In part 3 of the Whoopee Hat knit-along, I demonstrate how to knit the body of the hat. The body is composed of 4 sections of 12 rows that are either the same, or with only slight variations, for a total of 48 rows – repeated 3 times. This video goes over the techniques used in this portion of the pattern, specifically:
If you’ve missed the first three parts of this KAL, go back and get all the details through the links below:
Stay tuned for Part 4 – which will walk you through using kitchener stitch to graft the cast-on row and the last row together.
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