Free Pattern – Carnival Set for Teddy

Published January 6, 2016 by estherknit

Carnival Set 6

Carnival Hat

Measurements

To fit teddy height: 43 cm (17 inches)

Width round head: 38 cm, (15 inches)

Materials

Robin Double Knit Print

Shade: 189 Carnival, 50 g

A pair of 4 mm (US 6) knitting needles

Tension / Gauge

18 sts and 30 rows to 10 cm (4 inches)

measured over garter stitch using 4 mm needles

 To knit hat

With 4 mm (US 6) needles cast on 60 sts.

Continue in garter stitch for 52 rows.

Work measures 17¼ cm or 6¾ inches.

Shape for crown

1st row: * k2tog; repeat from * to end.  (30 sts)

2nd row: Knit

3rd row: * k2tog; repeat from * to end.  (15 sts)

4th row: Knit

5th row: * k2tog; repeat from * to last 1 st, k1.  (8 sts)

6th row: Knit

 To make up / Finishing

Break off yarn, leaving a long end.  Thread this through remaining sts, draw up tightly and secure.  Join back seam, reversing seam 4 cm or 1½ inches for fold-back.  Fold brim over to right side.

Carnival Scarf

Measurements

To fit teddy height: 43 cm (17 inches)

Length of scarf: 60 cm (24 inches)

Materials

Robin Double Knit Print

Shade: 189 Carnival, 25 g

A pair of 4 mm (US 6) knitting needles

Tension / Gauge

18 sts and 30 rows to 10 cm (4 inches)

measured over garter stitch using 4 mm needles

Pattern notes

For a neater edge, always slip the first stitch of every row.

 To knit scarf

Using 4 mm (US 6)  needles cast on 6 sts.  Continue in garter stitch as follows:

Next row: Knit.

Repeat this row until work measures 60 cm (24 inches) long. Cast off.

 Carnival Set 8

To make up / Finishing

Weave in ends.  Add fringe.

To make the fringe

For the fringe, cut 12 lengths of yarn 10 cm long. To form a piece of the fringe take 2 strands of yarn 10 cm long, and fold them in half to form a loop. Using a fine crochet hook, draw the loop through the knitted fabric of your scarf and then draw the ends through the loop. Pull the fringe knot tight. Space 3 fringe knots evenly across each end of your scarf. Trim fringe to 5 cm.

Carnival Set 7

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