LK 150 is mid gauge (6.5mm pitch) Probably will need fewer stitches than
standard-(4.5 mm pitch) so prepare to swatch and reduce stitches and rows.
The standard formula: Stockinet tension around 7 - 8. cast on 80
stitches. If you are ribbing, do 24 rows rib at tension 4 - 5, transfer to
stockinet. Knit (tension 7-8) 11 1/2 inches, return to rib, 24 rows to
match beginning, bind off. Fold in half and sew the side seams.
If you are not using ribbing, you could use mock rib, or rolled brim. Try
a rolled brim, with every 4 needle out of work for the 24 rows at beginning
and end- at tension 4 - 5.
The squarish top makes the cat ears when you wear it.You are basically
knitting a rectangle that is approx. 11 - 12 inches wide and 17 inches
long. You will fold the rectangle in half and seam the sides
On your LK, try tension 5 - 7 for stockinet and maybe 3 - 4 for ribbing,
mock rib or rolled brim.
There is a lot unsaid in this pattern- presuming that you know your machine
and basic mk stuff. If you are more of a beginner, happy to coach you
through this. I know your machine.