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Seven Dwarves Beanie

This simple knit baby hat pattern can easily be adjusted for just about any size and yarn weight!

Seven Dwarves Beanie
Seven Dwarves Beanie
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The Seven Dwarves Beanie is the perfect easy knit slouchy beanie pattern due to its versatility, warmth, and ease of wear. With this free knit hat pattern, you don't need to sacrifice style for warmth or vice versa. Although the hat is a bit loose fitting, it still covers your ears and provides the protection you need on even the most blustery of days.

Knitting a beanie is great fun and these types of hats make ideal gifts for loved ones since they can be easily customized to fit specific tastes and needs. This pattern also makes a great stashbuster pattern and an adorable gift for someone who's expecting. Choose your favorite color combination - or opt for a solid color - and enjoy this fun and easy beanie knitting pattern.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Instructions

Body

  1. CO 56 (64, 72, 80) sts longtail
    Place marker to join, being careful not to twist.

  2. Rnd 1: K all STS around.

  3. Repeat Rnd 1 until hat measures 8 (9, 10, 11) from CO edge.

Shape Crown

  1. Decrease Rnd 1: ​K2TOG around.

  2. Repeat Decrease Rnd 1 until you can no longer work in the round.

Finishing

  1. Break yarn, leaving a long tail. ​Use darning needle to thread yarn through remaining sts. Pull yarn tight and secure. Weave in all ends.

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This is so cute and looks so easy to make. After reading over the instructions and material list, I see that it takes very little yarn and very little time to create. I dont like working with that many double pointed needles at once. It is very difficult. I think that is the one thing that makes this not a beginner friendly pattern.

This is a great simple pattern. You can make several in different sizes for your friends, their children and also for yourself. This will knit up in no time and you can use your stash. A lot of knitters have a stash. I also knit for charity and hats are always knitted. Thank you for the pattern.

I've made several dozen of these hats, my daughter wears them exclusively and I knit for the out of the cold project in my city.

Sadly clicking on the link for me took me to a page saying pattern is not known or available or something like that (

Hello wendalee6251 84433 14, we have updated the link, so you will know be able to access the pattern via the designer's Ravelry page. Sorry for the inconvenience! -Kathryn, Editor of AllFreeKnitting

I think this hat would make a great gift for one of my friends! It looks so cute.

I can't get this pattern. Please help.

I also tried to download , but was advised it would harm my computer. Not taking any chances . :( . . lisawaffle@gmail.com

Pattern is here, with a link to PDF document at the bottom http://www.shemakeshats.com/2012/01/simple-slouch-hat.html

Sorry, the page you were looking for in this blog does not exist.--that's what I got when I used your link (

I tried to download this pattern but it says it will harm my computer. I really like it and would love to make it. Could you send it to me via email. my email address is jbudde564@gmail.com Thanking you Joan Budde

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