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  • Baby chunky hue - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company
    Baby chunky hue - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company

    Chunky baby hat knitting pattern – sizes 38/42 – 44/48 cm

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    English and Danish knitting pattern for a super cute baby's hat. Expecting a winter baby? You will definitely need this hat! Hint: It can be knit by newbies! We've knit the hat in a 100% wool yarn so the munchkins ears are nice and toasty on all the winter excursions. We've also added a pompom in a contrast color - the party needs a pop, right? :) The knitting pattern covers 38/42 – 44/48 cm, and can be knit by a beginner. The hat is knit using circular knitting needles 8mm (US11). Materials you need to knit the hat: – 8mm (US11) circular needles (or the size you need to get the below gauge) – 50 g yarn that's app. 50m/50g – 1 pompom – scissors – knitter's sewing needle Sizes in the pattern (circumference): 38/42 cm 44/48 cm Gauge: 10 cm = 16 rows 10 cm = 11 stitches The knitting pattern is for immediate download – after succesful purchase, you’ll have access to the download area and the link to the download will also be sent directly to your email inbox in the order confirmation email. *** This product is a knitting pattern for digital download – it is not the finished product *** Under no circumstances are you allowed to change, share or sell this knitting pattern. It is for personal use only. Thank you! Need inspiration or aid with the stitches? Have a look at our ‘Learn to knit’, where there’s loads of knowledge. You can also jump on over to the blog, where you’ll also find tips and tricks.