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ndaisy
11-14-2009, 11:46 PM
Evening all... started a rolled brim hat that is all St St....how long before the roll stops rolling.. and in the end does it look neater that its rolling right now?

I want to add other colors to it and dont want it lost in the roll. Thanks ahead
Cheri

Jan in CA
11-15-2009, 10:09 AM
If you knit the roll part with smaller needles it seems to stop about where you start with the larger needles. I think I used one size smaller, but I'm not home to check my pattern for a few days.

You can also do a few rows of ribbing above the roll and it'll stop there. It makes a nice decorative look, too.

ndaisy
11-17-2009, 09:14 AM
Ah.. thanks Jan sounds like a good idea.. I finally finished the hat before I got back for this answer and the roll was nice... for my first hat I think mine rolled for about 10 rows.. or so.. Not at home to count... but a nice smaller roll would be lovely.

Now if I did decide to do a rib after the roll.. do I cast on with even or odds then? if I did a k2 p2 or k3 p3.. I love the rib look... I just really lose count... but I will try till I get it.... The one time I tried.. well made my own patter.. I ended up with all kinds of stitches... some Knit.. the next purl.. some ST st... it was a mess... made a sweet boarder.. but wasnt what I wanted. Till I looked further and realized I needed to knit knits and purl purls... now that is a funny story... I thought that meant to knit what I JUST knitted.. and not what the stitch was on the new side... shakes head... am learning
Sorry rambling away
thanks ahead
Cheri

Jan in CA
11-17-2009, 09:57 AM
k1p1 -multiple of 2 (ie: 80, 82, 84....)

k2p2 -multiple of 4 (http://wiki.answers.com/Q/All_the_multiples_of_4_from_1_to_100)

k3p3 multiple of 6 (http://wiki.answers.com/Q/All_the_multiples_of_6_from_1_to_100)

k3p2 -multiple of 5 (http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_multiples_of_5)

Add the two numbers together in the pattern to get the multiple. Odd or even depends on the ribbing.