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Bryce Canyon is home to the world’s largest collection of hoodoos, the oddly-shaped and beautiful stone columns created by thousands of years of erosion. The tall spires (in layers of oranges, reds, and pinks) are so plentiful that it’s easy to see why the canyon is sometimes called “A Forest of Stone”. This fun-to-knit beanie (worked in the round from the bottom up) features layers of warm orange tones and subtle texture with understated vertical stitches creating off-set columns that narrow towards the top of the hat, much like the hoodoos they represent.

Bryce Canyon Pattern

  • Pattern Details

    • Knitted hat fits average adult size head 19" to 21"
    • One size.
    • Includes stitch and color chart for design along with written instructions for casting on and finishing only
    • Yarn: worsted weight, approximately 200 yds total
    • Needles: 16" circular needles in U.S. size 6 and 7. Double pointed needles in U.S. size 7.
    • Worked in the round from the bottom up.
    • Other supplies: Stitch markers.  Tapestry needle. 

    Yarn used in sample:  Miss Babs Yowza, Cascade 220 Superwash Effects, Malabrigo Rios

    Note:  This is a digital download PDF file.  You will receive a link to download your pattern immediately after purchase.

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