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Making a tiny hat for halloween or christmas decorations? Why not try using the magic loop!
Cast On 17* stitches
*This pattern using the K2tog joining start so you only need 16 stitches if you plan to join in a different way
Split your stitches and join
Knit 4 rows
K3, *K2tog, K3* to end
Knit 2 rows
*K2, K2tog, K3* to end
*K2, K2tog, K2* to end
*K2tog, K1, K2tog*
Knit 1 row
*K1, K2tog* to end
Throughout the pattern you're decreasing the stitches and will come to 2 stitches remaining.
Cut yarn and feed through the remaining 2 stitches and secure
You can pop your tiny hat on anything really including drinks bottles
Or your someone special!
Stitch along with #KnitCrochetSuperstar Amanda from Lovely by Lee