This pattern offers a fun alternative to commonly constructed beanie hats. Using approximately 150-160 yards of sock weight yarn and size 3 needles, you build this hat using short row sections. Accent rows are inserted along the way forming a wonderful look of color and style. A light weight and snug fitting beanie, it wears well in most all seasons and climates.
USE UP YOUR STASH. Mix & match. Use your favorite sock yarn to create this fun to wear beanie.
Finished Size - 7.5 inches long/ 9 inches wide (flat)
Main Color - 140 - 150 yards
Contrast Color - 10 yards
26 stitches/36 rows in 10 cm (stockinette)
150 yards of Fingering weight
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