Craftster Unswap Pattern: Micro Preemie Roll Brim Hat

Made this especially for the Craftster Unswap.. There’s still time to join in 🙂 This hat is extremely tiny. It’s for babies that are born way too soon and pass away. This is for a baby that weighs under a pound.

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Micro preemie Roll Brim Hat by Liana M. Seda is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.preciousawakening.org.
Yarn I used was Caron Simply Soft
US 5 double pointed needles
Gauge isn’t important.

Cast on: 40 stitches Divided between 3 needles
Join the row
Knit 2 inches then..
Knit 6 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit 5 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit 4 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit 3 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit 2 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit 1 and Knit2together repeat across row.
Knit2together until you have only one stitch one your needle cut your yarn. With a needle thread your yarn pull through that last stitch, then make a knot and your done.

Hope I wrote it right.

Soy Escuchando: mewithoutyou – Carousels

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6 Responses to “Craftster Unswap Pattern: Micro Preemie Roll Brim Hat”

  1. You will want to cast on 40 stitches not 39, or the first decrease row will be wrong 🙂

  2. Thank -You for this darling hat pattern …I love it.

  3. I am new to knitting. Can this sweet hat be flat knit using only 2 needles?
    Thank you!

    • I suppose you could, I’m no good on figuring out how exactly. It might be easier to just find a pattern for a roll brim hat that is knit flat. Try looking on Ravelry.

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