Last year I whipped these up - in about 1/2 hour or so.  They are so fun and easy.  So, I thought I'd share the pattern with you.





MC: Worsted weight yarn - Red

SC: Puffy yarn (or worsted weight) - White

Needle size G



Ch 3 and join to form a circle

Row 1: In circle sc 6 times, join (6 sts)

Row 2: ch 1 turn, sc in each sc, join (6 sts)

Row 3 (increase): ch1 turn, 2 sc in each sc, join (12 sts)

Row 4-5: ch1 turn, sc in each sc, join (12 sts)

Row 6 (increase): ch1 turn, sc in first 3 sc, 2 sc in next st, *sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next st, repeat from * to end, join (15 sts)

Row 7: ch 1 and turn, sc in each sc around, finish off (15 sts)

Row 8: join second color with sl st, sc in same st and each st around, join (15 sts)

Row 9: ch 1 and turn, sc in each sc around, finish off. (15 sts)

Tuck in all ends and attach a hook to the top of the hat







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Comment by Rosilind Jukic on December 18, 2011 at 1:48am

They sure were a lot of fun to make.  a bell would be fun, too.  I may have to try that!!!

Comment by Diane Reiter on December 14, 2011 at 9:21am

CUTE pattern! These reminded me of the little bells my mom used to knit back way back when. they were much the same shape but they curled up around the bottom. She added a little sprig of holly to the top and a little jingle bell for the ringer inside. Loved 'em!

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