Your email has been added to our list! Please check your inbox for a welcome message and a code to get free shipping on your first order.

Why, hello there! Your email is already on our list, so you're one of the first to know about Knit Picks exclusives, sales, and offers.

No, thanks!
Read Reviews (1):
3.000000 out of 5 stars

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
Please Note: There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 12/15/2015. Click here for the correction. DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN Adobe® Acrobat® required.
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)".

To view this content please ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 10.0.0 or greater is installed.

Or you may use the classic version of the Kit Builder instead.

  • Customer Picks
  • Errata
Oops! There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 12/15/2015. Click here for the correction.
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!