Tassel Hat and Matching Thumb-less Mitts

In three sizes from Preemie to 18 months, this pattern includes instructions for both the Tassle Hat and the Thumb-less Mitts. “Thumb-less” mitts are an easy way to get baby ready for going outside in the winter – they slide easily over tiny fists, any which-way. Pattern includes instructions to a six-part video tutorial.

Sizes: Preemie (0 to 6 mo, 6 to 18 mo)
Finished hat sizes: 14” (16”, 18”)
Needles: Size US 7 16” circular or set of size US 7 double-pointed needles
Yarn: Any worsted-weight yarn in 3 colors, 25 to 50 grams total, or 55 to 110 yards total
Additional Materials: stitch marker, tapestry needle
Gauge: 5 stitches per inch

Pattern + links to 6 instructional videos – $5.00 US

Preview Tassel Hat videos
Preview Thumb-less Mitts videos

*Note – this pattern is also available in the Baby Shower Countdown eBook collection.

7 comments on “Tassel Hat and Matching Thumb-less Mitts

  1. I stumbled across one of your videos on utube while looking for baby hat patterns. your video was awesome. thank you so much from a novas knitter.

  2. I really like the tassel hat and mittens. The video on how to add the color rows on the hat are great tips. I would like to make the set, but was wondering how to put a stripe or two on the mittens like the hat. How would you add the colors on the double points and not have the jog.

    I think you are amazing. And your video’s are awesome. I plan to start with this hat and mittens and then move on to your snowflake hat and then the mittens. Thanks for your clear videos and instructions. Suzanne

  3. Hi Suzanne – you can add stripes to the mittens just like you did for the hat, and you can avoid the color change jog the exact same way. Even though you’re using double-pointed needles, the technique is the same!

    Remember, if you have any questions while you’re working through any of my patterns, I’m here to help.

    S t a c i

  4. Hande – thank you for asking. My copyright info states that the pattern is only for personal use, and not commercial use.

    Thanks again for asking –
    S t a c i

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