Updated: Nov 8, 2019
Today's pattern is a Knit Slipped Rib Slouch. I recently released the Crochet Knots Slouch pattern & Knit Mock Ribbed Slouch for Lion Brand's #HatNotHate campaign. I wanted to create a slouch that uses simple stitches. This one uses mostly knit, purl & slip stitches. It's an easy beginner's pattern for those that know the basics of knitting.
You can help support the cause by making and donating a blue hat by August 1st! Send all your hats to:
Lion Brand Co.
Hat Not Hate
140 Kero Road
Carlstadt, NJ 07072
If you don't know the basics, you can definitely check out my YouTube Channel for beginner's How to Knit Video Tutorials. Don't see what you need? Let me know and I'll add it to my list! There's so many videos out there, I know you will find the one that's right for you!
Please visit my Ravelry Shop if you would like to purchase the ad-free PDF pattern or save it in your Ravelry library! The PDF Pattern comes in 3 sizes Baby/Toddler (Child, Adult) so you can knit one up for the whole family! If you want in-between sizes, you can go up or down a needle size (8mm) to following one of the 3 sizes.
YARN: Lion Brand Hometown USA | Baltimore Bay
2 skeins | 128 yards
NEEDLES US 13/9mm & US 15/10mm 16” Circular Needles
St(s) – Stitch(es)
Rep – Repeat
P2tog – Purl 2 sts together
When slipping stitches, slip as if to purl with yarn held in back.
BRIM | 9mm Needles
p2, k1 around for 7 rounds.
BODY | US15/10mm Needles
Round 1-2: *p2, sl1. Rep from * around.
Round 3: *p2, k1. Rep from * around.
Rep rounds 1-3 until approximately 10 inches tall measuring from bottom of brim.
Use DPNs or the modified magic loop method (see video below)
Round 1: *p2tog, sl1. Rep from * around.
Round 2: *p1, sl1. Rep from * around.
Round 3: *p1, k1. Rep from * around.
Round 4-5: *p1, sl1. Rep from * around.
Round 6: *p1, k1. Rep from * around.
Round 7: *k2tog, p1, k1. Rep from * around.
Round 8: k1, *p1, k2tog. Rep from * until last 2 sts. End with p1, k1
Cut yarn leaving a long tail (approx. 12"). Weave through the remaining stitches as if to knit and close up. Weave in all ends.
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