Men’s Vertical Stripe Hat

  • 41 peg loom
  • Yarn hook, tapestry needle & scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Choice of yarn *I used Loops & Threads Woolike in Charcoal & Navy*
  1. Cast-on all (wrapping each peg 1x)
  2. Flat Stitch the first round/row
  3. Rib Stitch (K1 (U-wrap),P1) with main color for 5 cm (this is the brim)
  4. Attach new color
  5. Knit (U-wrap) all pegs with main color
  6. Knit (U-wrap) all pegs with secondary color
  7. Purl each peg (alternating colors as you go) until you reach the desired length for your hat (peg #1 & #41 will be the same color)
  8. Once you’ve reached your desired length, cut the secondary color and attach it to the main color with a knot
  9. Knit 2 more rounds/rows with the main color and close your hat with the gathered method

    My Latest Creations

    Pretty in Gold Hat (girls)

    My daughter fell in love with this hat and wanted to walk around the house with it on. I used gold yarn on a 41 peg loom. There was no long thought out pattern, I just went off my creative mojo. I wish I had written down my steps, but I’m pretty sure I can duplicate again 😀.

    Baby Booties (My very 1st pair)

    I came across this tutorial and decided to give it a try. I love the pattern, but the yarn was a little difficult to work with. I think I’m going to give it a try once more with a different yarn. The pattern was simply Purl & Wrap/Knit and a 24 peg loom. Maybe I’ll make a matching hat and blanket the next time. 

    On to my next creation,

    Jay

    Slouchy Beanies

    The slouchy hats pictured above were made on a 41-peg round loom. The black and brown ones are similar in designed using the e-wrap stitch which is really easy and simple. I used two strands of yarn to prevent the hats from being thin and airy. The only variation with the multicolored beanie is the brim, in which I used the seed stitch (Knit 1/Purl 1) without breaking the sequence. 

    Children’s Cowl

    *This was made specifically for my daughter*

    Supplies used: 41 peg loom (or any size loom with at least 22 pegs); bulky yarn of choice; crochet hook & tapestry needle*I used black and cream yarn*

    1. Cast on 22 pegs (wrapping each peg 2x)
    2. Knit & Wrap each peg (rounds) until you reach a length of 50 cm
    3. Place the first set of loops back onto the loom and bring the bottom loop over the top loop for all 22 pegs
    4. Leave a long tail of yarn and bind off.