Doctor Who Scarf Hat Knitting Pattern


Recently I finished knitting my Doctor Who scarf… Talk about a mission! I ended up with RSI from the weight of the knitting, and it has significantly slowed my design progress. And then there were the scraps of yarn….


The Doctor Who Scarf Hat was born!

Super easy to knit, and made from the scraps of the scarf yarn. Ideal for a beginner… Or for the Whovian in your family. 😜 The whole hat is made in garter stitch (knitting each row).

The bottom creates a rolled band, so the “wrong side” of the knitting changes during the 3rd colour change. You will see what I mean later if you don’t get it now….

You will need:
Size 4.5mm needles
Yarn scraps in dk:
– tan
– deep purple (think eggplant)
– charcoal
– red
– olive green
– copper
– yellow/gold
(See the doctor who scarf web page for details)

Cast on 90 stitches in tan. This can be adjusted to fit any head though.
Knit 5 rows.

Change to purple. Knit 12 rows.

Change to charcoal. Knit 21 rows.

Change to red. Knit 8 rows.

Change to olive green. Knit 12 rows.

Change to copper. Knit 6 rows.

Change to yellow/gold. Knit 14 rows.

Change to purple. Knit 4 rows.

Change to tan.
K3, k2 together over the whole row
Knit
K2, k2 together over the whole row
Knit
K1, k2 together over the whole row
Knit
K2 together over the whole row
Knit
K2 together over the whole row
Cut yarn, leaving 30cm, thread all stitches onto the yarn, pull to tighten

Stitch up the back of the hat from the top, and attach plaited/braided tassels or a pom-pom. I made tassels.

Fold up the band of the hat into half way through the charcoal section. Stitch this fold up to the seam at the back.

Below you will see the “right side” of the hat, and the messy changing colour bits that show on the “right side” end up inside the band.


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