Use a chain method to quickly create multiple hats

These are no-shaping, rolled brim hats that can be quickly knit
"assembly line style" on ANY machine, in ANY yarn with ANY stitch pattern.
  • Assembly line method for speed
  • Great for community knitting
  • Quickly use up leftover and "stash" yarn
  • Get creative with stripes, colors and embellishments!
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Skills to know

e-Wrap Cast On with Scrap and Ravel

Mile-a-Minute Hats

Gathered Top for Mittens and Hats

Rolled Hem Study

I-Cord on the Machine

Perfect Jog-less Stripes

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Kids Size Pattern

Mile-a-Minute Hat for Kids
Use any yarn, any machine, any stitch pattern and make them your own!

Mile-a-Minute Hat for Kids

This pattern is FREE
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You will be able to generate this pattern times in your own specified yarn gauges.
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Adult Size Pattern

Mile-a-Minute Hat for Adults
Create your own custom pattern based on YOUR gauge! Use any yarn, machine and stitch pattern

Mile-a-Minute Hat for Adults

This pattern is FREE
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You will be able to generate this pattern times in your own specified yarn gauges.
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Tools To use

Rectangle / Square

Rectangle / Square

Enter your stitch/row gauge and your dimensions to create simple scarves, shawls and blankets.
Rectangle Square Tool

Yarn Estimator

Yarn Estimator

Determine if you have enough yarn to finish your project. A swatch, a scale and a few measurements and you'll never worry about running out of yarn!
Why struggle with math? These Knit it Now tools are helpful when creating your own hat styles. Just enter your gauge and let us do the math for you!

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Personalize your hats

Are you interested in adding names or words to your hats? Here is a vintage book that is packed full of ideas for knitting hats. It is written in diagram style and written text instructions for several method of personalizing hats and caps that says "Especially for you!"



Block Alphabet Charts - Free for Subscribers

These block letters are sized for standard gauge knitting (6-7 stitches per inch). Letters are approx 1" x 1 1/2".
Included are DAK files and "to scale" punchcard templates. DesignaKnit patterns are reversed for punchcard and electronic machines.
Printable image right-side facing format is included for swiss darning/duplicate stitch work.

Use Duplicate Stitch to embellish and personalize your hats
Watch the Tutorial
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