Free felted hat knitting patterns

Free felted hat knitting patterns DEFAULT

Knit and felted pork pie hatBoiled wool felt pork pie hat

Knit and fulled pork pie hat

This hat is knit on large needles, then shrunk in the washing machine for a felted look.

Size

Since this hat is shrunk after knitting, the same instructions can be used to make a hat to fit 45.5cm to 55cm head circumference.

Materials

Yarn:
The sample hats were made with 2.75 x 50gm balls of Holiday brand 8 ply, 100% wool at 95m per 50gm ball, in unbleached white. The multicoloured yarn was dyed using the Ashford rainbow dyeing method. You can use any 8 ply wool that will felt, but if you want to use a bleached white or extremely dark colour test a swatch first, even if you know that your brand of wool will felt. Bleaching and very dark dyes can affect some wool’s ability to felt.

Needles:
Size 5mm 40-60cm long circular needle and a set of 5mm double pointed needles.

Pie dish on a jar of nappy soak

You will also need:

  • a couple of tablespoons of laundry detergent
  • access to a washing machine (preferably top loading)
  • something to block your hat on that is the same circumference as you want your finished hat to be.

You don’t need to invest in an expensive hat block. You can use many different things, a round plastic vase, an upside round measuring jug, a cake tin, anything that is the right size, fairly firm, and can be left damp.

You can see my hat block on the left, which is an 18cm diameter soufflé dish rested on top of a pot of Nappy San laundry detergent.

Tension

19.5sts to 10cm on 5mm needles

Abbreviations

  • m1 = make one stitch by putting your needle under the bar that lies between stitches, twist it (to avoid making a hole), and knit it.
  • K2tog = knit 2 together

Pattern

Using the circular needle, cast on 152 stitches. Join for knitting in the round and knit 1 round.

2nd round: (K19, m1) 8 times (160sts)

K 4 rounds

7th round: (K8, k2tog) 16 times (144sts)

K 4 rounds

12th round: (K7, k2tog) 16 times (128sts)

Knit 44 rounds

(K6, k2tog) 16 times (112sts)

K 4 rounds

(K5, k2tog) 16 times (96sts)

K 4 rounds

(K4, k2tog) 16 times (80sts)

K 4 rounds

(K3, k2tog) 16 times (64sts)

K 4 rounds

(K2, k2tog) 16 times (48sts)

K 4 rounds

(K1, k2tog) 16 times (32sts)

K 4 rounds

(K2tog) 16 times (16sts)

(K2tog) 8 times (8sts)

Cut your yarn, thread it through the remaining stitches and pull tight.

You’ll now have a big, floppy, vaguely hat shaped object that looks like the white piece of knitting on the left.

Knitted hat before and after felting

Finishing and Felting

Darning in the loose ends loosely

Darn in your loose ends on the wrong side by loosely threading them under the back of every second st for 5 or 6 stitches.

Felting Your Hat

There are three things that you need for successful felting of knitted items. Heat, agitation and an alkaline environment. That might sound very complicated, but it isn’t really! What it means is this: hot water, a washing machine with a low water setting or an old pair of jeans (or other non-fluffy item that won’t bleed dye in the wash), and laundry soap or detergent (the kind without fancy softeners). If you’ve used a single ply or fluffy yarn you’ll also need an old pillowcase or lingerie bag to stop loose fuzz getting into the workings of your washing machine.

Take your hat and put it inside the pillow case or lingerie bag (if needed).

Fill your washing machine with just enough hot water to cover your hat. If you can’t change the level of water in your washing machine, add an old pair of jeans for extra agitation.

Put your hat in and let it soak for 10 – 30 minutes. This will give time for all the fibres to soak up plenty of water.

Now start the machine. Stop the machine and check your hat after 10 minutes. If it hasn’t shrunk enough, keep checking every 5 – 10 minutes until it’s the desired size (measure it or try it on!).

Rinse out the soap in water the same temperature as your wash water, or if it’s still a little bit too big, rinse it under cold water. The shock of the change in temperature will shrink it a bit more.

Empty your washing machine, spin the excess water out of your hat (don’t leave it spinning for too long or you’ll make creases that you won’t be able to get out).

You’ll now have something that looks like this

Shape of the felted hat before blocking

Blocked hat drying on the block

Blocking

While it’s still wet, pull your bell-shaped piece of knitting down over your block until the top of the hat is stretched flat. Turn up the brim and adjust it until it’s even all the way round.

Leave your hat on the block to dry.

When you block your hat quite a magical transformation takes place. The felting process shrinks all the stitches in size, and blocking pushes them back into the shape that you knit.


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DROPS 104-19 by DROPS Design

10) How do I work according to a crochet diagram?

The diagram depicts all rows/rounds, and every stitch seen from the right side. It is worked from bottom to top, from right to left.

When working back and forth every other row is worked from the right side: from right to left and every other row is worked from the wrong side: from left to right.

When working in the round, every row in the diagram are worked from the right side, from right to left.

When working a circular diagram you start in the middle and work your way outwards, counter clockwise, row by row.

