Beany Cap | No. 9314

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Columbia Scotch Yarn, 4 ounce skeins. 1 skein Dark Oxford, 8852.


Columbia Steel Sock Needles, size 10.

Gauge: (ribbing stretched)

5 sts = 1 inch. 10 rows = 1 inch.

Cast on 108 sts (27 sts on each of 4 needles) and work even in k 2, p 2 ribbing for 6 inches. K 2 rounds plain: * K to the last 4 sts on first needle, k 2 tog, k 2; on second needle, k 2, slip 1, k 1, pass the slip st over the k st, k to end; on third needle, k to the last 4 sts, k 2 tog, k 2; on last needle k 2, slip 1, k 1, pass the slip st over the k st, k to end. Repeat from * every round until 3 sts remain on each needle. Slip the 6 sts from the 2 first needles onto one needle, slip the remaining sts onto one needle and weave the sts together.

Other great patterns from Practical Handknits Adaptable for War Relief, Volume No. 93:

Knitting Patterns

V-Neck Coat Sweater
V-Neck Slip-Over
Sleeveless Slip-Over
Round Neck Slip-Over
Raglan Slip-Over
Woman's Cardigan
Child's Slip-Over
Child's Socks
Abdominal Band
Heeless Socks
Wristlet Mittens
Child's Cap and Glove Set
Beany Cap
Children's Mittens
Knee-Cap Socks
Rifleman's Glove