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Tiny Dancer Winter Hat & Scarf - 2-5 yrs


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My 4 1/2 year old granddaughter asked me if I would make her a hat in pink. She asked me what else I could make for her. She suggested boots! LOL! I told her I couldn't make boots, but I could knit her a scarf to go with her hat. She loved that idea! She is in pre-ballet class, and I used ballet as my inspiration for the design because I think the ruffles look like tutus. I also made her younger sister a similar adorable set. The perfect yarn for this project is Caron Simply Soft 100% acrylic. The yarn is double-stranded for the majority of the hat (not the ruffle). The scarf is not double-stranded, but it is also knit in the round, so it is doubly thick as well. 2-12-2015: The ruffle's round 7 should really be round 6 and has been corrected. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit in the round increase purl GAUGE Stockinette St. double-stranded #9 needle: 3.5 sts and 5 rounds = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS hat: circumference 17 (17) inches hat: height 7 (7,5) inches scarf: width 3 inches Length: varies PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft 100% Acrylic

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2 skeins worsted weight yarn - 1 skein Color A and 1 skein Color B
  • 25 yds worsted weight yarn - Color C
  • U.S. Size 8 and 9 16-inch circular needles and double-pointed needles

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