Pond Lily Beanie

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This listing is for just the Pond Lily Beanie and does not include the Pond Lily Shawl. If you would like to purchase both patterns, please note that the listing “Pond Lily Set” will end up being less expensive than purchasing these patterns separately!

This design was worked up for my lovely daughter, who is obsessed with all things frog right now. This design is quite easy and looks so fun when completed. The beanie is worked from the bottom up in the round. It works up quite quickly due to the thickness of the yarn. There is a doubled-over ribbed brim so the total length can be easily adjusted. This is a handy little trick to make gifting simpler! Simply adjust the fold to the needed length of the wearer. This pattern is suitable for an intrepid beginner.

Sizes: Infant (Baby, Toddler, Child) (Small, Medium, Large) (X Large, 2X Large) to fit an actual head circumference of:

13” (14”, 16”, 18”) (20”, 21”, 22”) (23”, 24”)

33 (35.5, 40.5, 45.5) (51, 53.5, 56) (58.5, 61) cm

Sample shown in size small.

Yarn: Super bulky yarn:

50 (65, 80, 95) (110, 120, 130) (140, 150) yards

45 (60, 75, 85) (100, 110, 120) (130, 140) meters

And 10 yards/meters of DK/worsted weight yarn in black (for mouth)

Sample shown in Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick, color Kale.

Needles: Size US 15/10 mm and US 13/9 mm circular needles with long (40”/100 cm) cable, or size needed to obtain gauge and one size smaller. Plus, double-point needles of an appropriate size for black yarn

Gauge: 9 stitches and 14 rows = 4”/10 cm in Stockinette stitch on larger needles and main color yarn (worked in the round if you’re very responsible).

Notions: 2 stitch markers, a small amount of fiber fill, jumbo safety eyes (optional, 24 mm used in sample; can sub black yarn or buttons), a handful of t-pins, and a tapestry needle.

Techniques: Basic decreases, picking up stitches, knitting in the round, Kitchener stitch, and i-cord making.


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