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November 24, 2008

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Debbie

That baby is beyond adorable!

Jessica Harlan

How much yarn is needed?

Melanie Hoffman

Oh goodness, I cant believe I left that out.  It takes only about 50 gms for the infant and child sizes and less than 100 gms for the bigger sizes.

Jessica Harlan

Thank you! Bought yarn today and I'm hoping to get started on it soon. Thanks for sharing such a gorgeous pattern!

Visual Girl

You have NO IDEA how excited I am to find this pattern again! I had printed it out previously, and made two of these for friends' babies (both without the earflaps) and they were so amazing when I finished. Unfortunately, we were doing a remodel and my husband took a pile of papers that he thought were worthless, and they turned out to be patterns I had left out. This hat pattern was one of them. That was two years ago, and I have searched the internet high and low to find it again. This trip through the world wide web resulted in a "win" after only 2 hours! Thank you for this pattern, and I highly suggest making this if you want to have a unique hat that makes everyone think you're a pro knitter!

Kim

Can someone please walk me through row 6. I have tried and tried but I just can't make it work. I have done a similar pattern in a cascade 220 pattern book and it was really easy for me. Not sure what I am doing wrong now. : (

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