Project: Snow Bunny Hat

Last week, I made a faux fur pom-pom for the Iron Craft challenge. Well, the pom-pom needed a hat of course.
Iron Craft '15 Challenge #17 - Faux Fur Pom-Pom
This hat is a quick knit since it is done in worsted weight yarn and is just a beanie. Seriously, I was able to make it in one day.
Snow Bunny Hat
I didn’t want just a plain hat though, so I added a twisted rib cuff and a classic color work snowflake pattern.
Snow Bunny Hat

Snow Bunny Hat

Download the Snow Bunny Hat Pattern

Size: Adult 22”

Supplies:

  • 16” circular needle size 3 or size needed to get gauge
  • Four size 3 double pointed needles or size needed to get gauge
  • Approx. 138yds worsted weight yarn, 38yds white, 100yds grey (I used Patons Classic Wool)
  • Stitch marker
  • Tapestry needle
  • Pom-pom (Here are the instructions for our faux fur version.)

Gauge: 6 stitches and 8 rows per inch (It is important to get gauge to get the stated size.)

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9 Comments to Project: Snow Bunny Hat
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    • Janie
    • I made this hat over Thanksgiving break. The brim was way too large. My husband wears an XL hat, and it was still too large. The fair isle pattern worked up perfectly, though.

      • Kat
      • That is too bad, mine fit me perfectly, if not a little tight.. Were you getting gauge? I know some people prefer to knit the ribbing with a smaller needle because they tend to knit their ribbing a little looser.

        • Kat
        • I used Patons Classic Wool. I knit it at 6 stitches per inch and the cast on amount is 130 stitches not 144. 130 divided by 6 is 21.6 stitches. Average adult size is about 22 inches.

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