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Double ARROW Hat


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  • Colorwork
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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DOUBLE ARROW Hat is the perfect FAMILY autumn/winter beanie. An easy Aran yarn hat for warmth with an insertion of a double Arrow stitch. Make a hat with a different combination of colours for each family member. PATTERN DETAILS: DIFFICULTY: Easy Intermediate SIZES: Four (4) sizes - A = Small; B = Medium; C= Adult Large; D = Adult XLarge MEASUREMENTS: A = Circumference 19in (48cm); Length 7.5in (19cm) B = Circumference 20.5in (52cm); Length 8in (20cm) C = Circumference 22in (56cm); Length 8.5in (22cm) D = Circumference 23.5in (60cm); Length 9in (23cm) YARN USED: Knitcraft Aran Yarn with Wool ● 80% Acrylic 20% Wool ● 200g ● 426yd (390m) SUBSTITUTE YARNS: Hayfield Bonus Aran with Wool - please check YARNSUB website for best match. YARDAGE Approx.: A - 51g = 108yd (99m) B - 60g = 128yd (117m) C - 69g = 146yd (134m) D - 78g = 166yd (152m) TENSION: 15sts x 18 rows to 4in (10cm) in sc stitch NOTIONS: 5mm hook, Yarn needle PATTERN NOTES: Hat is worked top down in the round. Instructions are for a two (2) colour hat. Each round is completed before changing colour. Photographs accompany the written instructions at the end of this pattern.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Hayfield Bonus Aran with Wool
  • 5mm hook
  • Yarn needle

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