April 30, 2015

Feather Stitch and Hat | Loom Knit

Feather Stitch Pattern for loom knitting and Feather Stitch Hat pattern included after.

(Editors note: I hope you enjoy the Feather Stitch pattern and Feather 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)   

Feather Stitch

Designer: Dedi Herold Boyer

I modified this pattern for the loom from the booklet 96 Stitches Knit Stitch Guide by Rita Weiss.



36 peg round loom (3/4″ C2C gauge)

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



At most, 268 yards of #4 Worsted Weight yarn.

Loops & Threads Charisma Yarn color yellow was used in the sample.




Knitting tool


Yarn needle for weaving in ends



Multiples of 6 stitches and 4 rows on 4 x 4 inches swatch.



K = true knit stitch

YO = yarn over

k2tog = knit 2 together

K1 = knit the next peg

P = purl stitch

P2tog = purl 2 together



True knit stitch

Yarn over

k2tog = knit 2 together

P2tog = purl 2 together


Feather Stitch:
P peg 1, P2tog pegs 2 and 3 by moving stitch from 3 to 2, YO peg 3 by simply putting your working yarn over the front of the peg, K peg 4, YO peg 5 after moving stitch from peg 5 to peg 6, P2tog stitches on peg 6, P peg 7, Repeat stitches all the way around the loom, K last peg.

Feather stitch close up

Feather Stitch close up

Feather Stitch Hat

Cast on:

Cast on 36 pegs, the ewrap cast on was used in the sample however, use the cast on of your choice.

Row 1: Follow the Feather Stitch as outlined above.

Row 2: K each peg

Row 3: P each peg

Row 4: K each peg

Repeat Rows 1-4 until desired length is reached.



Modified Gathered or drawstring bind off.

Weave in ends.

Feather stitch Hat



Editor’s notes: We hope you enjoy making the Feather Stitch 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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Dedi Boyer
About Dedi Boyer
Although originally from South Texas; I currently reside in North Texas. I am the mom to two rambunctious boys who are my pride and joy and keep a smile on my face! I have been loom knitting for a little over a year and absolutely love this hobby! Along with Loom Knitting, I also metal detect, hunt and fish. I really enjoy the outdoors. Please feel free to contact me via Facebook
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    I’m assuming that this pattern begins after knitting the brim ??

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