The rows usually start with a given number of chain stitches (equivalent to the height of the following stitch), this will either be depicted in the diagram or explained in the pattern.

See DROPS lesson:How to read crochet diagrams

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Knitted Measurements
Circumference: 21" (23")

 

Materials
3 x 100 g skein Venus ; Color: Gypsy (or color of your choice)
Size 10 knitting needles
Tapestry needle

 

Gauge
11.5 st = 4 inches in stockinette st

 

*Note: The yarn used in this pattern has been discontinued. It may be substituted with yarn of similar gauge.

 

To knit hat:
Cast on 72 (80) stitches.
Ribbing: *(K1, P1), repeat * till end
Continue ribbing for 5".

 

Begin stockinettte stitch. Continue till piece measures 9.5"(10.5") from beginning.

 

Begin decrease:
R1: *(K6, k2tog), repeat * till end
R2: Purl
R3: *(K5, k2 tog), repeat * till end
R4: Purl
R5: *(K4, k2 together), repeat * till end
R6: Purl

 

Cut yarn, leaving a tail of about 24" long. Thread yarn through all stitches and remove stitches from knitting needles. Pull tightly together, and with right sides facing each other, sew seam from top of hat till 2.5" from the edge.

 

Turn hat to the right side and with wrong sides facing each other, sew rest of seam.

 

Felting:
Place hat in normal cycle of washing machine, warm water. Once cycle is complete, remove hat and place in dryer on regular heat for 20 minutes.
For a more felted hat, place in dryer for a little longer.
For a less felted hat, remove from dryer after 10-15 minutes.
Shape hat according to size. Let dry fully before wearing.

 

Note: Hat is only partially felted so as to obtain a warm and thick fabric, and at the same time retain some of the elasticity of a knitted fabric. If a fully felted hat is preferred, leave in dryer for a longer period.

 

Optional:
Make a pom pom and attach to top of hat after the felting process.

 

 

Copyright 2014 NuMei - This pattern may be used for non-commercial personal or guild use. Reproduction in print in any publication or electronic/digital format without permission is strictly prohibited.

 

Every effort has been made to ensure that the directions contained in this pattern are accurate and complete; However, we cannot be responsible for individual variance, human or typographical errors.

 

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How to Knit: Aurora Knit Hat. Circular Needles (9 mm / US 13). Bulky Yarn. Fur Pom Pom.

Felted: 91 Free Patterns

In this section, you can find free Felted knitting patterns.

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Tip Toe Holiday Slippers

Tip Toe Holiday Slippers

These attractive felted slippers come to us courtesy of Drops Design studio! Featuring a simple cable motif, these are attractive and practical. They are suitable for intermediate knitters or beginners looking to give themselves a bit of a challenge.

A free knitting pattern using bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Cable, Felted, Seamed.

Ellery the Elephant

Ellery the Elephant

This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: 3D, Felted.

Felted Bag

Felted Bag

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Ozzie the Opossum

Ozzie the Opossum

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Calentito

Calentito

A free knitting pattern using bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Felted, Seamed.

Felted Bowls

Felted Bowls

A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round.

Anemone Felted Wrap

Anemone Felted Wrap

This free knitting pattern uses lace-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Polar Paws

Polar Paws

A free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Felted, Stripes.

Bruce The Great White Shark

Bruce The Great White Shark

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Intarsia.

Eiger

Eiger

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Felt Knit Circle Ornaments

Felt Knit Circle Ornaments

MEASUREMENT Approx 3" [7.5 cm] diameter.

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Felt Knit Tree Ornaments

Felt Knit Tree Ornaments

MEASUREMENTS Small Tree: 71/4”" [18 cm] tall and approx 4" [10 cm] wide at base Large Tree: 10" [25 cm] tall and approx 6" [15 cm] wide at base

A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Just a Moment

Just a Moment

Measurements before felting: approx. 39 x 39 cm / 15 1/4" x 15 1/4''.

Measurements after felting: approx. 31 x 31 cm / 12 1/4" x 12 1/4''.

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

May I?

May I?

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

All About Bag

All About Bag

A free knitting pattern using bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round, Seamless, Stripes.

Early Morning

Early Morning

Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Non bag

Non bag

A free knitting pattern using fingering-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting, Seamed, Stranded.

Cozy June

Cozy June

A free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Cable, Felted, Garter Stitch.

Outland

Outland

A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Knit Stitch Tote

Knit Stitch Tote

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting, Seamed, Stripes.

Sampler

Sampler

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Motifs, Seamed.

Chicks and Basket

Chicks and Basket

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round.

DROPS 128-8

DROPS 128-8

Felted DROPS laptop bag. The pattern can be adjusted the measurements of any laptop. 

A free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Dolphin Toes

Dolphin Toes

This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Cosy Toes

Cosy Toes

A free knitting pattern using aran or super bulky-weight yarns. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Motifs.

