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Daniel beanie, four versions PDF sewing pattern

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Daniel beanie, four versions PDF sewing pattern

European: 45-57 International: 3 mo-14yr XS-XXL

Our DANIEL beanie is super cool and a wonderful pattern for beginners as it requires no special tools or advanced skills.

This pattern provides you with four options:

Version 1 is sewn from a single piece of fabric, and the hem is simply turned in.

Version 2 includes a knitted rib fabric cuff around the circumference, which is an excellent opportunity to contrast patterns or add a complementary color.

Finally, we offer you instructions to sew either version as a reversible hat. 

To sew a reversible hat, please sew one size larger than you would have otherwise chosen. If you would like to sew a set, DANIEL looks amazing paired with our KIM loop scarf pattern.

Skill Level: Beginner

Recommended Fabric: Stretchy cotton jersey

Provided with your purchase:

  • A Test Print document to help you ensure that you will print your pattern in the proper scale;
  • An “eBook”, with step-by-step instructions for sewing your project;
  • An “Overview”, which is a snapshot of all the pattern pieces;
  • The pattern pieces, in two paper size formats: A4 for our European customers, and US Letter for our North American customers. Just print the PDF for the paper size you usually use.
  • The pattern includes 1cm (3/8") seam allowance

This pattern includes six individual printable sizes:

EU: 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, and 57

International: 12/18mo, 18/24mo, 2-4yr, 4-6yr, 6-11yr, 12-13yr, 14yr

Required material based on a 1,40 meter (55") bolt:

60cm (23 5/8") for each beanie - plus 15 cm (6") knitted rib fabric for Version 2.

To sew a reversible beanie, you will need double the main fabric: 120cm (47 1/4").

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