One of the most iconic images of Katmai National Park is that of Alaskan brown bears catching sockeye salmon along Brooks River every July and September. Fattening up for winter hibernation is an essential part of the lifecycle of bears…and a spectacular tourist attraction for park visitors (from a safe distance, of course). With more than 2200 bears in the park, Katmai is one of the best bear-viewing locations in the world! In this fun-to-knit hat, five wilderness-inspired colors come together in a classic design with images of bears, salmon, and trees. So Alaskan!
Katmai Beanie Pattern
- Knitted hat fits average adult size head 19" to 21"
- One size.
- Pattern includes instructiona and stitch chart.
- Trees are added using duplicate stitch after knitting is complete.
- Yarn needed: worsted weight, approximately 200 yds total.
- 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, cable needle, and tapestry needle.
- Worked in the round from the bottom up
Yarn shown: Aly Bee Worshop Superwash Merino Worsted in Prickly Pear and Picnic Weather, Stunning String Legacy Worsted in Rusty Gate and Dark Green, and Malabrigo Rios in Whole Grain.
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