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The famous Towpath Trail running alongside the Cuyahoga River (the heart of this park in Ohio) was once used by mules, oxen, and horses as they towed boats up the river through the historic Ohio and Erie canals using ropes. Today, it includes nearly 20 miles (within park boundaries) of mostly flat trails for hikers and bicyclists. It extends for many more miles outside of the park. It's lovely at any time of year, but especially beautiful in Autumn as the leaves turn to shades of gold and orange throughout the park.  This beanie (knit in the round from the bottom up) features mini bobbles to add subtle texture to the foliage of the trees, while the splashes of color in the forest path depict the fallen leaves on both sides of the river.


Cuyahoga Valley Beanie Pattern

  • Pattern Details


    • Knitted hat fits average adult size head 19" to 21"
    • One size.
    • Pattern contains stitch and color chart for design with written instructions for casting on and finishing only
    • Yarn needed: worsted weight, approximately 200 yds.
    • Needles: 16" circular needles in U.S. size 5 and 7. Double pointed needles in U.S. size 7 (or size needed for gauge).
    • Other supplies: Stitch markers.  Tapestry needle.
    • Worked in the round from the bottom up

    Yarn used in sample: Custom dyed Merino worsted from Peekaboo Yarns in Forest Path, Warm Brown, Cuyahoga Foliage, and Tide Pool.

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

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