows in white
  16. cast on red
  17. e-wrap knit (3) rows
  18. bind off
  19. Turn hat inside out.
  20. flatten hat and sew straight line along top of hat.
  21. Turn right side out.
  22. Sew on face with black yarn using photo as reference.
  23. Split (1) strand of black yarn in half and sew on whiskers.
  24. make bow and attach it to the back of the hat. Directions can be found here:  Loom knit bow directions
  25. Make (2) pom poms with medium pom pom maker.
  26. attach pom poms to hat.



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Disclaimer:  I have made every effort to ensure that these instructions are accurate and complete.  I cannot, however, be reponsible for human error, typographical mistakes, or variations in individual work.  I am not a professional pattern writer.  Although these patterns have been tested by me, they are still considered test patterns because they have not been done by a large group of knitters. They are being shared free for this reason.  Please knit these patterns at your own risk.

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