Monday, October 14, 2013

Doctor Who - K-9 Beanie - Knitting Pattern


A while ago someone asked me for a K9 Beanie.... And it's fair to say that I had no clue how to do this. But, I've given it a shot. It has turned out pretty well in the end.

The size is for a teen.



You will need:
4mm needles
5mm needles
Grey and red dk yarn

K9 Beanie

Cast on 88 on 4mm in grey
K2, p2 rib over the next 12 rows.

Change to 5mm needles
Stst 6 rows
Knit 30 grey, knit 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, knit 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, purl 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, purl 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, knit 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, purl 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, knit 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, knit 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, purl 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, knit 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, purl 28 red, knit 30 grey
Purl 30 grey, knit 28 red, purl 30 grey
Knit 30 grey, purl 28 red, knit 30 grey

Stst 12 rows

K3, k2 together over the whole row
Purl
K2, k2 together over the whole row
Purl
K1, k2 together over the whole row
Purl
K2 together over the whole row
Purl
K2 together over the whole row
Cut yarn, leaving 30cm, thread all stitches onto the yarn, pull to tighten


Ears x 2
Cast on 7 on 4mm needles
Stst 6 rows
K1 front and back, K1 front and back, K1 front and back, k1, K1 front and back, K1 front and back, K1 front and back
Stst 6 rows
K2 tog, k2 tog, k to the last 4 stitches, k2 tog, k2 tog

Stitch up the back of the hat.
Attach ears to the top of the hat, rolling the ear stem bit into a tube before attaching.

Stitch on a red circle on top of the red striped area.

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