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Feb 10, 2016 10:00:55   #
Shelly4545
 
julietremain wrote:
Thank you MarilynKnits, jvallas, ladydog....
julie


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Feb 10, 2016 18:46:42   #
MarilynKnits (a regular here)
 
I finished my first 1898 hat in what is for me record time thanks to using the chart. I found a slip stitch/mosaic design that just fits the 84 stitches around and is the right height for the crown. I tend to knit faster when I do something interesting like this sort of design, too.

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Feb 11, 2016 12:34:02   #
sumnerusa
 
I am just starting my fourth hat and am using the chart for the first time. It's a great tool and I am able to progress faster. Thanks for working it out for all of us. Also, I think I have just mastered the provisional cast on ......hope I didn't goof as I will certainly have problems at the end.....STAY TUNED :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Feb 11, 2016 13:11:00   #
LA
 
could you share what pattern you used for the slip/mosaic design for the 1898 hat??
Feb 11, 2016 14:41:46   #
MarilynKnits (a regular here)
 
the download didn't download right. Here is the copy/paste of the Greek Key mosaic/slip stitch pattern.

To keep track of this sort of pattern, I like to put a stitch marker between each repeat of the pattern. There will be 6 repeats of the pattern on each round.

Pick up 84 stitches around the hat through the two thicknesses after folding the band per instructions on the 1898 hat pattern.
With main color A knit foundation row.
1 With B: K 1, *(sl 1 K 5 ) twice, sl 1, K 1 across (14 sts repeat)
2 Every even row repeat previous odd row
3 With A: K 1, *K 1, Sl 1, K 3, sl 1, K 1, sl 1, K 3, sl 1, K 2 acr
4 Every even row repeat previous odd row
5 With B: K 1, *sl 1 K 1 (sl 1 K 3) twice,(sl 1 K 1) twice across
6 Every even row repeat previous odd row
7 With A: K 1 * K 1 sl 1 K 9 sl 1 K 2 across
8 Every even row repeat previous odd row
9 With B: K 1 * sl 1, K 11, sl 1, K 1 across
10 Every even row repeat previous odd row
11 With A: K 1 * K 5, sl 1 K 1 sl 1 K 6
12 Every even row repeat previous odd row
13 With B: K 1 * sl 1, K 11, sl 1, K 1 across
14 Every even row repeat previous odd row
15 With A: K 1 * K 1 sl 1 K 9 sl 1 K 2 across
16 Every even row repeat previous odd row
17 With B: K 1, *sl 1 K 1 (sl 1 K 3) twice,(sl 1 K 1) twice across
18 Every even row repeat previous odd row
19 With A: K 1, *K 1, Sl 1, K 3, sl 1, K 1, sl 1, K 3, sl 1, K 2 acr
20 Every even row repeat previous odd row
21 With B: K 1, *(sl 1 K 5 ) twice, sl 1, K 1 across (14 sts repeat)
22 Every even row repeat previous odd row
23 With A knit across,starting the decrease as written in the original 1898 hat pattern. Just have one row of plain knitting between each row of decrease.



LA wrote:
could you share what pattern you used for the slip/mosaic design for the 1898 hat??
Feb 11, 2016 14:48:08   #
MarilynKnits (a regular here)
 
I think all of us, including Master Knitters as certified by the Knitting Guild Association and major designers sometimes don't do it right the first time. That is one of the charms of knitting that we all have a chance to be perfect and all of us sometimes aren't.

