Star Wars Storm Trooper Hat by Sheila Toy Stromberg
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Star Wars Storm Trooper Hat

Knitting
April 2013
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches and 6 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
300 - 350 yards (274 - 320 m)
One size
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

I originally saw Sarah Bradberry’s Star Wars charts on Ravelry and fell in LOVE. This hat uses her charts, but reconfigured a bit to fit my stitch count. You can reconfigure any of her Star Wars charts to fit this hat if you see another motif you love! Just make sure the final stitch count of the chart works for the 100 stitches cast on. Explore her other charts— they’re amazing.

The pattern uses 2-3 colors of yarn, about 100 yards of each. I worked the sample up in dark green, white, and gray. I love the way it turned out. The hat did work up about 20” wide, but easily blocked to 24” (my husband’s head size). The band says “May the force be with you”, obviously!

The pattern can be downloaded at:
http://sheilatoystromberg.com/product/star-wars-storm-tro...

The chart for the hat is found on:
http://knitting-and.com/knitting/patterns/hats/starwars.html

This pattern is copyrighted and you cannot sell the pattern, items made using it, or make any money from my intellectual property. Thanks!


Due to a large volume of people thinking they “know” about copyright law, and believe my terms of use to be inappropriate, please read this:

  1. I am not claiming to have created anything to do with Star Wars. I cannot be sued by them because: A. I am not making money from their intellectual property. To be able to sue someone successfully for damages, you have to prove they made money off your intellectual property. So if you sell things made by following my pattern, it would be extremely easy for me to successfully litigate against you. I am not making money from this pattern, but you would be. Do you see the difference? B. I am not claiming to have created their intellectual property, nor am I claiming to have created the Storm Trooper chart. That is the intellectual property of Sarah Bradbury, who was given full credit for and approved of my use of her charts in my pattern. I have followed all the correct channels to create this pattern which is why it has been online for so long; if Lucas had any legal grounds to tell me to cease and desist, that would have already happened. It has not because it cannot because I’m not breaking any copyright laws. C. I am only claiming copyright on my own intellectually property: namely my hat pattern. That absolutely is my intellectual property and as such I have the legal right to dictate it’s use as long as I spell out the terms of use, which I have clearly done in the pattern. That is the legal prescient, which I have complied with.

  2. If a person creates a pattern and dictates terms of use as being in violation by a person selling their created items without further licensing form the creator, the creator is certainly legally entitled to damages and can easily and successfully litigate against the violator. You decide if you want to roll the dice here. I have the force of the law on my side.

  3. By downloading this pattern, you are agreeing to my terms of use. You can think they are ridiculous. You can think I don’t have a legal right. You are wrong and if you don’t like my terms of use, please feel free to go find another pattern to exploit. By downloading the pattern you are agreeing implicitly to the terms laid out here.

  4. If you violate my copyright agreement, not only am I able to take legal action, but I will also happily forward your information, etsy shop, and name to Lucas Films/Disney with the information that you are in violation of their trademark brand.


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