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The varied climate zones in Washington range from semi-arid in the east to lush rainforests in the west…and just about everything else in between. Agriculture, adventure tourism, lumber production, wineries, and manufacturing each thrive in perfect conditions. Even the foggy and overcast days that make Seattle one of the least sunny cities in the country also help create the spectacular forests that cover half of the state and has earned it the nickname “The Evergreen State”. Whether the day is bright and sunny or drenched in rain, there’s something about a forest that draws you in and invites you to stay a while. With just four colors, this design embodies the beauty of a fog-covered forest on a dreary day.


Fun fact: Did you know that Washington has had more Sasquatch sightings than any other state? If you’re a believer (even just a little) add a Sasquatch to your forest using scraps of any color of brown yarn and a few simple stitches. . 



One size fits an average adult size head. (Approx. 19" - 22")

Washington Beanie Pattern

  • Pattern Details

    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 instructions and color coded chart.
    • 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 and tapestry needle. 
    • Worked in the round from the bottom up

    Yarn used in sample:   

    Aly Bee Workshop Merino worsted, Polka Dot Sheep Whitefish Worsted, and Malabrigo Rios



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