Knitting Gauge: 22 sts and 30 rows with a 4 mm (U.S. 6) knitting needle
Crochet Gauge: 16 sc and 19 rows with a 4 mm (U.S. G/6) crochet hook
Use for: Knit and crochet baby projects
Bernat Happy Yarn
With a fun pompom and eyelash chain, Bernat Happy is a textured baby yarn that’s perfect for soft and cozy projects. Bernat is the leading manufacturer in North America for quality baby yarns.
Soft, textured baby yarn
Delightfully tactile - great for developing babies
Content: 100% polyester
Ball Size: 85g / 3 oz, 82 meters / 90 yards
Care: Machine wash and dry
Gauge: 6 – Super Bulky
Knitting Gauge: 10 sts and 15 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. 11) knitting needle
Crochet Gauge: 8 sc and 8 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. L/11) crochet hook
Recommended for: Knit and crochet baby blankets, baby garments, and baby accessories
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Thanks for the answer. I am doing the 6-12 mos hat. I'm good through round 5. On round 6 I have 28 stitches-by doing "P1.K1.P1. And in the next stitch P1.K1." I do not have 32. What am I missing? Thanks! please clarify 8th round
Asked by: Jennyg
HI. In ( ) the pattern reads to (K1. P1. K1) in next st. each time you do this you will create 2 new sts.
You will work this repeat 4 times for a total of 8 new sts.
24 + 8 = 32 sts at the end of the row.
6th rnd: *P1. K1. P1. (K1. P1. K1) in next st. P1. K1. Rep from * around. 32 sts.
Seed St Pat is now in position.
Answered by: Yarnspirations Team
Date published: 2017-11-01
On the baby trapper hat. Is this pattern worked flat as one piece? I've started it twice- its bumpy-not seed stitch looking and flat. Do you have photos of how it looks into rows 8-12? Thanks!
Asked by: Jennyg
Hi. The Trapper Hat is made with double pointed needles, joined in a round, it is not knit flat.
Outer Hat: Beg at top, with B and smaller double-pointed needles, cast on 4 sts.
1st rnd: Kfb in each st. 8 sts. Divide sts on 3 needles. Join in rnd, placing a marker on first st.
Once you get to the 6th round your seed stitch will be in position.
Sorry we do not have any photos.