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Bright IDEA Hat Light Bulb Thinking Cap


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Imagine the Thinks you can Think with the Bright IDEA! Hat!! Perfect gift for that special someone who is always coming up with amazing ideas. Available in three sizes for just about everyone in your family. BONUS: Now every purchased Crochet by Darleen Hopkins pattern comes with the Crazy Frog Hat! The Crazy Frog pattern has been added to the Light Bulb pdf. Learn more about him here: Please note, this pattern is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or redistributed. Completed hats may be sold but please credit Darleen Hopkins as the designer. If selling online, a link to my shop is appreciated. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Standard US Stitches Knowledge of changing colors mid-row GAUGE Gauge is very important for proper sizing of the hat. Please take the time to check for proper gauge and adjust yarn or hook size as necessary. 10 sc and 12 rows = in 3″ sc SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small fits approximate 171/2"- 191/2" head circumference (average Child 3yrs - 6yrs) Medium fits approximate 191/2" - 211/2" head circumference (average Child/Tween) Large fits approximate 211/2" - 231/2" head circumference (average Teen/Adult) SUGGESTED YARN 207 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand Cotton Ease

Recommended with this pattern

  • All sizes: Light bulb (Y) .5oz/30g, 60yds/55m (Maize #186)
  • All sizes: Small amount of black (Charcoal #152)
  • Small: Main Color (MC) 3oz/70g 144yds/131m (Azalea #195)

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Crochet by Darleen Hopkins
I've been crocheting for a number of years now. I started out to find something to keep my hands busy while watching TV-better than snacking. I very quickly became addicted. When I found myself altering patterns I decided it was time to start designing my own. I began crocheting children's hats for Halos of Hope in 2010. They are a great organization that sends soft hats to chemo centers all over the USA. I hope my silly hats can bring some happiness to a child fighting a terrible disease. Please check them out at Join my Crochet by Darleen Hopkins Newsletter list: