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Bee Stitch Hat

Designer: That Metzbower Girl Designs
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 12.75" finished circumference, 15.25" finished circumference, 18" finished circumference, 20.5" finished circumference
Yarn Lines: Brava Bulky Yarn
Yardage: 136 - 272
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 6 (4mm) and Size 8 (5mm): DPNs or preferred method for working in the round,
Fiber Type: Acrylic & Blends
Weight: Bulky
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This sweet little hat is a fantastic addition to any baby’s wardrobe! Knit in the round, with a very easy stitch pattern, this hat is a fun, quick project to make! There is only one end to weave in, and a jumbo pom-pom gives it that “awwwww!!!” factor. This hat was designed with no ease. To have a snug hat, go down a size. For slouchier, go up one size. Remember to knit to your original lengths, though!

Sizes: 12.75 (15.25, 18, 20.5)" finished circumference. To fit head circumference of approximately 12-14 (14-16, 16-18, 18-20)".

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3 out of 5 stars

Adorable hat, but I found that it is a difficult pattern to fix if you drop a stitch or make a mistake because of the stitch used. I had to unravel to the purl row four rows below to fix. I found it difficult not to drop stitches especially in the decreases section (top) of the hat...after four tries, I finally gave up and did a simple knit/purl top and did not continue the stitch pattern. It still turned out adorable! I probably won't be using this yarn again as it was very splitty and when frogged, frayed a lot. Thanks for the free pattern and for teaching me a new stitch...I would use this stitch on a cowl or scarf with no decreases. Since I have four skeins left, it will give me practice!