Spud & Chloë

Crabby Cap

The Classic Series

Design by Wendy Bernard

$9.00

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Feeling a little crabby? Stitching up this colorful cap is bound to put you in a better mood. Take your pick from two equally awesome versions: a simple colorwork cap with stylish slouch in worsted-weight Sweater or a slightly more challenging beanie style in sock-weight Fine.

Pattern No. 9818

YARN:

Fine by Spud & Chloë (80% Superwash Wool/20% Silk; 65g/248yd):  1 (2) hanks MC, 1 hank CC1, 1 hank CC2

Sweater by Spud & Chloë (55% Superwash Wool/45% Certified Organic Cotton; 100g/160yd): 1 hank MC, 1 hank CC1

 

NEEDLES:

Size 6 (4mm) 16″ circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge (Sweater version)

Size 6 (4mm) double pointed needles, or size needed to obtain gauge (Sweater version)

Size 2 (2.75mm) 16″ circular or double point needle, or size needed to obtain gauge (Fine version)

 

OTHER TOOLS:

Stitch markers (including 1 unique color for beginning of round)

Tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner

 

GAUGE:

In Stockinette stitch, 20 sts and 24 rnds = 4″

 

SIZES:

Adult M (L) Instructions are for smallest size, with larger sizes in parentheses. When one number is given, it applies to all sizes.

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Circumference 20¾ (22½)” unstretched

No. 7519 Waterslide / No. 7528 Life Jacket / No. 7803 Dachshund / No. 7812 Lizard

Yarn Used in Pattern

Sweater

Worsted

Yarn Used in Pattern

Fine

Sock

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