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Cat Bordhi Anemone Hats PDF

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The Anemone Hats pattern by Cat Bordhi is a quintessential example of her unique and whimsical style. The pattern includes the Everyday Anemone as well as a heavier version called the Arctic Anemone, which also has a picot edge variation. Both versions give you the choice of Moebius brim or a simple circle brim. If you’ve never made a Moebius before, you’ll find detailed instructions, illustrations, and a live link to a Moebius video tutorial (which has well over a quarter of a million views) to start you on your way. The pattern also includes a live link to my tendril video tutorial.

This pattern is available as a PDF download.

Everyday Anemone Hat:
Size: Baby (toddler, youth; adult med, adult lg)
Finished Measurements: head circumference measures 17 (18½, 19½; 21, 23)"
Yarn Requirements: 1 skein Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted
Needle(s): US size 8 (5mm) circular needles; 40-47” length for Moebius brim or 32” for simple brim
Gauge: 17 sts = 4” in St st, unblocked

Arctic Anemone Hat:
Size: Youth/adult sm (adult med/lg)
Finished Measurements: head circumference: 18-20 (21-23)"
Yarn Requirements: Approx. 200 yards of bulky weight superwash merino; shown in String Theory Bulky Merino (WEBS does not carry)
Needle(s): US size 10 (6mm) circular needles; 40-47” length for Moebius brim or 32” for simple brim
Gauge: 12 sts = 4” in St st, unblocked

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Comments about CAT BORDHI Anemone Hats PDF:

A very different look to a fun way of designing. Certainly takes the boredom (and silliness) look out of beanies, very easy to follow and once mastered, the possibilities are endless. Great design and very addictive, indeed!

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