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Koala Party Beanie and Scarf (crochet pattern)

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Koalas Party while Teddy bears picnic!

The koala is one of Australia’s iconic animals. They are marsupials, and NOT bears. Koalas have a very large nose which helps them identify eucalypts as they are fussy eaters. Each koala eats from 200 – 500 grams of leaves a day. They are nocturnal and sleep most of the day so they can party at night. Baby koalas are called joeys, which like kangaroos start in the pouch, and spend the first months of life in their mothers pouch.

• This pattern package gives crochet instructions for koala beanies in 3 sizes – baby, toddler child.

(a) Baby, head circumference 33 – 40cm (13 – 16 in), hat height 12 –15cm (5 – 6in):
4ply baby weight yarn, 14 – 16wpi, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook

(b) Toddler – preschooler, head circumference 40 – 48cm (16 – 19in), height 15 – 18cm (6 – 7in)
8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 12 – 14wpi, 4mm/ G6 hook

(c) Child 5years – 12years, head circumference 48 – 51cm (19 – 20in), height 16 – 20cm (7 – 8 in)
8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 12 – 14wpi, 4mm/ G6 hook

• Includes 3 beanie band options, scallop edge, ruffle edge and a plain band.
• Instructions are also included for adapting the square to make a matching scarf.
• Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms.
• Use the square to match other rugalugs to make an afghan.
• Make ever so cute gifts for new babies and little kids.

Patterns are delivered in pdf format via email.

©crochetroo. This pattern is sold for your personal use only. Do not reproduce pattern by any means, or load to the web. You may use it for gifts and charity donations. You can not sell finished items made from this pattern.
Koalas Party while Teddy bears picnic!

The koala is one of Australia’s iconic animals. They are marsupials, and NOT bears. Koalas have a very large nose which helps them identify eucalypts as they are fussy eaters. Each koala eats from 200 – 500 grams of leaves a day. They are nocturnal and sleep most of the day so they can party at night. Baby koalas are called joeys, which like kangaroos start in the pouch, and spend the first months of life in their mothers pouch.

• This pattern package gives crochet instructions for koala beanies in 3 sizes – baby, toddler child.

(a) Baby, head circumference 33 – 40cm (13 – 16 in), hat height 12 –15cm (5 – 6in):
4ply baby weight yarn, 14 – 16wpi, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook

(b) Toddler – preschooler, head circumference 40 – 48cm (16 – 19in), height 15 – 18cm (6 – 7in)
8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 12 – 14wpi, 4mm/ G6 hook

(c) Child 5years – 12years, head circumference 48 – 51cm (19 – 20in), height 16 – 20cm (7 – 8 in)
8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 12 – 14wpi, 4mm/ G6 hook

• Includes 3 beanie band options, scallop edge, ruffle edge and a plain band.
• Instructions are also included for adapting the square to make a matching scarf.
• Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms.
• Use the square to match other rugalugs to make an afghan.
• Make ever so cute gifts for new babies and little kids.

Patterns are delivered in pdf format via email.

©crochetroo. This pattern is sold for your personal use only. Do not reproduce pattern by any means, or load to the web. You may use it for gifts and charity donations. You can not sell finished items made from this pattern.

Reviews

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Reviewed by Betty Elliott
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 9, 2017
Nice pattern with clear directions.
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5 out of 5 stars
May 12, 2018
The pattern is well presented. I haven't made it yet :)
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Lovely patterns. Easy to read. Thank you
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