The Alfie

This is the latest Sideways Hat, made flat from the selection of Woolly Wormhead Hats. These hats are made flat and using short rows. This particular hat I picked up the wraps and knitted them through the back loops and I lreally like the way it came out.

In the second picture I am wearing the hat with the seam upfront so that you can see that it is invisible. This is a very fun hat to make and it is made sideways lol!Thanks for stopping by!


ManMadeKnits's picture

I need to study that method. I have an idea for a hat, but I'd not be able to do it in the round...

"The only sin is mediocrity." --Martha Graham

thairapist's picture

Hat looks really good on you (wink)

Originally i did all my hats flat. It is pretty easy although you can convert most any pattern to circular if you want.

Crafty Andy's picture

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog The main reason that I make the hats is to get practice in doing things that I have not done. I enjoy learning new techniques and you can turn this into a circular hat. My idea is to learn the different types of kitchener stitch and to make hats flat. I have always made hats on the round. I find that it is a good challenge and I learned a lot about wraps and picking up wraps. Short rows is an intrinsic part of these hats and after you are done with them, I would say you have become very proficient in short rows and wraps lol!

RickeScott's picture

Love the hat!! I found another short-row hat that you might also like. I agree, they are fun learning projects and quick results...