FREE PATTERN: Thrifty Critter Wizard Hat & Sideways Scarf

In the meantime, my valentine to Ron:

Thrifty Critter Pattern here. For this one, I used Merino Style and size US4 needles, making a somewhat smaller critter. I skipped the bug eyes & embroidered them on with scrap yarn. He might be my favorite yet!

Here’s how you make his hat and scarf:

WIZARD HAT

YARN: about 5-10g self-striping sock yarn
NEEDLES: US 3 or 4

CO 37.

8 rows in stockinette (knit RS, purl WS)

*K7, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

5 rows stockinette.

*K6, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K5, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K4, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K3, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K2, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K1, K2tog, repeat from * across row, K2

3 rows stockinette.

*K2tog, repeat from * across row

2 rows stockinette.

*K2tog, repeat from * across row

BO and seam side with mattress stitch.

SIDEWAYS SCARF

YARN: about 5-10g self-striping sock yarn
NEEDLES: US 3 or 4

CO 100 st.

Sl 1, K to end

Repeat 8-15 rows to desired scarf thickness, then BO loosely.

Add fringe to ends.

  • Cathy says:

    So cute!! Lucky Ron!!

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