Bear Cub Hats with Attached Mittens Knit Pattern
Item 930066
Design by Faye Kennington. Little bear makes sure you don't lose your mittens because they are built right into the scarf. Knit intermediate hats in child's sizes S/M (M/L), circumference 19" (48cm). Hats as shown require 3 (4) balls of Willow Cub™ yarn in primary color and 1 ball each of two secondary colors.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
2.55

(based on 2 reviews)

March 27, 2014
4.05
"cute pattern I thought this was a cute pattern, the mittens attached, but the pattern is written wrong! Should be decreases instead of increases, and where do i find a size8 16 in circular needle? they only come 29inches!! So now i have to finish the hat with straight needles so I will have a seam!!"
December 27, 2013
1.05
"disappointed Someone really goofed on editing the instructions for this pattern. I was only on the hand part and the "inc" row. K1,ssk,k to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1. stopped me in my tracks. Sounds like decreasing to me. Ah, made it that far.Acarf went fine til inc for hat. more jibberish. Finally got the hat done and have gone no farther. Poor little bear has no face or ears. I have made up many of my own patterns and written them. They have to be correct and easy to understand. Sorry. "