The Elderberry Beanie Pattern - Knitting DIY Beginner - Chunky Knit Textured Hat Tutorial

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»Perfect beginner level knitting pattern for learning to knit hats! Have fun knitting an interestingly textured beanie.

»Required skills: knit and purl stitches, working in the round

»Required materials: 81 yrds of super bulky yarn, size US 13 circular needle, and tapestry needle

»Finished item should measure around 8 inches long, 7 1/2 wide, super stretchy.



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All items are made and stored in a smoke free but pet-friendly home. I do my best to seal the yarn in bags and keep them on a high shelf to protect them.

I recommend to gently hand wash cold with ph neutral soap and lay flat to dry any items made with Yarn and Thyme Fibers. Be sure not to dry items in direct sunlight.

No, as long as your wash and care for your yarn and knit pieces correctly. Hand washing in cool water and drying in filtered sunlight or shade will keep the colors bright for years.

It is possible that some natural dyed fibers will bleed when washed. Just be careful to wash with cold water and ph neutral soap and it shouldnt stain other fibers. When washing a finished knitted item, I suggest gently drying with a towel before laying out to dry.

My yarn bases are: Dweller Sock - 75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon, Fingering weight Lapin - 80% Peruvian wool 20% Angora, Fingering weight Tallulah Worsted - 100% Peruvian wool, worsted weight Tallulah Bulky - 100% Peruvian wool, bulky weight Cloudland - 100% Superwash Polwarth DK Hearth Sock - 100% Superwash BFL, Fingering weight Unicoi - 51% Baby Alpaca 25% Linen 24% Tussah Silk, Fingering weight

All items are made and stored in a smoke free but pet-friendly home. I do my best to seal the yarn in bags and keep them on a high shelf to protect them.

I recommend to gently hand wash cold with ph neutral soap and lay flat to dry any items made with Yarn and Thyme Fibers. Be sure not to dry items in direct sunlight.

No, as long as your wash and care for your yarn and knit pieces correctly. Hand washing in cool water and drying in filtered sunlight or shade will keep the colors bright for years.

It is possible that some natural dyed fibers will bleed when washed. Just be careful to wash with cold water and ph neutral soap and it shouldnt stain other fibers. When washing a finished knitted item, I suggest gently drying with a towel before laying out to dry.

My yarn bases are: Dweller Sock - 75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon, Fingering weight Lapin - 80% Peruvian wool 20% Angora, Fingering weight Tallulah Worsted - 100% Peruvian wool, worsted weight Tallulah Bulky - 100% Peruvian wool, bulky weight Cloudland - 100% Superwash Polwarth DK Hearth Sock - 100% Superwash BFL, Fingering weight Unicoi - 51% Baby Alpaca 25% Linen 24% Tussah Silk, Fingering weight



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