Squishalish by Knitting Expat Designs

Squishalish

Knitting
January 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in K3, P3 worked in the Round
US 7 - 4.5 mm
100 - 250 yards (91 - 229 m)
Child (Adult S, Adult L): 18 (21, 24)" / 46 (53, 61) cm
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

For more information please read the “Who We Are” PDF attached to this download, or refer to the KnitWorthy Collective Ravelry group for donation instructions.

Pattern Designer: Mina Philipp (Knitting Expat Designs)

Pattern Romance
Squishalish is a brimmed beanie that features multiple ribbing sections staggered throughout the hat, creating a checkered effect. This hat has multiple sizes making it perfect for the whole family!

About KnitWorthy Collective:

The Knitworthy Collective is a group of knitters, designers, yarn dyers and other fiber enthusiasts who have partnered with a nonprofit organization called Huggable Happiness Corp.
Our mission: To come together as a community and make a tangible impact on impoverished youth, showing them that there are people — no matter their race, age, or gender — who share one thing in common, and who want to help and love them.

By using our creative and crafting abilities the Knitworthy Collective will publish “bundles” of knitting patterns for free in order to encourage others to give back and use their talents to better the communities around us.

Call To Action
In order to reach our goals and help so many in need, the Knitworthy Collective is asking for your help. To every knitter who downloads these collections: Please consider donating one finished object you create from this pattern to the Knitworthy Collective to help our cause.

Of course, if you’re moved to donate more than one object or an object not from the collection, we would graciously accept the generosity. Our team cannot personally knit enough items to support all of the children and organizations asking for our help. But if we come together as a community, we can help so many in need.

For more information please read the “Who We Are” PDF attached to this download, or refer to the KnitWorthy Collective Ravelry group for donation instructions.