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A cosy beanie hat to keep you warm on your wanderings, inspired by the fronds of New Zealand’s native ferns, such as the iconic ponga tree. The fern-frond stitch pattern is formed with simple lace increases and decreases, and both charted and written instructions are provided.

When knit in a possum-blend yarn, the Bushwalk Beanie is particularly lightweight, soft, and warm! One ball of Zealana Kauri yarn will be enough for a hat that weighs only 40 grams, and folds up easily to stash in your backpack.

Materials: One ball of Zealana Kauri 4ply, or 160 yards of fingering-weight yarn. I recommend a slightly fuzzy yarn such as a blend with possum or alpaca content, or a rustic-style wool yarn.

Sizing: To fit a medium or large adult woman’s head, with 22-24” circumference. Suggestions are included for resizing by adding or omitting pattern repeats.

Pattern is for personal use only.

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
Amy van de Laar
Craft
Knitting
Yarn Weight
Fingering
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Advanced
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Pages
5
 
 

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