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Blythe Cupcake Hat – Knitting Pattern

A couple of months ago I decided that I NEEDED to knit a blythe cupcake hat for a swap. Luckily there are some lovely crochet patterns available for cupcake hats for Blythe. Unluckily I can’t crochet to save my life. The only solution? Invent a pattern. So I did. Here it is. I hope you enjoy.

cupcake_topBlythe cupcake hat Pattern

This pattern is knit from the bottom up.

Materials

Yarn weight: 3 or 4 ply.
Needle size: US 2mm needles.

Cupcake holder

( This uses the reverse side of broken rib stitch )
In colour A cast on 90 sts
Row 1 (RS): Knit
Row 2: K1 *p1, k1; rep from * to end
repeat rows 1 and 2, 7 more times (18 rows in total)

Blythe cupcake hat
Icing

Switch to colour B
Starting with a perl row St st 4 rows.
With wrong side of work facing you, *knit 1, (yarn round needle, knit two together). Repeat from * to end. You will see that you have knitted a series of “holes” but still have the same amount of stitches on the needle as you started with.
Knit next row
Perl row
(K8, K2tog) to end
St st 5 rows
(K7, K2 tog) to end
St st 5 rows
(K6, K2 tog) to end
Perl row
(K5, K2 tog) to end
(P4, P2 tog) to end
(K3, K2 tog)to end
Perl row
(K2, K2tog) to end
(P1, pP2tog) to end leaving 18 sts
(K2tog) to end leaving 9 sts
P2tog, P1, P2tog, P1, P2tog, P1 leaving 6 sts

Blythe cupcake hat

Cherry

Switch to Color C
Knit row
*Kfb to end leaving 12sts
Knit 3 more rows
*K3tog to end leaving 4sts
Run a thread thought the remaining stitches and tighten.

 

Finishing

Sew up the seams. From the inside of the hat whip stitch the picot edge in place at the point where the colours change. Decorate the icing section using thread or beads as preferred. Block the piece while wet.

If this Blythe cupcake hat pattern works out for you please let me know, or even better send me a picture. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing someone finding my patterns useful.Same goes for any problems. If anyone spots an error please let me know so I can correct the pattern for the next person.

3 Comments

  1. Sinead

    DonnaT103 has made an absolutely beautiful cupcake hat from this pattern and posted her picture here http://www.flickr.com/photos/93723647@N03/9677252220/lightbox/

  2. sharon

    Dear Sinead, would you please post to me where I can find the DIMENSIONS of your lovely, and truly CUTE Blythe hat ?
    Thank You SO MUCH for this lovely pattern. I hope to send you a pic when I’m done, and I will be SURE to post where get it! ; )
    Have a Great Blythe Day!

    • Sinead O'Brien

      Hi Sharon

      The hat is sized specifically to fit a Blythe dolls head. A quick google search says a blythe head = 10.5″ in circumference approx. It is sized to be slightly wider to accommodate her hair. Hope that helps.

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