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Magikarp Fish Hat

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Doesn't this hat look fun? Make it for a Pokemon fan or collector as a birthday or Christmas gift, or make it for yourself! It's sure to bring smiles to all who see you wearing it. The different sizes are achieved by using different hook sizes--using a 5.5 mm hook gave me an 18" head size, while using a 7mm the size was about 22" (not stretched). As you begin the hat at the Fish's mouth, it's easy to measure or try on after a few rounds to make sure the size is right. The adult size hat uses less than a full skein of Red Heart Supersaver for the main colour, and approximately 50g each of white, yellow, and pink. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet, half double crochet, decrease, increase, work in the round, sew items together double crochet, treble crochet GAUGE varies according to size wanted SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS adult youth child SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver Solids COLORWAY Main colour: orange

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5.5mm hook for 18" youth size
  • Red Heart super Saver Solids, approximately 50g each of yellow, white, and pink
  • Red Heart Super Saver Solids, 1 skein

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West Coast Fibre Arts
West Coast Fibre Arts
Hi--Welcome to West Coast Fibre Arts! Something's Fishy here...because you will find fun modern (and often fishy) designs as well as Victorian-inspired patterns! I am Wendy, designer/host of West Coast Fibre Arts, and I live in Cumberland, British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada, where the (usually) mild winters and warm summers make gardening and outdoor activities a true pleasure. On those days when the rainforest lives up to its name, I spend my time playing with fibre…knitting, crocheting, spinning, dying. I am also absorbed in the study of women’s history and women’s writing. I have been enchanted with the Victorian and Edwardian eras since early girlhood, since I first discovered my grandmother’s romance novels and L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables series. This is reflected in the amount of time I spend both working on Recyling, Rewriting & Redesigning patterns I find in publications of those times, and in the novel I am currently writing–set in the late Victorian period and featuring parlourmaid Kate Mathieson, following her adventures, misadventures, and mysteries, as well as period recipes, knitting/crochet/and other “Fancywork” patterns, and more.