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Sea Star Beanie


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  • Ribbing
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

The Sea Star Beanie is full of texture, making it an excellent pattern for solid colors. The shaping of the crown leaves the top of the hat with a design similar to a pinwheel or a sea star (with six legs), hence its name. The hat is more fitted around with a slightly slouchy length. Directions are given for four sizes: baby, toddler, child, and teen/adult. Also included are some tips on adjusting the hat’s circumference. This hat is made using worsted weight yarn. Materials List: ~U.S. 6 (4.00 mm) 16” Circular Knitting needle ~Set of U.S. 6 (4.00 mm) Double Pointed Knitting needles ~1 stitch marker ~ Approximately 190 yards of worsted weight yarn (weight category 4); this is a generous estimate based on the teen/adult size. Some suggested yarns include Lion Brand Wool Ease, Lion Brand Heartland, and Lion Brand Heartland Tweed. ~Tapestry or Wool Needle ~Scissors

Recommended with this pattern

  • Lion Brand Wool-Ease YarnLion Brand Wool-Ease Yarn
  • U.S. 6 (4.00 mm) 16” Circular Knitting needle
  • Set of U.S. 6 (4.00 mm) Double Pointed Knitting needles

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Accents by MeMe Mae
Crafting for me began when I was around 9 and received my first sewing box kit. I remember hand stitching little items for my barbie dolls. Nothing fancy and I definitely did not know anything about patterns. That was the extent of my sewing until about 3 and a half years ago when I got my first sewing machine and taught myself to sew. I have been hooked since. However, my first true crafting love was crocheting. My mom taught me to crochet when I was young, sometime when I was around 10 to 12. When I was 16 or 17, my parents bought me a how-to-knit book for my birthday and I was knitting in no time. Hats, scarves, wash clothes, etc. They also bought me a crocheting book at the same time, which took my crocheting skills to a much more sophisticated level. I still have some of the baby layette sets I crocheted just for fun. When I started college, my knitting and crochet needles were sadly neglected but I picked them up again a couple years ago and have learned so much more than I knew then. But that is the beauty of crafting: you are always learning, always perfecting your craft!