The seasons in Denali National Park come and go rather quickly. Well…three of them do anyway. The long cold winters of this Alaska park give way to a short spring where animals come out of hibernation and green begins to fill the landscape once covered in snow. A surprisingly warm (and slightly longer) summer beckons visitors from around the world while most of the park’s 400 types of flowering plants show off their colors. The short autumn brings swaths of orange across the tundra while bears feed on the last of the berries before hibernating once again and winter returns. Using nature inspired colors and fun-to-knit stitches, this design takes you on a four-season journey through the park from the wintery snowcovered landscape to snow-capped Denali Peakwith the other three seasons strategically and delightfully sandwiched in between.
One size fits an average adult size head 19" - 22"
Denali Beanie Pattern
Note: This is a digital download PDF file. You will receive a link to download your pattern immediately after purchase.
- Knitted hat fits average adult size head 19" to 22"
- One size.
- Pattern includes instructiona and color coded chart.
- 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: Aly Bee Workshop, Polka Dot Sheep Yarns, and Malabrigo