Knits have some specialcharm, create an atmosphere of comfort and reminiscent of the house. However, recently it is also an attribute that can easily turn you into a stylish fashionista. Take, for example, hats. The main masthead of the winter season was a knitted cap with ears - a warm and creative acquisition that absolutely any girl can do herself. The model presented below is designed for a head whose girth does not exceed 58 centimeters. We will knit knitting needles of two kinds - hosiery and on a line, and two different yarns - "grass" and acrylic. Type on the stocking spokes 142 loops "grass" andtie in a circle fourteen rows of hollow gum. For those who first encountered such a scheme, I will say that in odd rows only facial loops are used, while the purlins are transferred to the other spoke, carrying a working thread in front of them. But the purl loops are tied in even rows, leaving the thread behind the loop, and the facial ones are transferred to the spoke unchanged. The next stage will be the separation of all loops into two layers (71 loops), where in the outer layer there will be facial loops, and in the inner layer, respectively, purl. After that, the loops of the outer layer are transferred to additional spokes, and the inner ones are left in place, continuing the work-it is necessary to knit 50 rows of silk with acrylic in a circle, and bend the resulting fabric in half and join the loops with a knitted suture. Next, go back to the outer layer that you needmove from auxiliary to working knitting needles. After that, tie 55 rows of "grass" (use the smooth surface), the resulting sheet in half and connect with a knitted suture. In summary, you should see a rectangle. Finally, place the part bound from the acrylic inside and fasten the layers to the corners. Done! Now you are the lucky owner of a fashionable homemade hat with ears, by which you can experiment as much as you like: bend down, leave it standing, give it volume, or, on the contrary, make it flat - only your imagination works here. I hope that this knitting lesson brought you not only a benefit, but also a lot of fun, because things made by ourselves are much nicer to wear - it's the same efforts and time spent on being beautiful. In addition, one can always boast that "hands are growing, from where you need it," as they say. Why spend too much if you can manage on your own!