Free Pattern: Pixie Hat

free knitting pattern

This is for a newborn – 3 month old baby

The pattern has been tested by Tialys, pop across to see her beautifully stylish version made especially for her new great-nephew. Thank you Tialys!

Hat

Materials:

Stylecraft Special DK, Needles: Size 9 (3.75mm) and Size 8 (4mm)

Abbreviations:

yrn           yarn round needle

stst           stocking stitch

K2tog      knit two together

 

Starting at the rim of the hat, using Size 9 (3.75mm) needles and Lavender

Cast on 73sts

Next Row: K

Next Row: P1, (yrn, P2 tog) to the end.

Starting with a K row, work 6 rows of stst.

Change to no 8 needles and Cypress

Next Row: K

9 rows moss st.

Change to Meadow

Starting with a K row, work in stst

After two rows change to Pistachio

Continue in stst until work measures 9.5 cm (straighten out st st border to measure) ending with a P row.

Next Row: (K8, K2tog) to the last 3 sts, K3

Stst 3 rows

Next Row: (K7, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3.

Stst 3 rows

Next Row: (K6, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3.

Next row: P

Next Row: (K5, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3.

Next Row: P

Next Row: (K4, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3.

Next Row: P

Next Row: (K3, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3.

Next Row: P

Next Row: (K2, K2tog) to last 3sts, K3.                                  24 sts

Next Row: P

Next row (K1, K2tog) to last 3 sts, K3

Next Row: P

Shape Point

Next row: K5, K2tog, K3, K2tog, K5

Next Row: P

Next row: K3, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K2

Next Row: P

Next row K1, K2 tog, K2, K2tog, K2, K2tog, K1.         9sts

Next Row: P

Next row (K1, K2tog) x3

Next Row: P

Next row K2tog x 3

Next Row: P

Next row K3 tog

Break yarn and pull through leaving at least 15 cm for sewing up.

 

To Make Up

  1. Sew from the point to the rim in mattress stitch, working on the reverse side for the stst of the curled rim.

Copyright: Sandra Dorey

 

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I am happy for you to sell anything you make using my patterns. It would be great if you could credit me as the designer.

I’d love to see photos of what you make. You can tag them on Instagram.          #wilddaffodilpixie

Please respect my pattern, it is for your own use. Please do not pass it on to anyone else except by a link to this post – thank you.

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If you try the pattern I’d love to know how you get on. Feedback most welcome.

Would you like a Pixie Point Jacket to go with it?

Sweet Pea baby jacket and hat, Flower FairyHere is a link to the free pattern: Flower Fairy Jacket with Pixie Points

 

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25 responses to “Free Pattern: Pixie Hat

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  3. What a lovely little hat. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern xx

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  4. So cute! I expect they make newborns even more adorable. 🙂

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  5. Adorable! 🙂

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  6. You can take the ‘This pattern hasn’t been tested’ off now – because it has, by me 🙂

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  8. How I wish I had a baby to knit for – this is so cute!

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  9. Murtagh's Meadow

    Cute

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  10. How adorable that would look on a little head.

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  11. Certainly needs grey! This is super cute, roll on another baby for me to knit for…( Unlikely before you ask).

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    • I hope I’m never asked to make something in grey – you did so well!
      It hasn’t found a home yet – but I’m sure one of my children’s friends is sure to have a baby girl soon.

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  12. p.s. I suppose there’ll have to be some grey in there somewhere 🙄

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  13. 😊😁😃🙃
    I have multitudinous scraps of Stylecraft Special DK, needles and two great nieces on the way so thank-you for this cute pattern.
    Shouldn’t take long!

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