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"Marshmallow" Beanie

By: Olivia Craftox from craftox.com
Marshmallow Beanie

"Very soft and tender, just like marshmallow. Pattern info Yarn weight 1 - Super Fine Gauge 25 stitches and 36 rows = 10 cm Consumed yarn length 600 - 700 m (656 - 766 yards) Materials: Needle size 2.0 mm - US 0 (Double Pointed) Yarn 50 grams of white yarn 40% polyacrylic, 60% cotton (225 m per 50 grams) 50 grams of pink yarn 40% polyacrylic, 60% cotton (225 m per 50 grams) 50 grams of white yarn 62% kid mohair, 38% poliamide (250 m per 50 grams) 50 grams of pink yarn 62% kid mohair, 38% poliamide (250 m per 50 grams)"

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Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 50 grams of white yarn 40% polyacrylic, 60% cotton (225 m per 50 grams)
  • 50 grams of pink yarn 40% polyacrylic, 60% cotton (225 m per 50 grams)
  • 50 grams of white yarn 62% kid mohair, 38% poliamide (250 m per 50 grams)
  • 50 grams of pink yarn 62% kid mohair, 38% poliamide (250 m per 50 grams)
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this is a beautifully soft hat using the mohair yarn and is perfect for the spring months where a woolly beanie is too thick. As an experienced knitter I found the pattern easy to follow and I had the appropriate materials in my craft room. However, for those of you that are more beginner you need to know how to knit in the round on either DPN's or circular needles and there are a number of charts so you will need to be able to read a chart and repeat the pattern according to the size. Once you have mastered all of this the finished hat is gorgeous and my friends toddler loves the pastel mohair I used.

This is a pretty hat pattern, but I just wanted to point out to people reading that it is not an "easy" level pattern. The designer provides several charts and just says, "knit according to chart 1" or "knit according to chart 2," and so on. You also need to know how to increase and do slip stitches. I would actually consider this an advanced pattern.

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