Snowbunny Hat by Lorraine Keeler
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Snowbunny Hat

December 2013
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 15 - 10.0 mm
80 - 100 yards (73 - 91 m)
O/S (hat stretches from 20"-30")
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Never get lost in the snow with this super soft and colorful hat! The whimsical shape and bright colors will brighten your day even in the dead of winter.

Knit on size 15 needles, this project is quick to make and makes a great gift too. It requires about half of a 100g skein of each color, making it a good project for stash busting or great for showcasing a special yarn that isn’t enough for a whole project.

O/S. This hat is stretchy and should fit most women and teenagers.

Height: 9” plus 3” ear flaps. Circumference: 20” (unstretched), 30”(stretched).

Approximately 50 yards of MC and 40 yards of CC in any bulky yarn that fits gauge.

White/pink: Malabrigo Yarn Rasta in natural (1/2 skein) with 2 strands of Classic Elite Yarns Toboggan held together in salmon and ash heather (1/2 skein each).

Oatmeal/green: Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in mushroom (1/2 skein) and Universal Yarn Classic Shades Big Time in reef (1/2 skein).

White: Malabrigo Yarn Rasta in natural (1/2 skein) with Knit Collage Gypsy Garden in white (1 skein).

Suggested needle size:
1 set US 15 circular needles; 1 set US 15 DPNs.

10 sts x 12 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch.

Other materials
Stitch markers (2 each of 2 different colors, markers “A” and “B”).
Tapestry needle

Please Note:

  • This pattern is knit in the round, with earflaps worked flat.

  • Instructions for shaping are written out for the brim, and written out AND charted for the upper portion. For placement of the hearts/dots in the upper portion, you will have to refer to the chart but for decrease placement you can refer to either.

  • This pattern has been tested.