Witch hat knitting pattern

Witch hat knitting pattern DEFAULT

Another easy project to knit for a DIY Halloween costume: This witch/wizard/warlock hat is ideal for beginners: It’s knitted flat, and if you know how to knit and purl, you can do it!

The witch/wizard/warlock hat comes in many sizes (1 year to adult).

First, we’ll knit a triangle, starting from the base, decreasing gradually to form the point of the hat.

Then we’ll sew up lengthwise and close the cone.

To finish the hat we’ll sew up part of the base toward the inside of the cone, to form the brim. If you like it wider, knit more rows before the decrease section.

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Materials

2 x 5 mm – US 8 knitting needles #ad

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100 gr (3.53 oz) – 250 gr (8.2 oz) black wool Worsted, Afghan, Aran (Medium or number 4). We’ll knit with 2 strands of yarn at a time to make the hat more robust.

1 x Tapestry needle This set is very handful: from socks yarn weight up to bulky yarn, you can sew up every project you knit!) #ad

1 x Measuring tape #ad

1 x Scissors #ad

Gauge

16 stitches and 20 rows in Stockinette stitch using two strands of yarn at a time =10 cm / 4 in.

Please knit a swatch and check your gauge before starting: If you get more stitches to the inch, you need to go up a needle size. If you get fewer stitches, go down a needle size.

Sizes and Measurements (head circumference)

1-3 years: 47 cm/18.5 in (100 gr of yarn)

4-10 years: 50 cm / 19.7 in (150 gr of yarn)

12-16 years: 53 cm / 20.87 in (200 gr of yarn)

Adults: 55-60 cm / 21.65 – 23.62 in (250 gr of yarn)

Abbreviations

CO: Cast on

st: Stitch

K: Knit

P: Purl

K2tog: Knit two stitches together

BO: Bind off

Wizard Warlock hat free knitting pattern and tutorial

How to knit a witch/wizard hat for Halloween

The pattern is written for ages 1-3 years (other ages instructions are in parenthesis, highlighted in blue [for 4-10 years], orange [for 12-16 years], green [for adults]).

Choose the size you want to knit and follow the instructions for your color.

Brim

CO 72 st (80,8896)

Knit 14 rows (161820) in Stockinette st (Knit across every odd row; purl across every even row).

Decrease section 1

Row 15: *K6, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight section 1

Row 16: Purl across

Knit 18 (20,22,24) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 2

Next row: *K5, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 2

Next row: Purl across

Knit 4 (6,8,10) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 3

Next row: *K4, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 3

Next row: Purl across

Knit 4 (6,8,10) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 4

Next row: *K3, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 4

Next row: Purl across

Knit 6 (8,10,12) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 5

Next row: *K2, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 5

Next row: Purl across

Knit 6 (8,10,12) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 6

Next row: *K1, k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 6

Next row: Purl across

Knit 6 (8,10,12) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 7

Next row: *k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Straight Section 7

Next row: Purl across

Knit 6 (8,10,12) more rows in Stockinette stitch, ending with a WS row.

Decrease section 8

Next row: *k2tog*. Repeat from * a * to the end of the row.

Next row: Purl across

Halloween Witch Hat free knitting pattern

Seam

Cut the yarn leaving a tail twice the length of the hat (measuring from the point to the base). Thread your tapestry needle and pull the yarn through the remaining stitches, to close the cone.

Join both sides (pulling the yarn through a stitch of one side, and through the stitch of the opposite side), until the point.

To form the brim, fold the base toward the inside, leaving some cm – in (only the length of the rows knitted for the brim), then sew up from the WS.

And give the point a little twist for a real spooky Halloween!

Abracadabra! Enjoy the hat…

Enjoy the video:

How to knit a witch/wizard/warlock hat for Halloween

Happy Halloween and Happy knitting!

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Practical witch hat by tiny owl knits

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This pattern is available individually, or you can get it in the ebook:
The Witch & Wizard Academy Primer Year 1
5 patterns & 5 classes with mini magic lessons! ♥

Patterns included in this e-book are:

  1. Professor Meow-gona-cowl (Transfiguration Class)
  2. A Practical Witch Hat (Potions Class)
  3. Broom Riders (Flying Class)
  4. Moon Phase Scarf (Astronomy Class)
  5. History of Magic Book Bag (History of Magic Class)

Welcome to Witch & Wizard Academy! You are in Potions Class. As part of your lesson, you will be making a very practical witch hat. I think you’ll find this hat quite handy to wear as you mix your own special blends, brews and potions.

Owl Experience Level: one OWL (beginner)

Sizes:
Child 19” head circumference
Adult 22” head circumference
If directions differ, Adult size will be in parentheses.

Finished measurements: measured pressed flat.
CHILD:
Before felting: 19” wide (at widest part of brim) x 27” high.
After felting: 12” wide (at widest part of brim) x 17” high.
ADULT:
Before felting: 24” wide (at widest part of brim) x 33” high.
After felting: 15” wide (at widest part of brim) x 22” high.

