Knit up a quick and easy Santa hat for yourself or a loved one for Christmas!
Ho Ho Ho! I made Baby V a Little Santa Hat the other week and after seeing it, one of Aa’s aunts texted and asked me to make an adult version for another aunt. I made it a little different with some super soft fuzzy chenille yarn and thought I’d share it with you. As you may know, usually when I post a pattern, I give you one size free and then you have the option to upgrade to a pdf version with a whole bunch more size options. And that works great for babies/kids because there are all kinds of different sizes. But since adult hats don’t have a big size range, I’m going to experiment with only offering a paid version of this pattern and see how that goes. Please bear with me and know that when you purchase one of my patterns, you’re supporting my design work and my family and we greatly appreciate it. Plus, you guys, they’re the same price as a cup of coffee, that’s not much! Click the button below to get your copy. Or if you prefer to purchase your patterns on Ravelry, there’s a link to that as well. Merry Christmas!
Adult Santa Hat Knitting Pattern Supply List
Gauge: 20 st. = 4 inches
Bernat Pipsqueak or similar chenille or eyelash yarn in white
(If you need help, my favorite knitting reference book for everyone from beginners to advanced knitters is THIS ONE!)
Click below to get your copy of my Adult Santa Hat Knitting Pattern in sizes Adult Small/Medium and Adult Large!
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