hats newborn-adult 'pixie three flower'

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hats newborn-adult 'pixie three flower' Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on, knit, purl, k2tog

Pattern Description:

A very special chunky garter stitch beanie hat with a pretty cluster of three handknit flowers.
A beautiful newborn gift for you to make.
I wanted to design a hat that was easy to knit but also looks so special and pretty.
This hat is knitted with any wool that recommends 9mm (US#13) needles. If you have some DK in your unused stash that you would like to use up...... just knit with 3 strands to make this chunky hat. The hat in this photo is knitted with 3 strands of DK wool. The flower is knitted with one strand of DK Double knit wool on 4mm needles to make a lighter/finer flower.

Copyright. All rights reserved rocket clothing company ltd. August 2010
This pattern is copyrighted and is sold for PERSONAL USE ONLY. The use of this pattern for any other purpose is prohibited. MAKING AND SELLING THIS DESIGN OR RE-SELLING THIS KNITTING PATTERN IS PROHIBITED.

Gauge:

5cms = 5 rows
5cms = 5 1/2 sts

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • newborn, 3-12 months, 1-3 years, 4-11 years, adult

Materials:

  • Hat - Between 30gms and 70gms depending on the size knitted. Use any yarn that recommends 9mm (US#13) needles. or knit with 3 strands of DK to get the same thickness of wool. small amount of DK Double knit for the flower

You Will Also Need:

  • Use a pair of 9mm (US 13) straight needles for the hat, Use a pair of 4mm (US 5) straight needles for the flower.

About Designer

About Designer

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My love of arts and crafts began as a child when my mother set up a craft club each week for myself and two of my friends. I was totally captivated and the seed was planted!.
My lovely mother also taught me to knit. She had so much patience as I dropped my stitches more often than I knitted them for quite a while!
I left school and studied at art school for 6 years. I spent my first two years ...

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