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Boy's Spring Fisherman Hat


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Pattern Details

Looking for that cute hat for your baby boy? This hat was designed to be worn in the spring/summer. The brim keeps the sun out of the eyes and off the face. This was designed in cotton yarn to keep babies head cooler. This fisherman hat includes two ties that are connected with an oval cord lock. Thus, hat can be slightly tightened under the chin without tying! This pattern is an easy design that any beginner user can knit! It is knit in rounds, so there are no seams! Simple knit stitch throughout the whole hat! Enjoy this quick and easy knit that would look lovely on any baby boy! I used Bernat handicrafter Cotton yarn for this design. Could also use other cotton. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl K2tog Cast on GAUGE 14 stitches x 26 rows = 4" x 4" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS NB (12.5") 3 mths (15") 6 mths (16") 12 mths (17") 2 yrs (18") SUGGESTED YARN 100 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Bernat Handicrafter Cotton COLORWAY Tie Die Strips

Supplies Needed

  • 4.5 mm (7 US) circular hat knitting needles
  • 4 - 4.5 mm dpn needles
  • Tapestry Needle

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My name is Lara and I love to knit! I have been knitting for 13 years. My oldest son is almost 13! Before he was born, I picked up the needles and taught myself to knit! I started with a scarf, jumped to a jacket and hat for my newborn and then to a baptism gown! I have knit many, many sweaters, hats, mitts, socks over the last 10 years! Everytime I pick up needles, I have something else in my mind I want to try! I have an electronic systems engineering degree, but have chosen to stay home with my children at this moment. I love working with numbers, so writing up patterns is a great challenge for me! I have 6 wonderful children, so have many opportunities to knit for them! I have also learned some crocheting as I find it adds to my knit projects! I hope you enjoy these patterns as much as I do!