Don't beat yourself up if you make a mistake. Just means you are as human as all the rest of us. You never know, either. Sometimes a "mistake" turns into a gorgeous personal design feature.

sumnerusa wrote:
I am just starting my fourth hat and am using the chart for the first time. It's a great tool and I am able to progress faster. Thanks for working it out for all of us. Also, I think I have just mastered the provisional cast on ......hope I didn't goof as I will certainly have problems at the end.....STAY TUNED :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
Feb 12, 2016 12:20:33   #
nannyminnie
 
Hi Marilyn,
I have tried everything I know (which is not a whole lot!) to print the chart. It looks to be very helpful. I have tried all three downloads several times with no luck. Any ideas??
Marie
Feb 12, 2016 13:23:17   #
dauntiekay (a regular here)
 
nannyminnie wrote:
Hi Marilyn,
I have tried everything I know (which is not a whole lot!) to print the chart. It looks to be very helpful. I have tried all three downloads several times with no luck. Any ideas??
Marie


How about copy and paste to an email that you compose then copy that email. That's what I do when all else fails.
Feb 12, 2016 13:30:48   #
MarilynKnits (a regular here)
 
Go back to page 2 of this topic and scroll down to the chart jvallas was kind enough to present. Copy that and paste it into a word document so you can print it and use it.

I am not computer savvy enough to do more than I have in saving the file.

nannyminnie wrote:
Hi Marilyn,
I have tried everything I know (which is not a whole lot!) to print the chart. It looks to be very helpful. I have tried all three downloads several times with no luck. Any ideas??
Marie
Feb 12, 2016 14:04:47   #
nannyminnie
 
Thanks Dauntekay. I tried that but couldn't get it to work either. It is marked: protected video and everything is disabled so it can't be opened. Oh, well......
Feb 12, 2016 14:21:43   #
sumnerusa
 
nannyminnie wrote:
Thanks Dauntekay. I tried that but couldn't get it to work either. It is marked: protected video and everything is disabled so it can't be opened. Oh, well......


Nannyminnie, if you would private message me your email, I will send it to you. I have it saved as a word document. You can print it that way or just print the email.

Sharon
 
Feb 16, 2016 16:48:46   #
glenniemae
 
MarilynKnits wrote:
I was intrigued by some of the great looking 1898 hats posted here and on Ravelry. I work better keeping track line by line on projects and created a check list sheet which may help anybody who wants to make the 1898 hat and whose mind works in a way that this document would help.

I have been checking lightly in pencil as I finish a row or two so I can erase and reuse the sheet for future hats.

I downloaded in Libre Office. Anybody who can't download, let me know and I will see if I can save in a different format.

Edit update: See my reply a few messages below this one. I saved in a couple of Microsoft versions which I hope will work for everybody who is interested.
I was intrigued by some of the great looking 1898 ... (show quote)


Thank You, Thank You for this chart. I just about given up on making this hat! :thumbup:
Mar 18, 2016 19:47:04   #
SwampCatNana
 
MarilynKnits wrote:
I was intrigued by some of the great looking 1898 hats posted here and on Ravelry. I work better keeping track line by line on projects and created a check list sheet which may help anybody who wants to make the 1898 hat and whose mind works in a way that this document would help.

I have been checking lightly in pencil as I finish a row or two so I can erase and reuse the sheet for future hats.

I downloaded in Libre Office. Anybody who can't download, let me know and I will see if I can save in a different format.

Edit update: See my reply a few messages below this one. I saved in a couple of Microsoft versions which I hope will work for everybody who is interested.
I was intrigued by some of the great looking 1898 ... (show quote)


What do all those numbers and percentages mean?
Mar 19, 2016 00:04:53   #
Jessica-Jean (a regular here)
 
SwampCatNana wrote:
What do all those numbers and percentages mean?
I guess you're not familiar with that program. Ignore them. Or just use the attached photo of the trimmed chart.
The column of numbers in the far left column are simply the line numbers; I probably should have trimmed them too.
The column of numbers in the far left column are s...
without lefthand column of numbers and with empty right hand column to check off
without lefthand column of numbers and with empty ...
third attempt
third attempt...
Mar 19, 2016 12:54:31   #
SwampCatNana
 
Thank you. Especially for the comments.

I have always found this hat very easy to make; as long as you have a row counter!
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