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Rosamund 2 Hat For Baby, Child, Preteen


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Rosamund 2 is the child size version of Rosamund, which was originally designed to fit 18" dolls like American Girl. It's a sweetly feminine beret done in a highly textured stitch pattern that resembles little flowers, and is topped with a plump pom pom. It's worked in the round and requires minimal finishing. Included in this version are three sizes: - Baby (6 - 12 months) - Toddler/Small Child - Older Child/Preteen Hat is designed to fit with 2" of negative ease at brim, and 2" of positive ease for the body of hat. Finished hat circumferences are as follows: ___________Brim___Body Baby..................14"...........18" Toddler.............16"...........20" Older Child......18"...........22" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knitting in the round Increasing Decreasing GAUGE 30 stitches and 56 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch in the round In the Flowers Stitch Pattern used for the body of the hat, each "flower" is 4 sts wide. 18 sts (or 4 1/2 flowers) = 2" in the round SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby (6 - 12 months), to fit a 16" head circumference Toddler/Small Child, to fit an 18" head circumference Older Child/Preteen, to fit a 20" head circumference

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn - 250[275:300] yards of fingering weight
  • Needles - Size US 2 (3.00mm) circular needle in 32" length (Size given is only a recommendation. If necessary, adjust needle size in order to obtain the correct gauge.)
  • Notions - Darning needle for sewing in ends

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