Knitted Blue Bell Hat

Introducing the Blue Bell Hat, a cozy and stylish accessory that will keep you warm and fashionable during the colder months. This beautifully crafted hat is made using the art of knitting, ensuring a high-quality and durable product. The intricate design features a combination of different shades of blue, creating a stunning visual appeal that will complement any outfit. The knitted texture provides a soft and comfortable feel, making it perfect for those chilly days when you want to stay snug and cozy. Whether you're heading out for a casual stroll or attending a formal event, this hat is versatile enough to suit any occasion. Its unique design and vibrant blue hues make it a standout piece that will turn heads wherever you go. So, why settle for a plain hat when you can elevate your style with the Knitted Blue Bell Hat? 

Blue Bell Knit Hat

K2tog = knit two together
K = knit
Hometown USA Lion Brand
Needle 16″ size 11 circular
10 st/4″
Note: the gauge and the needle size are tighter and smaller than the label on the yarn indicates. (That makes for a better hat.) Please check and do a gauge swatch to make sure your hat will fit.

Cast on 44 stitches. Join in the round being careful not to twist.
Knit 6″ (measured with the roll in it. That was 21 rows for my hat)
*k2tog, K 2* all the way around (32)

K one round
*K2tog K 2* around (24)
K1 round (24)
*K2tog K1*K1 (18)
(At this point, it is getting too tight to continue on 1 16″ circular. Either move to double points or K12 onto 1 circular needle and 12 onto a second circular)This is the plain K round
*K2tog K1* (12)
*K2tog* (6)
Cut the yarn leaving at least 12 inches of tail. Thread the yarn through a tapestry needle, and run the needle through the remaining 6 stitches, taking them off the needles. It should be a beautiful star/flower at the top of the hat now. Run the yarn through the loops in the same place one more time for extra strength, then weave in the end on the inside of the hat. On the bottom edge, weave in the tail. Note here that you want to weave in the tail on the KNIT side of the project, because the roll bottom makes the purl side the right side. Weave the tail in, hiding it in the knit stitches.

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