This hat knits up quick in one evening and would look great in any color!
I Loom Knit this hat for my oldest daughter to match a pea coat I bought her for Christmas.  It turned out so cute that I loomed her a matching pair of Boot Toppers to go with it.  Both items turned out really nice and I wanted to share the patterns with you!  I hope you like them as much as I do. #freeloomknittingpatterns #loomknitslouchhat #loomknitboottoppers #loomknitbootcuffpatterns #loomknithatpatterns

Finished Length:  9" but can be lengthened with blocking (if using natural fibers like wool) and assuming you are using similar weight yarns. #freeloomknittingpatterns #loomknitslouchhatpattern #loomknithat #loomknittingpatterns #loomknitstripedslouchhat #loomknitstripedhat


Lion Brand Yarn Jiffy in Silver Heather(5):  (1) Strand worked throughout project
Lamb's Pride Worsted in Charcoal Heather: (2) Strands worked throughout project
Yellow Round Knifty Knitter Loom
Knitting Tool
Crochet Hook


-Chain cast on 41 pegs with Charcoal Heather (using 2 strands as one).
-Knit 14 Rows (do not e-wrap)
-Reach down and fold up first row of stitches and place on pegs forming brim of hat. Knit together.
-e-wrap knit 3 Rows.
-Drop Charcoal but don't cut. Twist together with Silver Heather at the end of each row (do this throughout     the rest of the pattern)
-With Silver Heather (1 strand) e-wrap knit 4 rows/rounds.
-Change to Charcoal and e-wrap knit 7 rows.
-Change to Silver and e-wrap knit 4 rows.
-Change to Charcoal and e-wrap knit 7 rows.
-Change to Silver and e-wrap knit 4 rows.
-Move peg 1 to peg 2, peg 3 to peg 4, peg 5 to peg 6 and so on to decrease stitches. This will also give you   the star pattern at the end of the hat.
-Knit pegs with 2 loops together; don't use the working yarn. (you will have one extra peg: ignore this peg)
-Gathered bind off.

The back of the hat forms a pinwheel/flower pattern!

The matching boot cuffs pictured above with hat!

Enjoy Your New Hat. Thank You For Reading!

copyright, 2013, Nicole F. Cox,, all rights reserved.

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.   


Whistfull said...

For the 14 knit rows, is it a U wrap instead of the E wrap? Just want to make sure as I am still new at looking. Thank you!

Nicole F. Cox said...

Hello Whistfull, Yes you can use the U-Knit or the regular/true knit stitch for this portion of the pattern. Thank you for visiting the blog and Happy Looming!-Nicole

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