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Harvey Honeycomb Hat

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This is the perfect hat for last minute holiday gifts. Using Bernat Roving, the toddler size takes only 1.5 hours, the child/tween hat only 2 hours, and the adult hat only 2.5 hours! The Harvey is great for men, women, and children and in super bulky yarn provides stylish warmth for the head and ears all winter long. For those living in warmer climates or for a versatile hat for the warmer months, using fingering weight yarn creates a slouchy hat that can be warm bohemian style or as a beret. The pattern includes instructions for three sizes (Small: baby/toddler, Medium: child/tween, Large: adult one-size) in two different yarn weights (super bulky and fingering). Super Bulky yarn requires size #15 (10.0mm) DPNs and small circulars (optional) for knitting and #17 (12.75mm) for binding off. Fingering yarn requires #6 (4.0mm) DPNs and small circulars (optional) for knitting and #10.5 (6.5mm) for binding off. The gauge for Super Bulky is 9 sts x 12 rows in 4 inches on #15 needles in the pattern in the round and gauge for Fingering is 15.5 sts x 24 rows in 4 inches on #6 needles in the pattern in the round. You will need less than one skein for any size of hat. GAUGE Super Bulky is 9 sts x 12 rows in 4 inches on #15 needles in the pattern in the round and gauge for Fingering is 15.5 sts x 24 rows in 4 inches on #6 needles in the pattern in the round. SUGGESTED YARN 100 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Bernat Roving COLORWAY Rice Paper or Lichen

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Kimberly found her love of design while knitting plastic bags into shoes and fishing nets for her Master’s thesis (for resource poor areas of the world with lots of errant polyethylene - not just for funsies). She found that working with yarn was sooo much nicer and the possibilities to make beautiful things were endless. Kimberly is now a full-time designer and an aspiring knitting travel writer - it may not be a profession yet, but give her time! Check out AroundtheWorldin80Skeins.com - a blog tour talking to fiber artists about their inspirations!