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Kids Earflap Hat


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This knitting pattern is for the Industrial Whimsy Kids Earflap Hat. Full color, high quality pictures and written instructions. About the pattern: Full color, high quality pictures and written instructions. This is a one size hat that has sizing tips for toddlers (1-3yrs), little kids (4-6yrs) and big kids (7+) This is a great pattern to knit up for birthday, Christmas presents or winter time! This hat is fun and a quick knit with super bulky yarn! **** The Fine Print: This pattern may be simple but it belongs to Industrial Whimsy, LLC. You can make as many of these earflap hats as you'd like for your kids or to give as gifts. You cannot make them to sell, you cannot sell this pattern, make copies of this pattern or any part of it, or give this pattern away. Please refer your friends here or to so they can purchase a pattern of their own. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY use double pointed needles cast on using long tail method increase by knitting into the front and back how to do a slip, slip, purl (ssp) how to braid 3 strands of yarn how to make a pom pom weave in ends knit two stitches together purl two stitches together SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 1-3 yrs, 4-6yrs, 7+ yrs SUGGESTED YARN 90 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Malabrigo Rasta

Recommended with this pattern

  • Super bulky yarn 90-100 yds
  • US 11 double pointed needles
  • stationary stitch marker

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Industrial Whimsy
Industrial Whimsy
I'm a lover of yarn. I knit almost every day. I sell my hand knits at and my patterns as well. I strive to keep my designs simple, functional and beautiful. I also love to hand dye yarn, hand spin and crochet a bit. I enjoy it all very much and I'm so glad my aunt bought me a Learn to Knit DVD from Target in 2005. I've been happily knitting ever since! :)