Classic Super Bulky Hat
Classic Super Bulky Hat
Classic Super Bulky Hat
Classic Super Bulky Hat

Classic Super Bulky Hat

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Designed by Cleo Malone

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About This Pattern:

Yarn: 70 (80, 90) yards of super bulky weight yarn
We used 1 skein of Malabrigo Rasta in #093 "Fuscia" to make the adult small size with a pom pom.

Needles: US 15 / 10 mm 16” circulars
(for Child–Adult Large sizes)
US 15 / 10 mm double pointed needles or long circulars for magic loop (for all sizes)

or equivalent types & lengths in size needed to obtain gauge 

Notions: 1 stitch marker, darning needle, scissors, measuring tape 

Gauge: 2.25 sts & 3.5 rounds per inch in stockinette before blocking

Sizes: Baby/Child (Adult Small, Adult Large)

Measurements: fits 16–18 (19–20, 21–23)” heads