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Boston Strong Hat PDF

As a Massachusetts based company we at WEBS, like so many others, were greatly saddened by the events at the Boston Marathon on April 15th, 2013. A day of sorrow and fear, but more importantly, a day of heroes. To that end we are happy to offer the Boston Strong Hat pattern from designer Lisa McFetridge, a colorwork design featuring the words “Boston Strong” and the Boston Skyline. The designer has also included some additional charts so you have options to really make this hat your own.

All proceeds from the sale of this cap pattern will go to OneFundBoston to help the victims.

This pattern is available as a PDF download.

Size: One size fits most; instructions given for light worsted weight yarn, but the pattern can be sized down for children or babies by using a DK or Sport weight yarn
Finished Measurements: Height: approx 8” for Skull Cap, 9” for Ski Hat (worsted weight); Circumference: approximately 21” around hat opening after blocking (worsted weight)
Yarn Requirements: Any light worsted weight yarn in Blue (MC) and Yellow or Gold (CC1); shown in Cascade 220
MC: 100 yds for Skull Cap; 120 yds for Ski Hat
CC1: 60 yds for Skull Cap and Ski Hat (20 yds more if making Pom Pom or Tassel for top)
Needle(s): US size 7 (4.5mm) 16-24” circular needles and DPNs
22 st x 24 rows = 4” in stranded St st in the round, blocked in Worsted Wt.
23 st x 26 rows = 4” in stranded St st in the round, blocked in DK Wt.
24 st x 28 rows = 4” in stranded St st in the round, blocked in Sport Wt.

You may find more information about this pattern and what it means to us on our blog.

Lisa McFetridge
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