Jan 232011
 

I love baby hats.  Unfortunately, babies don’t always love baby hats.  While bonnets and earflap hats are cute, hats with ties are also immensely helpful to combat those grabby hands from removing hats from chilly heads.

When my daughter Junie was eight months old and the weather was getting colder I wrote this pattern.  I am all about ease of adjusting fit, so top down made sense to me.  This way you can increase stitches until you like the size.  It is meant to have positive ease, allowing a looser fit around the head.  A hat that isn’t as tight is less likely to annoy a child and cause fewer attempts of hat removal.

The Details:

Yarn: sport weight
Yardage: 90-120yds
: 6 sts/1 inch in stockinette
Suggested needle size: US 4
: 3mo, 6mo, 9mo, 12mo, 18mo

Price: $4

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 January 23, 2011  patterns Tagged with: , , ,  Add comments

  One Response to “Junie”

  1. [...] time I was there I wanted a nice soft yarn to test knit the Junie Cap with.  This Kona Sport in a rich brown color was a dream to knit with. I highly recommend this [...]

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