I have wanted to make a new “swimming” shark to go along with my collection of shark patterns. I think they turned out really cute and will be fun for boys and girls of all ages.
I included a bow for a girly touch and a mustache for the manly sharks in our lives.
Of course they would be great in grey too, but you know I LOVE color.
Shark Family Beanies
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Materials Per Hat
Yarn: worsted weight in two colors (200 yards per color); Small amounts of red and white for mouth and teeth
IMPORTANT NOTE: Red Heart Super Saver yarn is suggested.
Please do not use soft or light weight yarns. They do not hold their shape.
Crochet Hooks: G, H, I
Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, two ½” black buttons for eyes
Measurements and Sizes
Gauge: 4” with I hook = 10 rounds and 12.5 hdc
Toddler/Child Small (18mths – 3 years): Band – 8.5” across, Height – 7.5” tall
Child Large (ages 4-10): Band – 9.5” across, Height – 8” tall
Preteen-Adult: Band – 10” across, Height 8.5” tall
Fun With Sharks
One of my testers, Stacy Dilts of Love, Hugs, & Crochet, made several of the hats and had a blast with her girls! I love seeing how much for they had playing with them and asked if I could share her pix with you.