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Cute as a Button Thick and Thin Wool Hat: A free knitting pattern

February 2, 2011

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In celebration of not only the cold that has swept the nation but also the new lines of thick and thin wool yarn I’ve created, with the help of my trusty mother-in-law, here’s a quick and easy…and did I mention free.. hat pattern for you! If you click on the picture below and it only brings you to a fuzzy picture please follow this link to the full sized pdf! http://www.darngoodyarn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/cute-as-a-button-thick-and-thin-wool-hat.pdf

 

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If that link doesn’t work for you please click here: http://www.darngoodyarn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/cute-as-a-button-thick-and-thin-wool-hat.pdf

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  1. Jackie says:

    The hat is adorable for a knitter but I don’t knit although I want to learn. I am a crocheter. I love the buttons on the hat.

    • nicole says:

      oh girl, it’s so easy to knit! Just hop onto youtube… you’ll learn everything you need to know…lots of what I’ve learned comes from just replaying stuff over and over on youtube and then bam..I got it!

      • Connie Raby says:

        You are so right, Nicole! I learned how to knit continental on Youtube and repeated the tutorial over and over and over…over a weekend! I can now knit and purl with confidence and the speed I picked up is unreal! Thanks for promoting knitting and helping to remove the fear of it. Knitting is not just a hobby; it is a skill that is developed over lots of time practicing.

    • Liz says:

      If you know how to crochet, knitting should come easy to you take a knitting class. I Told my teacher I was left handed and she said I would have to learn right handed. But I did it.
      And I’m glad I did it. Just take a class. Our community center has some and also the material stores in a town 30 miles away offered them. It was fun. We had so much fun learning and ripping. I wish you the best of luck. Liz

  2. spin says:

    I love it! :)

  3. Sue Snow says:

    Your trusty m-i-l loves it!!!

  4. Connie Raby says:

    I’m having problems downloading the PDF file. Anyone else with this problem. If so, please help! Adorable hat, Nicole!!!

  5. Hannah Welton says:

    I am looking for a pattern for my husband. He wants
    a knit hat that covers his ears and does not fly off
    when the wind blows. He does not want it to loose or to snug. He has a circumference of 24 in. HELP
    Thank you. Hannah

  6. Anne Daniels says:

    Is there anyway to do this on circular needles and a way to modify this pattern for it? I’m scared to use double point needles and I haven’t learned on them quite yet. I just got the yarn and I love it I can’t wait to use it. Thank you Anne

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