Tejidos Jigra Knits

November 17, 2006

Fair Isle Toddler Chullo Hat / Gorro Chullo de colores Para niña pequeña

Filed under: calcetinar, Family & Friends, Garments, Gorros, Hats, Knitting, malla, Patrones, Patterns, Prendas, punto, Tejer — jigraknits @ 9:33 pm
I’m done! I used the leftover yarn from the sweater and sock ensemble that I knit for my friend’s little one. Apparently she’s tried on the jacket, but it was a bit too large yet. I think it’ll fit in the spring. I hope this hat will fit then too. The patterns were made up as I went along. It’s acrylic sport-weight yarn, and if it weren’t for the fact that it’s a child’s hat and I don’t know the parents’ laundry washing habits, I would have used wool.Free Pattern [Added Jan 23, 2007: Errata – Rnd 49: pd = K; or redownload the pattern] IMGP0977 Finalmente, lo acabe! Use el hilo que sobraba del conjunto de yaqueta y pantuflas que tejí para la niñita de un amigo. Me cuentan que ya a llevado puesto la yaqueta aunque le quedaba un poquito grande, seguramente para la primavera le quedará bien. Ojala este chullito le sirva también. Los patrones los invente mientras lo tejía. El hilo es acrílico con agujas 3mm, si no fuera por el hecho que es para niña y no conozco los habitos de lavandería de los papás, hubiera usado lana.Patron Gratis
Click for pictures of the whole ensemble. Hacer click para fotos del conjunto entero


  1. I made this hat last year using worsted weight ysize 7 or 8 needles, because I thought the sport seemed too small for my grandson. I was wrong, but when my 16 yr. old daughter saw it, she grabbed it and said “this is mine!” She is a 95 lb powerlifter, and has worn or taken this hat to every meet for luck (usually takes 1st place). Now all her friends want one, and it has been renamed the “beast hat,” because my daughter is known as the mini-beast, She has a 220 lb. deadlift.) She has finally agreed to give the original to a guy friend, if I make her another one in her theme colors before her next meet. The original was made out of tiny bits of leftover yarn, and the layout wasn’t even planned. I kinda thought it was a little ugly, but those high school kids think it’s the greatest. So….
    thanks for a terrific pattern! One tip for new knitters, because I am, and had a devil of a time getting started on dpn’s. Didn’t know I could slide the stitches to the other end of the same needle, as in an I-cord for a few rows. Just figured it out after making my first i-cord a few weeks ago.

    Comment by Gina — January 16, 2012 @ 4:18 pm

  2. gracias por compartir con nostras, me pidio mi hermano que le tejiera a sus nietos unos gorros asi, asi que pronto los hare y te enviare fotos…

    Comment by gabita moor — January 31, 2010 @ 2:54 am

  3. Hi,

    I want to make this hat, but I don’t see that you have included the amount of yarn you need to buy in each color. Can you or someone who has made this hat tell me how much to buy? Thanks

    Comment by Pat — December 15, 2007 @ 12:27 pm

  4. hola, no inventes ese gorro esta padrisimoo, te luciste felicidades!!!

    Comment by saty — June 10, 2007 @ 6:55 pm

  5. Estoy haciendo un gorro con orejeras, pero con ganchillo, tengo que prepararme mentalmente para aventurarme a hacerlo con agujas y para más, con tantos colores.

    Comment by jardin — March 13, 2007 @ 5:07 pm

  6. Lindo chullo! no veía uno desde que fui a Perú, donde creo que es un gorro tipico…ya recordé porqué queria tanto uno, está genial! y gracias por el patron…intentaré hacer uno.

    Comment by Jackeline — January 8, 2007 @ 7:19 pm

  7. que hermoso gorro! Me encanta. Cuando aprenderai fair isle o tejar con dos colores, seguramente hacer por mi hijo!
    Mil gracias!

    Comment by craftycarole — December 12, 2006 @ 7:24 pm

  8. Wow, what a gorgeous hat — and I love the scarf above too. I am so impressed that you designed it yourself. I’ll be back to be further motivated by your site again. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Comment by Kayleen — December 12, 2006 @ 2:20 pm

  9. I was looking for a chullo ! and here I am, perhaps my lucky man will be happy with this pattern…
    So long…
    I just try knitting a chullo hat, new year…
    thanks for your free pattern

    Comment by Catherine — December 6, 2006 @ 11:43 am

  10. Love the toddler hat. Do you have the same hat in teen’s size. I have not been able to find one that I like as well as your toddler hat.

    Comment by Karen — November 26, 2006 @ 11:44 am

  11. te pasaste, lindo el gorrito, contaras como lo hiciste, tefelicito, hermoso.

    Comment by Erika — November 22, 2006 @ 2:16 pm

  12. Hola Jigra o Carlos… está maravillosos ese chulo… muy lindos colores. Te felicito haces cosas maravillosas.


    Comment by Verito — November 22, 2006 @ 2:12 pm

  13. Muy bueno Carlos!!! Felicitaciones!!

    Comment by alejandra — November 22, 2006 @ 10:20 am

  14. Ohhhhhhhh! Está perfecto!
    Te felicito por tu buen hacer.

    Comment by Señoralinda — November 18, 2006 @ 8:18 pm

  15. me encanto el gorrito con oregeras,, la forma y el diseño guuuuuaw….

    Comment by Maria Reina — November 18, 2006 @ 3:31 pm

  16. Hi Charles! the hat is lovely! I’m sure your friend’s little one will look adorable wearing the jacket and the hat.

    Comment by Carla — November 18, 2006 @ 6:11 am

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