Nell

Knitting: Nell

Nell
A vintage-inspired slouch hat. Delicious pom-pom optional.

Worked in the round on US 6 & 8 needles with worsted weight yarn. Super slouch hat with lace pattern inlays. Download PDF pattern below.

If you have any questions or need any help with the directions, please send me an email. lisa[@]goodknits.com

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****Pattern is for personal use only****

21 comments to Nell

  • I would love a copy of this pattern it is absolutely beautiful does it come in different sizes too?? xx

  • never mind oops I see obviously it’s too early for my brain to be awake lol

  • Thanks for the pattern. I will give it a try. It looks lovely, and I love the colors ;-)

  • Jamaliah

    Hi, I would love to have a copy of this pattern. Intended to knit the beret as a birthday present for my niece.
    Thank you.

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  • Lynda

    Hello – Please may I have the pattern for Nell’s slouch hat – I would really love it because I have been looking for a pattern for a slouch hat for just so long and just cannot find one. The normal beanie style doesn’t look good on me but the slouch hat style does. I do hope you can help me – thank you so very much. Lynda

  • Chrystal

    May I please have a copy of the slouch hat. Thank You

  • Carolyn

    Would like the pattern for the slouch hat to make for my granddaughter.
    Thank you.

  • Patricia

    Your slouch hat is very nice. Can you send me the pattern please?
    BIG thanks.

  • Marcy

    I love the look of this “slouchy” hat. Please send me the pattern. Thank you.

  • Ginny

    Please e mail pattern. I am going to make the hat for my daughter-in-laws who will love the intricate pattern. I may even make one for myself! I just love the pattern

  • Gale Mayer

    please e mail me the pattern, would like to make for my daughter

  • Teresa Gilland

    There has to be an error in this pattern on Row 5. Rows 1, 3, 7, and 9 have a 10-stitch pattern that is repeated but row 5 has an 8-stitch pattern that is repeated. I’d love to know what was done for the hat pictured.

    • All of those rows have an 8-stitch pattern repeat.
      Row 1: *K 1, (yo, ssk) three times, K1 ==> K 1, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, K 1 = 8 stitches
      Row 3: *K 2 (yo, ssk) two times, K 2 ==> K 2, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, K 2 = 8 stitches

  • sue sharp

    may I have a copy please of the beanie
    im making them for the older men and ladies in homes and like to keep each different and your site gives me heaps of ideas
    have a great day
    sue

  • Gio

    Dear Lisa,
    this pattern is beautiful and I would like to make it!
    I’m a newbie in knitting, and I don’t understand the 8-stitch pattern:
    when you ‘ssk’ you use two stitches, not one, so:
    K1, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, K1 = 11 stitches, not 8!
    K2, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, K2 = 10 stitches
    K3, yo, ssk, K3 = 9 stitches

    Could you please explain this better?
    Thank you!

  • Nancy A Keller

    My problem with this pattern. No where does it ever say k2tog, so how does this decrease work??

    • Nancy A Keller

      I retract my statement. I’ve been knitting over ten years, never have I ever done a pattern like this.
      Didn’t know (SSK) is a decrease. Thought it was a slip slip knit next stitch, now I know, slip, slip and knit those stitches you just slipped!
      Love the internet, if I don’t know I look it up.
      Beautiful pattern!!

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