I was never a fan of a hard-copy-yarn-craft-journal. As a Techno Nerd, I always thought Ravelry was the only way to go. But then I was contacted to review this one.
Yep. It’s worth a look. AND I began to think of other benefits… like passing it down to another knitter in the family! Hmmm…. What do YOU think?
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I refer to this chart A LOT! You’ll hear me mention it in videos; you’ll see it included in some of my patterns and I often refer to it when I’m working on a hat! The actual info in the chart came from a blog called Slugs on the Refrigerator but it’s not available in its original form. (Looks like the website was redesigned and the chart lost it’s formatting.) Just for convenience, I put it back into an easy-to-read table below.
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||Flat Circle Diameter
||13 – 15 inches
||12 -14 inches
||4.5 – 5 inches
||16 – 19 inches
||14 – 18 inches
|1 – 3 Years
||18 – 21 inches
||17 – 20 inches
||20 – 22 inches
||19 – 21 inches
NOTE: Flat Circle Diameter measurement is for top-down crochet construction.