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Bear Hat

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Do you frequently have a frequent hankering for berries, find yourself wandering through camp sites, and on occasion, sleep through the entire winter? Perhaps you were meant to be a bear. The bear hat pattern is a mixture of knit and crochet. The hat is knit while the ears are crochet. The crochet portion is in chart form along with written instructions. A light brown and dark brown bear hat can be made with the amount yarn suggested. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round decreasing single crochet double crochet double crochet increase GAUGE Baby (Adult) Knitting: 24sts/ 36rows (16 sts/ 24 rows) = 4x4in/ 10x10 cm stockinette with size 3/ 3.25mm (8/ 5.0mm) needles. Crochet: 27sts/ 16rows (16sts/ 10rows) = 4x4 in/ 10x10cm in double crochet with size B/ 2.25mm (G/ 4.0mm) hook. Exact gauge is not crucial as long as the stitches are tight. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby: 14in/ 35.5cm circumference, Stretches to fit up to a 17in/ 43cm head, Length from brim to crown when the brim is rolled up: 5in/ 12.7cm, Brim is rolled down: 6.25in/ 15.9cm Adult: 21in/ 53.5cm circumference, Stretches to fit up to a 24in/ 61cm head, Length from brim to crown when the brim is rolled up: 7in/ 18cm, Brim is rolled down: 9in/ 23cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Baby: One skein of Cascade Heritage, fingering weight, 437yds/ 400m, (75% superwash merino wool, 25% nylon) in: Needles/ Hooks Notions Gauge 5639 (Brown), 5610 (Camel)
  • Adult: One skein of Cascade 220, worsted weight, 220yds/ 200m, (100% Peruvian Highland Wool) in: 9557 (Dark Chocolate), 8622 (Camel)
  • Baby: Size 3/ 3.25mm, 12in/ 30cm circular needles and size B/ 2.25mm hook

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Bear Ears
Bear Ears
I taught myself to knit in 2005, crochet in 2006 and spin in 2010. It seems I have a habit of developing hobbies. Fiber truly is a passion. I've worked at a wool mill, done knitting for a farmers market, worked at a yarn shop, and most recently been the general manager for a yarn company. In the winter of 2012, my pattern inspired by the constellations of the northern hemisphere, Celestarium, was put out by Twist Collective. In 2013 I put out my first book, Lit Knits, which contained 10 patterns inspired by classic literature. I don't see myself stopping any time soon!