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Ginny Weasley’s Goblet of Fire Hat

© GoldfishGirl

Supplies

Red Heart Super Saver, Carrot #256
Leftovers of Lion Brand Landscapes
Leftovers of Red Heart Super Saver, Burgundy #376
16” US7 (4.5 mm) circular needles

Instructions

Cast on 90 stitches.

Join in round and knit 3 rounds in garther stich (k 1 row, p 1 row).

Knit 4 rounds.

Eyelet round: k3 k2tog, k2, k2tog repeat to end of round.

Note from the crafty witches: A crafter tried this pattern and suggested it would be better to knit the eyelet rounds like this: k3, k2tog, yarn over, k2tog

Knit 4 rounds.

Garter stitch for 3 rounds.

Knit 4 rounds.

Eyelet Round.

Knit 4 rounds.

Garter stitch for 3 rounds.

k7 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

k6 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

k5 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

Knit one round.

Eyelet round.

Knit 1 round.

k4 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

k3 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

k2 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

Garter Stitch for 3 rounds.

k1 k2tog repeat to the end of the round.

k2tog for two rounds.

Finishing

Keep remaining stitches on needle.

Break yarn to bout 10 inches long. Thread it through the remaining stitches twice, tie off.

Weave in ends.

Thread contrasting yarn through eyelets.

Tie a bow on the lowest round, and square knots one wrong side of the hat in the rest.

Final Product

Ginny Weasley's Goblet of Fire Hat

Credit

GoldfishGirl’s pattern was taken with permission from craftster.org.

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