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ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern

from ROFL Hat Factory
(6) Name: 'Knitting : ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern
ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern
ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern
ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern
ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern
ROFL Monkey Hat Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Small Amount Fair Isle/2 color Stranding
  • (KFB) Knit Front & Back
  • I-cord

Pattern Description:

Monkey Business is required with this hat. A simple hat with plenty of personality. The i-cord tail winds around to follow behind. The eye lashes make it look like a girl, but try one without and see how much it changes the personality.

The point of the nose on the hat, has only 8 rows of 2 Color Stranding. This is good for a beginner looking for a little challenge to learn something new. Don't worry I have instructions and included links to videos to help with the tricky stuff.

The yarn is inexpensive, easy to substitute and available at most craft stores. So you can make plenty as gifts that everyone will ROFL for.
ROFL (Roll On the Floor Laughing) is my mission in knitting.

Gauge:

Stockinet Stitch: 1 inch = 4 st x 6 rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Kids Large: 18.5"circm. (max stretch 21"), Kids Small: 14.5" circm. (max stretch 18")

Materials:

  • Bernat Softee Chunky 100% ACRYLIC 100g/3.5oz 1 Ball Dark Taupe (MC) 1 Ball Soft Taupe (CC) (This should be enough to make 2 Small Hats)
  • #6 (US) DPN set of 4 (8" Length is preferred) #6 (US) 16" Cable
  • Buttons for eyes and nostril, Large Size Hat, (2) 1" White Flat, (2) 3/4" Black Flat, (2) 1/2" Brown Shank
  • Buttons for eyes and nostrils Small Size Hat (2) 1 3/8" White Flat, (2) 1" Black Flat, (2) 1/2" Brown Shank
  • Poly Fiber Batting: Small amount (approx. Quart size plastic bag): Tapestry Needle, Stitch Markers, Regular Sewing Needle and thread


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For 30 years, I've been a Graphic Designer/Illustrator by day, and a Fiber Artist by night. (Sometimes very late at night.) I'm a self taught fiber nut. I love to invent techniques and create my own ...

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