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Easy Scalloped Edge Hat

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A very simple hat indeed! This is made sideways, with a fun, neat and easy mini scallop edge , as you knit. Easy directions for completing, and no decreases or increases! The hat fits most heads very well, and because of the nature of the pattern, can be made even larger. We used a fuzzy type worsted weight yarn, and knitting needles, US # 10.5. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting skills GAUGE Gauge: 4 Stitches = 1 Inch 7 Rows = 1 Inch SUGGESTED YARN 175 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn, Fuzzy, Approximately 31/2 Ounces 1 Pair Knitting Needles, # 101/2

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