Yarns used: Worsted weight wool such as:
Cascade 220, 100 g - 220 yds - 200 m, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool.
MC: BLACK color # 8555 - 2 skeins
NOTE: hat is felted in the washing machine so be sure to get something that is 100% wool or other animal fiber. (Though please note that other animal fibers will felt differently.)

Tension/gauge:
Before felting: Work 16 sts and 20 rows to measure 4x4”
in St stitch using US 10 or 6 mm needles.
After felting, work will shrink down to about 20 sts & 24 rows in 4x4”. Use needles necessary to get gauge.

Notions:
A pair of US 10 (6 mm) circular needles 24” long,
A set of US 10 (6 mm) dpns,
stitch markers, tapestry needle. Optional: enough wire to go around the outer brim of hat. The hat doesn’t need to be wired. The first picture in pattern shows hat wired, the second pic shows not wired. If you go for the wired option get a needle & matching thread too. (The wire is simply whipstitched along the top edge of the brim.)

Tiny owl stitch dictionary:
dpns: double pointed needles
i-cord: knit sts. Don’t turn work. Slide work down to other end of dpn. Bring yarn around back and knit sts again.
k: knit
k2tog: knit the next two stitches together.
MC: main color
pm: place marker
St st: stockinette/stocking stitch. k a row, purl a row.
st(s): stitch(es)
(WS): wrong side

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Hat of The Month - October 2013 - Witch or Wizard Hat

This hat "recipe" is based on the concepts I teach in my Fantastic No-Gauge Hats workshop.

Witch's Hat

Materials - Any yarn. Worsted weight or thicker is recommended and you can use a double strand if desired. Thicker yarn will make a thicker fabric that will hold its shape better. It's impossible to say exactly how much you'll need, because it depends on what weight yarn you use and how big you make the hat. Start with about 8 oz (228 gr) and you shouldn't run out!

Needles - Set of 4 or 5 double pointed needles, a 16" long circular needle (optional), and a 24" circular needle. For a soft floppy hat, use the needle size you normally would with this yarn to make a hat or a sweater. For a hat that holds its shape better, use 1 to 3 needle sizes smaller.

Begin at the top of the hat. Using two double pointed needles, cast on 3 or 4 stitches and work i-cord for as long as you like (2-3"/5-7 cm is good). You'll find text instructions for making i-cord here and video here.

Increase 1 stitch at end of each row of i-cord until there are 6 stitches. Divide these between three dp needles and mark your beginning of round. (I like to use a safety pin placed between two stitches and move it up closer to the needles periodically as the knitting grows.)

Continue to work around increasing 1 stitch at the end of each round. Periodically, rearrange your stitches on the needles so that they are about evenly divided. You may want to introduce a 4th double pointed needle when the original 3 become too full. When the double pointed needles become full, switch to the 16" needle, then to the 24" needle.

When the hat is big enough to fit around the intended head, continue working (and increasing at the end of every round) a little further, so the hat will come down to the wearer's ears.

Brim

Note that the brim is two layers thick, to keep it from flopping. You'll knit the top layer first, out from the hat, then the bottom layer.

Begin working in garter stitch (that is, knit one round, purl one round). On the first knit round, increase enough stitches, evenly spaced around, so that you have a multiple of 8 stitches. Note how many stitches you have at this point.

Cone support On each of the following knit rounds, increase 8 stitches evenly spaced around. For a more circular brim (rather than octagonal), don't make your increases in the same spot each time. For example, place the increases on one round halfway between where they were on the previous increase round. Remember to PURL the rounds in between!

When the brim is as wide as you want it, reverse the process. To do this, continue to work in garter stitch, but DECREASE 8 stitches evenly space around on the knit rounds until you are back to the number of stitches you had when you started the brim.

Finishing

You may bind off loosely, then loosely sew the bound off edge to the inside of the hat where it meets the brim. Or, you may sew the "live" stitches down without binding off. Weave in end on inside of hat. Pull yarn at cast on through to the inside using a yarn needle.

Notes

For a witch's hat that actually stands up, knit a cone insert. Start just like the hat itself, but only do 1/2" of i-cord. Continue to work until the cone is just long enough to fill the hat down to the top of the wearer's head. At this point, begin working in garter stitch and decreasing to make a bottom for the cone. On the first knit round, decrease until you have a multiple of 8 stitches. On the rest of the knit rounds, decrease 8 stitches evenly spaced around. While there's still an opening big enough to fit your fingers in, stuff the cone with unspun wool, cotton, or polyester fiberfill. Continue decreasing, working in garter stitch, until 8 stitches remain. Cut yarn, pull through remaining stitches (it's best to go around TWICE), and pull the yarn through to the inside. Pull yarn at cast on through to the inside using a yarn needle.

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