Also this website and your YouTube posts are amazing! This is a good practice for any pattern when possible. I have a soft micro fiber yarn do you think it will be good for this? The pattern said repeat rows 20 to 26, but that comes to 53 rounds if fully repeated. Terri January 11, at
Here is a resource that will help you with that question even when the hat is different: I am new to loom knitting and love your tutorial videos. I am having trouble with the slouchy hat one. I can not figure out how to mark my loom. Can you please help?! Hi Amy, sorry for the delay in responding.. But if you still want to dive in and tackle this one well, I am adding my markers according to task — last one first and first on last so I could remove them easily. So the last set of markers was for my ribbed brim in one color and then so on and so on.
I figured out how to close the hat on my previous project, but I was wondering about the other end — the piece of yarn that is left from the beginning of the hat when I cast on.
Hi Laryssa, in my last answer I was referring to the left over yarn that was used as a slip knot. Thread the working yarn through a yarn needle and weaving feed it through the stitches on the inside of the hat. I will look for a video where I do this at the end and return with a link for you. Thank you for responding. The strand of yarn attached to my very first stitch, which was slip knotted to the starter peg. Just for you, I included Weaving in the ends on my new video. This is my first knitting project and I just got a touch confused after the first 13 rows.
Should I make the last peg a knit peg and have three knits together? Is three purls together okay? Or should I make the last five 2k, 1p, 1k, 1p before the pattern starts over. Hi Eleanor, first… there is no wrong answer for this question of pattern adjustment. All the options you know are ok, I prefer to have at least 1 purl stitch on each side of the knits..
Hope that helps, denise. Hi Melody, did you look at the video. I go into detail as to how I marked the loom. Let me know if you need more information. Hi Melody, Sorry it was a long time ago that I did the pattern and the video. Ok, let see if this helps some — in the supply list I mention the rubber band stitch markers — here are my notes: The top red row I removed when I was done knitting the border… see the picture for a visual.
I love your tutorials. They are easy to follow. I just have trouble with marking my loom for your slouchy cable pattern. Could you explain how to mark my loom to do the slouchy cable pattern, please? Hi Stephanie, I explain how to mark the loom in the video. Scroll to the bottom of the post and you will find the video.
I was using the 41 pegs loom. I actually finished my hat and I just made another one for me son. Awesome — My son is the cutie in the picture. He loves that hat.
Works well for boys and men. I love to hear how folks use my designs. Could this hat be adjusted for a baby? You say it needs to be at least 40 pegs but could I move down to a smaller loom if I want it for a newborn? Yes you can use a 24 or 31 peg loom. Adjust the number of rows. Here is a size chart: Hi Teresa, Yes you continue the pattern all around the loom — Depending on the number of pegs you might have to change the last few. Thank you so much for all your work with your videos and posts, they are incredibly helpful!
Would you please explain this further, or point me to a video or something where you do it? Hi Johana, I have a post with a video on how to knit with 2 strands. I have started this hat on a Martha Stewart loom with 48 pegs but it seems very loose.
I was wondering if it would work better on my KB all-n-one loom? How many pegs would I need to use on this loom? Could you let me know the length of the hat you made in inches? Thank you so much for your help! First of all I just wanted to say thank you!
I have learned how to loom knit in these past few weeks thanks to your tutorials! Hi Annie, Glad you liked the hat. As far as the slip knot … with a yarn needle weave it into the inside of the hat going upwards. This is my first time attempting the cable knit hat. I am a bit confused as to how you placed your markers. I was not able to understand from the video watched it several times or from the pattern you provided. Delphia, skip the part about marking the loom — watch the knitting and go one part at a time — pausing the video when necessary… that should help the process.
Hi Denise, I have a question about your slouchy hat. I am going to try to do two, one cable one not. I noticed above that you recommend wool and I believe you also mentioned wool blend. I would like have these hats washable.
And I need to stay in a everyday hobby store yarn price. Do you know if the wool blends are washable and if not, is there another yarn that can give good hat that is washable?. These hats will go to my 18yr old foster grandsons. Oh I guess I have more than one question. For one hat, will one skein work or do I need two. Would that be 4,5 or 6? I have been away from looming for a few years. I have to unpack all my notebooks and try to relearn my old skills Thank you, Denise for any help on this.
I really appreciate it. And I appreciate all you do. Videos are a miracle, though Isela had them on her blog back in the day. Now, everything known to loom knitting land and more Is available to help us. You are a part of this creative, teaching side and share what you know to us.
Hi Linda — sorry about the delay…Thanks so much for all the kind words. Thanks so much for the awesome pattern!! I would suggest doing a Google image search of a slouchy hat with cables.
You will find the option to change your regular Google search to an image search by click the word that you will find under the search bar — where you enter the keywords and URLs you will see the words, Web Images Shopping Videos More.
Hi Beccy, I love photos you can email them denise loomahat. I bought Paton Classic wool-worsted. I think maybe I should use 2 strands as it looks kind of thin. By the way I love this site and your videos. You explain everything in a way that I can understand. I am a little on the klutzy side with knitting but I love it anyway. Hi Tippi, trying to see how I can help without seeing the hat up close in my hands.
And you say you want to add a second strand of yarn- remember that this will make the hat thicker and if you use the same number of stitches it will make it longer. This is a good practice for any pattern when possible. Hi Denise, I am working on my second hat using the 60 peg large yellow knifty knitter. It looks about the right length now, but according to the pattern I need to knit about 20 more rows.
The hat will be down to my knees if I keep going. Am I obviously I am doing something wrong? Also, keep in mind that slouchy look abnormally long until you put them on. This is my first looming attempt and I am using the 41 peg loom.
