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Double Dip Stitch Pattern for loom knitting and Double Dip Stitch Hat pattern included after.

(Editors note: I hope you enjoy the Double Dip Stitch pattern and Double Dip Stitch Hat.  I can’t test and video all patterns but hope you enjoy seeing new designs and designers.  Please comment or click a heart!  -Kristen Mangus)   

Double Dip Stitch

Designer: Dedi Herold Boyer

 

I created the Double Stitch pattern myself! Use the double dip stitch to make a hat (pattern for hat outlined below) and a matching scarf.

MATERIALS:

36 peg round loom

The Ultimate Oval Loom 3

Hobby Lobby’s Yarnology 36 peg round knitting loom was used in sample.

 

YARN:  

At most, 268 yards of #5 Bulky Weight yarn.

Loops & Threads Charisma Yarn in Fuschia was used in sample.

 

NOTIONS: 

Knitting tool

Scissors

Yarn needle to weave in ends.

 

ABBREVIATIONS:

K = true knit stitch

P = purl stitch

 

TECHNIQUE:

Double Dip Stitch:

K peg 1 then wrap same peg from behind to get working yarn in front and P same peg, repeat these two stitches on each peg all the way around the loom.

Double Dip Stitch

Double Dip Stitch close up

Pattern Notes:

This pattern was one I came up with myself. Any similarities to a pattern already in print are simply a coincidence.-Dedi

 

INSTRUCTIONS for Double Dip Stitch Hat:

Cast on:

Cast on 36 pegs.  The e-wrap cast on was used for the sample however you can use the cast on of your choice.

Make a ribbed brim.

Ribbed Round 1: *K, P* repeat between *,* until end of round

repeat Ribbed Round 1 for 10 total rounds.

 

Main Stitch pattern:

 Round 1: K all pegs

Round 2: P all pegs

Round 3: K all pegs

Round 4: P all pegs

Round 5: K all pegs

Round 6: Double Dip Stitch  (see above for instructions).

Repeat Rounds 1-6: until desired length is reached.

 

Bind off:

Modified gathered or drawstring bind off.

Weave in ends.

Double Dip Stitch Hat

 

Editor’s notes: We hope you enjoy making the Double Dip Stitch and Hat.  Thank you to Dedi for sharing her pattern.  Please note that Kristen has not tested the pattern. -Edited by Carol Lilydot.

 

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