I’ve been knitting for several years (on and off) but I am new to this community. I am stuck on a pattern for a baby hat that a friend of my grandmother gave me. From looking at the end of the pattern (photo attached), I think the hat should be knit in the round using double pointed needles - (no directions to sew a seam; rather, draw the long end of the yarn through remaining stitches and draw up tightly). However, during the body of the pattern, it talks about a right side and a wrong side, with rows alternating between knitting and pearling. I can’t make heads nor tails of how I am supposed to knit this. Should I just knit as written using DPNs - in the round? Or am I supposed to knit it straight using circular needles, which would make sense of a right and wrong side…?
I have already completed the rib stitch and just started the main body, but I don’t want to go any further until I can confirm what I’m supposed to be doing - I am using DPNs and working in the round…
Any ideas please?
Thank you so much!