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A 1980s vintage pattern for 3 great hats - a newsboy cap with skip, a chic little military cap, and a fluffy beret with matching scarf - all from the amazing 1980s, and so right for now.

The pattern gives clear instructions for all three and all use simple stitches so are quick and easy to knit. You will need sport weight (DK) yarn for the skipped hat, worsted weight for the military cap and fine angora yarn for the beret and scarf.

PLEASE NOTE YOU ARE BUYING A PDF KNITTING PATTERN - not the hats or the original pattern.
Once you have completed your checkout and payment you will be able to download instantly by going to 'Your Account' at the top of page, click on 'Purchases and Reviews' then click 'Download' and you will have your pattern instantly!! I also supply conversion charts with yarn/needle/hook equivalents, and hints on working with vintage patterns, to help you make something new out of something old.

You can print out your pattern at home and you are free to make and sell any item from my vintage pattern collection. But please appreciate the time taken to digitally restore these patterns and do not copy or re-sell this newly created digital version.

You can open the PDF pattern from your computer/ipad with Adobe Acrobat Reader (if you don't already have this it can be downloaded free from

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VINTAGE 1980s KNITTING PATTERN - 3 Hats, Newsboy Cap, Military Cap, Beret & Scarf, Instant Download Pdf Pattern from GrannyTakesATrip 0077

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