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Old 03-30-2009, 08:32 PM   #1
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Bernat Ruffled Hat Pattern Help
I'm working on this cute hat and don't end up with the same number of stitches it says I should have in the Ruffle Row. Everything worked great up till then...
I'm making the small size and had 89 stitches once all the increases were done before the 3" of ss.

For the Ruffle Row, I did K1, M1 (I used knit in front & back method) across and finished with K1. But, the pattern said I should have 176 stitches and I only have 133.

I think I would have 176 if I did K1, *M1 in every stitch across, K1...but, that's not how the pattern says to do that row...

AND, if I do another row the same as this one, I'd have too many

On a positive note...I'm using the same yarn as pictured on the pattern and up to now it looks just like it!

http://www.bernat.com/pattern.php?PID=2996
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Old 03-30-2009, 09:10 PM   #2
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You're almost close... You have to kfb in every stitch except the last one to get enough sts. A M1 puts a new stitch between the old sts, a kfb uses an old st to make a new one attached to it.
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I can do that! Makes sense when you put it that way...THANKS
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:40 PM   #4
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I finished it last night!!
I didn't have a baby girl to try it on...so, this looked like a great model to me....sorry for the bad pictures...cell phone, don't 'ya know
It's actually yellow, the stripe is pink with white...it's the same yarn that the pattern shows on the link I posted, Bernat Baby Jacquards, Berries and Cream...LOVE IT! And, I've got plenty left to make another one and maybe booties to match...
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:22 AM   #5
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That is entirely too cute! I made one of those a couple weeks ago in the spearmint candy colorway.

I love the way that yarn knits up.!

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It looks great ! . So girly and pretty
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Made one of those for a year old. When I finished (following all directions with same yarn) it fit an 11 year old. I ran a length of ribbon through the eyelets and tied it in a bow. Looked so cute on the baby, altho she didn"t keep it on too long. If I make another, I will put elastic through the eyelets or icord.
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