:zombie: ummmm, hmmmm, well..... hmmmmm???
I looked at the pattern n I can't find any yo's anywhere hun?!?:think:
But that aside n all. If you are going to be knitting on the flat instead of the round. Ya'll need to have a decrease on each end (to give it that rounded shape). So you would mirror the decreases. The rest of the decreases you would do as normal but you need to have one at the beginning and end. I would also add two more stitches to your cast on stitches for selvedge or seam allowances. That way you could do the decreases inside the selvedge and have a nice clean edge to stitch together.
Your extra stitches would be worked like this: k1, work the chart, k1, turn.
k1, work the ws ,k1, turn. etc.... decreases would be worked thusly, k1, *skp, k?. repeat from * to last 3 sts, skp,k1.
On the plain rows or rounds just do the k1, work the hat, k1.:guyknitting: