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Mother Goose Hat


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  • Stranded

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A sweet, slightly tall hat, knit in the round, for an infant, (3-12 months); toddler (9-18 months); or small child (12 months to 3 years). Sport weight yarn is used for this fun hat. Full of fun techniques - A Double-Braided edge that will make you feel quite accomplished (looks harder than it is!) and topped with a chunky tassel or the modern choice, baby dredlocks. Baby dreds are just small drapery cords you twist yourself and wrap together with yarn. Dreds stand tall on the tip of the hat and make a really bold statement. Mother Goose may be old-fashioned but this hat will put your baby top on the fashion charts! Two color stranded stockinette The pattern includes 2 charts that you copy, cut out and tape together separating them on the hat with markers to make them easy to track. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round stranded knitting GAUGE 26 sts x 28 rows in stranded stockinette = 4 in SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS infant / toddler / small child SUGGESTED YARN 240 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN knit picks wool of the andes Sport or Cascade 220 Sport COLORWAY Pink and White or Blue and White

Recommended with this pattern

  • 200 - 240 yards sport weight yarn
  • seam needle

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Lisa McFetridge
Lisa McFetridge
Lisa has been knitting all her life, Hats and Mittens, Cowls and Doll Sweaters are favorite things to design. They are fast, easy and visible. Color brings joy to the eyes. Knit. Shop. Love. The secret to life! Lisa had an AMAZING time as the knitting instructor on the SHEEP AHOY Knitting Cruise to Canada from Boston in October 2014. Lisa teaches Hat Design Classes and has created finishing videos to help bring any project from "homemade to handmade". This link connects to the videos. Enjoy!