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To keep your chin warm
A great addition to any hat, very quick and easy. Highly customizable too; go lumberjack, normal, Dumbledore or Santa! I tweaked the pattern quite a bit, it took me 4 tries to get it right!

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    A couple changes that I made were making the mouth hole a few stitches smaller and the chin expand further out. I would also suggest making the chin tuck tighter against the neck.

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Krista B.
Krista B. · Hydesville, California, US · 44 projects
I always say we have a mirror twin doing and thinking exactly what we are thinking at that moment, but I happened to see this here first so in my head it is YOURS. I just saw your hat on LIVE WITH KELLY AND MICHAEL!!!! Best idea ever!!!!!!!!!! Keep making them and be ready to sell them!!!!
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sweetsundae0
sweetsundae0 · Ajax, Ontario, CA · 50 projects
Awesome!
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Dunya
Dunya · 2 projects
thats gotta be a nice warm hat
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Kammy
Kammy · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 9 projects
this is hilarious!!
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yaddayadda
yaddayadda · 15 projects
Thanks Happy It was for my brother, convincing him not to actually grow a beard
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Sew Deadly
Sew Deadly · Woodside, California, US · 5 projects
this is hysterical!
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shimpals
shimpals · Palmdale, California, US · 4 projects
LOVE!!! Welp, time to take up crocheting...
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Lisa C.
Lisa C. · Shenley, England, GB · 14 projects
This is awesome!
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Vermin Jerky
Vermin Jerky · San Diego, California, US · 22 projects
Ha! Really well done, it's amazingly convincing. You got the shape just right.
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Libby W.
Libby W. · Whitehaven, England, GB · 86 projects
I love, love, love! So awesome!
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