Spiral Rib Hat

Spiral Rib HatThe baby hat is done! I’m not sure what size baby it will fit, of course. It might work for a newborn if the ribbing is folded up around the bottom. Otherwise, it’s pretty stretchy and will probably work for next winter too.

Pattern: Frog Monkey’s Spiral Rib Hat

Yarn: Sublime Extra Fine Merino Wool DK, color 0007, 1 ball

Needles: US6 DPNs

Comments: My spiral went the opposite way of the one shown in the pattern. I’m not sure whether that was me or the pattern – I started it several times with a different number of stitches, and I probably wasn’t looking at the pattern instructions by the time I got to the last cast-on. I noticed that the spiral was going the other way, but didn’t really think it would matter – but when I got to the decreases at the top, I had to reverse them so that they’d spiral in the same direction as the rest of the hat. (Instead of doing “PSSO, then knit x stitches”, I did “knit x stitches and then K2tog”.)

Anyway, it’s a cute little hat and went pretty quickly. And here it is with the kimono, which finally has buttons!
Hat and Kimono

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7 Responses to Spiral Rib Hat

  1. Lark says:

    It’s squeezably soft even in the picture–what a charming set! Lucky baby.

  2. Kim says:

    What a lucky baby! I agree with Lark, very squeezable looking!

  3. margene says:

    They make a very fine duo!

  4. Chris says:

    Cute! I’m still pondering the spiral… Maybe the pattern was designed for south of the Equator.

  5. carrie says:

    Wow, I love that baby set. It’s so pretty. Nice work!

  6. Cathy says:

    Those are so cute together! Not sure why the spirals went the other way, but it turned out neat.

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