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Trying to find a Newsboy Cap Knitting Pattern
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Feb 1, 2011 19:28:32   #
Hi Folks,

I've been searching all over online trying to find a pattern for a Newsboy Cap with the bill or peak and haven't found any decent patterns. Though I do prefer a bill or peak that is ribbed. I think it looks cleaner than the one pictured below.

If you happen to know where I can locate, or have one you don't mind sharing, that would be great.
Attaching a photo so you can see the type of cap I'm looking to create.

Thanks so much!
Newsboy Cap with brim

Feb 1, 2011 19:36:18   #
This is my design but it belongs to Coats and Clark.

Go to Ravelry - search knitlogical - look through my portfolio and click to download as far as I am aware that.s all you have to do. If not PM me.
Newsboy Hat and Fingerless gloves

Feb 1, 2011 19:55:40   #
love the pattern, thanks for sharing

KnitLogical wrote:
This is my design but it belongs to Coats and Clark.

Go to Ravelry - search knitlogical - look through my portfolio and click to download as far as I am aware that.s all you have to do. If not PM me.
Feb 1, 2011 21:04:54   #

Just a couple of hats. Good luck.
Feb 2, 2011 13:52:46   #
I was reading your post this morning and then about 5 minutes ago was doing a search for a sweater for my new puppy and I came across this

So lol I was supposed to find this I think ... anyway hope this helped <3
Feb 2, 2011 14:08:44   #
There are two patterns on redheart, but one has already been posted by elaine(the first one). There was another one very similar by Debbie Stoller.
i haven't seen one exactly like the one in the pic though. Hope someone else can help more.
Feb 2, 2011 14:15:01   #
hildy3 (a regular here)
I have found that Lion has just about any pattern I look for, FREE. They also send a nice catalog twice a year. To all my new friends on this site, I'll just pass along the folowing. I print patterns sot hat I don't have to wonder where I saw one. I have accumulated so many that I now have 6 notebooks, organized into knitting and crocheting, looming, etc., then tabbed sheets for scarves, hats, baby, toys, etc. One is strictly for instructions and tutorials (same thing?) A friend stopped by and went thru my knit book for a cap and took home 3 copies. Met a lady from Missouri in a store who wanted a stocking cap pattern. I gave her my number and when she got back home, called to thank me for helping find just what she wanted.. Is this a great small world? No strangers in my life.
Feb 2, 2011 15:32:34   #
I found one from Red Heart on line. It was knitted from RED HEART ZOOMY. I knitted it from worsted weight for my granddaughter. I assume that you could go to the Red Heart website. It looks great.

Feb 2, 2011 15:35:17   #
I've looked a lot for these--best one I found is in Stitch 'N Bitch for knitting. Has a great "bill" with plastic canvas inside of it.

Feb 2, 2011 15:55:44   #
hildy3 (a regular here)
Hi Kittikatt..Try Lion Brand #80777..also, Newsboy Cap. I haven't made either, just in my hat notebook. Hope it helps.
Feb 2, 2011 18:10:58   #
Here's one I like. Enjoy!

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Feb 2, 2011 20:23:32   #
I found one at the Knit Picks site, but not sure if it was free or if I paid for it. Really cute for young boys.
Feb 2, 2011 20:53:06   #
Hi there

I am new to the site. I printed out this pattern but I have not completed it but it looks close to what you're looking for. Google -" Free Intermediate Knit Pattern - Newsboy Hat "
You don't need the quotation marks.

Feb 3, 2011 00:53:22   #
I can't find that yarn listed on Red Heart's site. Is it new or very old?
Feb 3, 2011 04:25:10   #
The pattern that knitlogical designed now available on Coats and Clark really looked the closest to what you pictured. I was surprised. I down loaded it also. Jan
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