However I am from South Africa and judging by the pictures and your video it seems that on the loom I am using the pegs appear to be further apart than on your loom. As a matter of fact the loom fits completely over my head and rests on my shoulders. Will this size still be correct to make the hat or should I rather opt for a 36 peg loom?
Just trying to catch up. The 36 gives a snug fit to an adult hat. I did the chain cast on but the bottom of my hat curls extremely outward. How do I avoid this to get a flat brim? About your question — A loom knit brim will curl with the chain cast-on unless you use a stitch for your border like a Rib Stitch or a Garter stitch or you can fold the brim.
If you want to see how to do a folded brim: Here is a link to a Stitch Guide: I am not sure what you mean by using a stitch for the border, could you explain that further? I would prefer not to fold the brim. Do you have any tutorials on how to do brimless hats? This hat does not have a folded brim — it has a Single Rib Stitch brim — the pattern for that stitch is just Knit 1, Purl 1.
If needed click the links for patterns and video tutorials of the different stitches. On a round loom with 36 pegs doing the 2 k, 2 p, 1 k, 2 p, on the last 6 pegs will it look funny with 2 p, 2 k, 2 p? Depending on the yarn — you barely notice. I try to keep the knits between purls — be it 1k or 2k. Note that with a 36 peg loom you will get more of a beanie then a slouchy if the hat is for an adult. Here is my email denise loomahat. My personal preference is to always put a knit K in the middle of purls p.
Because the knit shows up better that way. So lets answer your three rows. The 41 peg loom is the correct size for a slouchy. The Rib Stitch tightens the brim to your head and changing the stitch after the brim is what creates the slouch.
Hope that makes sense. First of all, I want to thank you very much for this video and pattern, I love it! Only you know if 60 rows is good or not because you have the loom and your yarn in your hand. So here is how you find the answers to your question. The second question is how many rows do YOU have to do to get an inch.
So knit a few rows then measure until you get an inch. Just remember that the brim and the hat are different stitches and you need to measure them separately. Click Here On this post you will find other peoples questions — that might help too.
Let me know if you still have questions. No problem I will try to explain it differently. This is my second attempt at this hat.. My first came out a smurf hat!! My only question is, my hat looks too open. Like the spaces in between the cable stitch look too far apart. Yours looks tight and together.
Then I thought maybe my yarn was too thin.. If you want the stitch tighter with your current loom try using two strands of yarn as one. Hope this helps, denise. Are you saying I should double wrap or use two separate skeins at once?? Both options will work — just not at same time. You can double warp each peg or you can use two separate skeins. You can also take one skein and pull from two places. The aim is to get 4 loops on each peg and pull the two button over the two loops on top when you knit.
I hope that helps, if not — let me know. You can ask me as many times as necessary. Your videos and patterns are awesome. One question does the slipknot go on the anchor peg or the first peg in the loom? I am using a 41 peg loom. Also my Patons yarn seems thinner than what you used in the video.
Is there another yarn you recommend that would have the same thickness as yours? Hi Terri, Thank you for the complement. To do the Chain Cast on you can put the slip knot on the first peg — or on the crochet hook itself but not the anchor peg. As far as the yarn — you should try to stick to wool or wool blends.
Hiya, I made a 66 peg loom so that I can have ago at loom knitting. I really want to make this hat! Also this website and your YouTube posts are amazing! It must take you ages to do all of this! Thank you so much and thank you for keeping it free- wool is so expensive in England. Borderline cruel and cowardly.
Anyway, let me stop… about your loom — great to know you made one! Would love to see that. I want to do a post about handmade looms. Put if you ever want to buy them, Amazon and eBay ship to you in England. I made two of these hats and had yarn left over.
This was my first time doing the cable pattern. Looming about a year and have made socks, hats and scarfs. The video was one of the best I have seen online. Thank you for the very helpful website. You can use the counter and save the file. This way if you have multi projects on the go you can name each file according to the project, save it and come back to it later.
What is the name of the counter app you downloaded. There are so many that I want to choose the best. I am on the third hat in this pattern!
How easy that is! Thanks so much for the great pattern and tutorial. I am using a peg Darice loom; I do the series of 7 stitches 5 times and the last is 6 stitches, ending with a purl stitch. Any additional advice you have about adjusting the pattern rows to different numbers of loom pegs would be greatly appreciated!! Again, thanks so much for these great patterns!!! I just LOVE these two patterns, and want this to be my very next project.
Thanks so much for sharing them!! I do have a question. How do you make this work on those rows?? Thanks for your help!!! Thanks Linda, yes you will need to make adjustments to the last few stitches depending on the number of pegs on your loom. Just make note of the fact that when you adjust the pattern at the end of the row make sure to have Purl stitches on either side of a Knit stitch.
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I got tired and confused reading it. Tom February 3, at 7: Denise Canela February 4, at 7: Denise Canela February 8, at 9: Marlene Lee January 23, at Kim Melikian January 21, at 1: For the KB All-n-One loom 80 pegs will the pattern be the same. Denise Canela January 21, at 9: Angelina January 9, at Denise Canela January 12, at 9: Miranda January 4, at Denise Canela January 5, at 8: Hi Denise, I made the slouchy hat for my husband but now my 5 year old Son wants the same hat.
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If not what number should I use? Denise Canela November 14, at 9: Brittany November 9, at 1: Denise Canela November 10, at Brittany November 10, at 3: Denise Canela November 11, at 9: Ericka Darrington November 8, at 3: Denise Canela November 8, at 4: Marquee November 5, at 8: I have a story about the Slouchy Cable Hat I recently made!
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