tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post7059857654419432424..comments2023-01-25T14:49:59.815-08:00Comments on Balls to the Walls Knits: Rib & Cable HatGretchen Tracyhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comBlogger10125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-7453656193486492622021-05-01T08:08:13.464-07:002021-05-01T08:08:13.464-07:00Hi there!
I wrote this pattern in one size becaus...Hi there!<br /><br />I wrote this pattern in one size because the pattern repeat is too long to size differently - you can always try gauging up a needle size if you want it bigger, or using slightly thicker yarn though! :)Gretchen Tracyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-39484168720792349532021-05-01T08:05:52.217-07:002021-05-01T08:05:52.217-07:00Hi! Unfortunately it simply isn't possible to ...Hi! Unfortunately it simply isn't possible to complete the decrease as written working flat. If you'd like to get started and then make up your own finish, I've translated it through row 5 of the decrease below. Then you're on your own!<br /><br />Cast on 82 stitches. Now we’re going to work a ribbing, as follows:<br /><br />Ribbing Row 1 (right side): k1, * p1, k2, p1, (k1, p2, k1, p1) twice, k2; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Ribbing Row 2: p1, * p2, (k1, p1, k2, p1) twice, k1, p2, k1; rep from *, end p1<br /><br />Repeat ribbing rows 3 times in total, and then we'll move on to the main pattern. <br /><br />Row 1 (right side): k1, * p1, k2, p1, (k4, p1) twice, k2; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Row 2: p1, * p2, (k1, p4) twice, k1, p2, k1; rep from *, end p1<br /><br />Row 3: k1, * p1, k2, p1, fc, p1, bc, p1, k2; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Row 4: p1, * p2, (k1, p4) twice, k1, p2, k1; rep from *, end p1<br /><br />Rows 5 - 12: repeats rows 1 - 4 twice more<br /><br />Row 13: k1, * p1, k4, p1, (k2, p1) twice, k4; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Row 14: p1, * p4, (k1, p2) twice, k1, p4, k1; rep from*, end p1<br /><br />Row 15: k1, * p1, bc, p1, (k2, p1) twice, fc; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Row 16: p1, * p4, (k1, p2) twice, k1, p4, k1; rep from*, end p1<br /><br />Rows 17 - 24: repeat rows 13 - 16 twice more<br /><br />Knit rows 1 - 24 once, and then knit rows 1 - 4 once more. Now it's time to begin the decreases, which go as follows:<br /><br />Decrease Row 1 (right side): k1, * p1, k2tog, p1, (k4, p1) twice, ssk; rep from *, end k1<br /><br />Row 2: p1, * k1, (k1, p4) twice, k3; rep from *, end p1<br /><br />Row 3: k1, * p1, p2tog, fc, p1, bc, p2tog; rep from *, end k1 <br /><br />Row 4: p1, * k1, p4, k1, p4, k2; rep from *, end p1<br /><br />Row 5: * p3tog, k4, p1, k4; rep from *, end k2Gretchen Tracyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-2336805701024573552021-05-01T04:21:57.220-07:002021-05-01T04:21:57.220-07:00Hi Gretchen how many stitches would I need for adu...Hi Gretchen how many stitches would I need for adult large size. <br />Rachna Nadgirhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03956163622253568944noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-66595803403779276612021-04-27T04:03:22.915-07:002021-04-27T04:03:22.915-07:00Please can you share this pattern using straight n...Please can you share this pattern using straight needles.<br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-78875741179520136732015-12-24T05:15:47.740-08:002015-12-24T05:15:47.740-08:00Hi there! Yes, you will have more stitches on your...Hi there! Yes, you will have more stitches on your first dpn, but you will still have the same number of stitches total, so the decrease will still work out (although you'll probably have to rearrange where some of your stitches lie on your dpns to get all your p3togs done). Does that make sense? :)Gretchen Tracyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-73003465546140159972015-12-23T21:34:37.014-08:002015-12-23T21:34:37.014-08:00Please help- I'm still just learning. I'm ...Please help- I'm still just learning. I'm confused by row 33/row 5 of the decrease. If you have slipped the final purl from row 32/row 4 of the decrease, won't you have 13 stitches on your next dpn to work on? Row 32/row 4 of the decrease only accounts for 12 stitches. Thank you for any help you can give.<br />EM, Colorado Springshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07106773384954974971noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-11242027953607628632015-02-13T14:48:23.642-08:002015-02-13T14:48:23.642-08:00Hello there!
By slipping those first two stitches...Hello there!<br /><br />By slipping those first two stitches, you're essentially just making them the last two stitches in the round (so you'll work them in the final sl1-k2tog-psso). Let me know if you have any other questions!Gretchen Tracyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-28068747937415863962015-02-13T14:26:32.895-08:002015-02-13T14:26:32.895-08:00I'm stuck at decrease row 6. Slip first 2 stit...I'm stuck at decrease row 6. Slip first 2 stitches, then start repeat? Are these 2 stitches worked at all?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-43174855903786793742014-01-01T15:31:26.042-08:002014-01-01T15:31:26.042-08:00I thought this one turned out really nicely!I thought this one turned out really nicely!Gretchen Tracyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13720728303685051589noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6683194221069775925.post-80107478121588852062014-01-01T14:58:07.041-08:002014-01-01T14:58:07.041-08:00I really like this hat as well as the next one.I really like this hat as well as the next one.Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11147154202731732641noreply@blogger.com