Super Mice

Super Mice

Sizes: children and women

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Fairy Slippers

Fairy Slippers

Sizes: children and women

This free girls knitting pattern uses bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Mizie

Mizie

Sizes: children and women

This free girls knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Kermit

Kermit

Sizes: children and women

Free girls knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Slippers

Felted Slippers

Sizes for children, women, men

This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Tuula

Tuula

Sizes for children and women

Free girls knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Felted, Felting, Stripes.

Felted Cloche

Felted Cloche

Felted hat.

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: 3D, Bottom-Up, Felted, In-the-round, One-piece, Seamless.

Magnolia

Magnolia

Felted DROPS slippers with flowers

Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Florella

Florella

A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Felted Mini Drawstring Bag

Felted Mini Drawstring Bag

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Mademoiselle Rose

Mademoiselle Rose

Felted DROPS bag with crochet and felted roses

Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted, Felting.

St. Vincent Cloche

St. Vincent Cloche

Felted cloche hat.

This free knitting pattern uses dk-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Felted, I-Cord, In-the-round.

Tricorn Hat Pattern

Tricorn Hat Pattern

Felted pirate hat.

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round.

Felted Santa

Felted Santa

Felted Christmas decoration.

A free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Blueberry

Blueberry

Seamed felted slippers.

A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Storyteller Tote

Felted Storyteller Tote

Measures about 13 x 14 in. (33 x 35.5 cm), not including strap

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Felting.

Shakti's Spring Fling Wrap

Shakti's Spring Fling Wrap

Free knitting pattern using bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round, Seamed, Top-Down.

Elize

Elize

This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

The Little Coco Bag

The Little Coco Bag

Pleated felted bag.

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: 3D, Bottom-Up, Felted, I-Cord, In-the-round, Seamless.

Kureyon Coffee Cozy

Kureyon Coffee Cozy

Stockinette coffee cozy.

A free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Felted, In-the-round.

Coaster

Coaster

Felted hexagon coasters.

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round.

Felted Slippers

Felted Slippers

Seamed felted slippers.

A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Rosalie

Rosalie

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Ulrika Bag

Ulrika Bag

A free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Felted, Nordic.

Hobbit Shoes

Hobbit Shoes

Felted slippers.

A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Arc en ciel

Arc en ciel

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Smoothie

Smoothie

Felted DROPS cell phone cozy.

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Angela's Fabulous Felted Bag

Angela's Fabulous Felted Bag

Felted bag.

This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, In-the-round, Seamless.

Wavy Shoulder Bag

Wavy Shoulder Bag

Bag measures 11½” tall x 12½” wide, after felting.

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Chevron, Felted, Ripple.

Color Stripe Vessels

Color Stripe Vessels

Felted bowls.

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Seamless, Top-Down.

Betty

Betty

Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Tuck Purse

Felted Tuck Purse

Finished bag measures approximately 8½” high x 12” wide.

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

SmåDROPS 12-19

SmåDROPS 12-19

DROPS Felted Slipper Booties in sizes for chikdren and women

Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Christmas Booties

Christmas Booties

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Fruit Punch

Fruit Punch

Felted DROPS bag with cables and garter st pattern

Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Cable, Felted.

Winter Ballerina

Winter Ballerina

Felted DROPS slippers with crochet flower.

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Candy Crush Gloves

Candy Crush Gloves

Size: S - M - L
Length before felting: 36-39-43 cm / 14 1/4"-15 1/4"-17"
Length after felting: 28-30-33 cm / 11"-11 3/4"-13"
Length from thumb gusset before felting: 15-16-18 cm / 6"-6 1/4"-7"
Length from thumb gusset after felting: 11-12-13 cm / 4½"-4 3/4"-5"

This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Purse

Felted Purse

Purse measures approx. &” wide, 4” deep, 6” tall, not including handles

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, I-Cord, Seamless.

Floral Felted Scarf

Floral Felted Scarf

Felted scarf measures 60”.

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Felted.

Small 1-Ball Felted Purse

Small 1-Ball Felted Purse

Finished Measurements (after felting): 6” wide x 7” tall

A free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Pitcher

Felted Pitcher

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Hexagon Felted Bag

Hexagon Felted Bag

Approximate Dimensions: 10” wide 10” tall

(not including handle)

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Retro Wedge Felted Bag

Retro Wedge Felted Bag

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Short Rows.

Felted Flannel Backpack

Felted Flannel Backpack

meqsures approx 12.5" (32cm) x 11.25" (28.5cm).

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Felted Spinning Wheel Bag

Felted Spinning Wheel Bag

Small felted bag for spinning wheel accessories.ss

A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, I-Cord, Seamless.

Felt Slippers for Adults

Felt Slippers for Adults

Simple felted slippers.

A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted, Seamless.

Hearts

Hearts

Tiny knit hearts.

A free knitting pattern using fingering-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Hana Hou!

Hana Hou!

Felted ukulele gig bag

This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Know It All

Know It All

Felted bag

A free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Maple

Maple

Felted bag

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Entangled

Entangled

Felted bag

Free knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

Mad River Mittens

Mad River Mittens

Felted mittens

This free knitting pattern uses bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Felted.

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