Loom Knitting with Beads, Hat and Cowl Pattern
I had so much fun knitting my Super Bulky Dropstitch Hat & Cowl, I thought I would make a lacy version for the autumn! But this one features intermittent beads knitted in for a touch of contrasting color.
Knit this in sock weight (or finer, just carry two strands together) for lightweight breezy accessories perfect for when that weather is shifting and it just a touch nippy.
This loom knitting pattern includes all the instructions to keep you moving every step of the way, including links to videos and diagrams demonstrating every technique used. If you're new to loom knitting this will make a good 3rd or 4th project (start with the hat to get the hang of the dropstitches)
You Will Need:
Around 500 Yards of Sock Weight Yarn (For a hat and cowl)
Adult Hat (Green) Round Knitting Loom with Hook Tool (insert all pegs in your loom)
Tapestry Needle (comes with the loom)
Beads! (if you want)
Elastic- to make hat rim tighter (if needed)
14 stitches x 27 rows= 4” in Pattern Repeat
You can also try making this set in a ribbon yarn, simply carry one strand instead of two and adjust your row repeats to get the same length on the hat.