Without a Paddle DK by Kino Knits
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Without a Paddle DK

Knitting
September 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in 4x2 ribbing, blocked but unstretched
US 4 - 3.5 mm
40 - 175 yards (37 - 160 m)
Preemie, Newborn, 6 months, 12 months, Child/teen, Adult, Large Adult

Up a creek? The Without a Paddle hat with its ribbing reminiscent of paddles has got you covered. Showcase a special – even variegated! – fingering, sport, or DK yarn in your new go-to beanie pattern. Sizes range from teeny to big, so your whole family can be in on the adventure.

Note
The pattern is available as an ebook so that you will receive instructions for all three weights (fingering held doubled, sport, and DK) in all sizes for just $5. Please see the individual pattern pages for the three weights have individual pattern pages. Please also see:

Sizes

  • Size - to fit head circumference - hat height (crown to base of ear)
  • Preemie - 12”/31 cm - 4.25”/11 cm
  • Newborn - 14”/36 cm - 5”/13 cm
  • 6 months - 16”/41 cm - 5.75”/15 cm
  • 12 months - 18”/46 cm - 6.5”/17 cm
  • Child/teen - 20”/51 cm - 7.25”/18 cm
  • Adult - 22”/56 cm - 8.25”/21 cm
  • Large Adult - 24”/61 cm - 9.25”/24 cm

DK Yarn (includes 15% buffer)

  • Preemie - 40 yds/ 36 m
  • Newborn - 55 yds/ 50 m
  • 6 months - 80 yds/ 75 m
  • 12 months - 105 yds/ 95 m
  • Child/teen - 125 yds/ 115 m
  • Adult - 160 yds/ 145 m
  • Large Adult - 175 yds/ 165 m

Needles
US 4 (3.5-mm) needles for knitting in the round (small circumference), or size needed to obtain gauge.

Tools
1 stitch marker
Tapestry needle

Blocked Gauge
30 stitches and 38 rounds = 4”/10 cm in 4x2 ribbing, unstretched

Difficulty
Intermediate. Skills include knitting in the round, increases, decreases.

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