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60 Quick Baby Knits Preview - Sheep Hat by Renee Lorion

Sheep Hat (Pattern #2)
Designed by Renee Lorion
Published in 60 Quick Baby Knits - Blankets, Booties, Sweaters & More in 220 Superwash


Knit in 220 Superwash - shown in 910A (Winter White), 906 (Chartreuse) & 862 (Walnut Heather)


Size - 6-12 months


This adorable sheep hat is a preview of one of the 60 projects from the new book that just arrived in our warehouse last week (we love it when something comes in before it is expected).  I wish this had larger sizing - since it would be adorable for preschoolers (probably about another 12 stitches cast on would do it).  Look for 60 Quick Baby Knits in your favorite LYS!

Comments

  1. This is the cutest thing I've ever seen!
    Sooo sweet!

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  2. I love this hat! I may have to figure out how to make it for my 5 year old.

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  3. has anyone figured out how to make it bigger?

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  4. Where is the link to the pattern: all I see is a link to the yarn.

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  5. Looks like you have to buy the book. My daughter wants this, and she's 26!

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  6. So soo cute!!! Sheep design :D I like it. And I'm sure kids would love it too ^^

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  7. Cutest sheep hat! I am ordering the book just to make it for a friend.

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  8. This is one of the cutest little hats I've ever seen!

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  9. Does the book explain how to make it bigger for adults?

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  10. http://www.amazon.com/60-Quick-Baby-Knits-Superwash/dp/1936096137/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1379141352&sr=8-1&keywords=60+Quick+Baby+Knits

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  11. Does anyone know if there is a mistake in the pattern? I did the trinity repeats Five times like the directions say and this hat is way too short and squat. It looks like everybody else did more than five repeats?

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  12. I would highly recommend buying the book. It has some very lovely patterns in it. I made this hat several times and it is adorable. To make it larger, just add another set or 2 or pattern stitches. Not too difficult. Happy Knitting

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  13. I had the same problem as Celtic Heart! I just ripped it out and will try again- it was too short and squat. It starts decreasing too soon.

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  14. Does anyone have a photo of a child wearing this hat please?

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