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Miska Moushka Mickey Mouse!
Can you tell I have a 3 year old?
This hat reminds my boyfriend of a mouse. It is super cute though.
“Miska” is the word for “mouse” translated to Slovenian.
A simple and cute hat, ideal for a beginner.
Pattern calls for the brim to be knit straight with the stitches for the hat picked up later.
A set of pictures help with the pick up of the stitches from the middle top stitch.
Two pom poms acting as ears make it super cute for children and adults alike.
(PDF download only)
or see it on Ravelry.

Sizes: Miska

To fit size:

16 – 20 inches (Toddler / Child)

(20 – 24 inches (Teen / Adult)

40.5 – 51 (51 – 61) cm


Approx 50g Stylecraft Special DK in Silver.

100% Acrylic.
1 Size 6mm / USA 10 circular needle

1 set size 5mm / USA 8 DPN’s Miska

Tapestry needle

Stitch markers as necessary

20 sts / 22 rows = 4 inches (stocking stitch)

20 sts / 34 rows = 4 inches (garter stitch)

Skills required: 

Knit and purl stitches

Knitting in the round

Picking up stitches (picture tutorial included) Miska

Decrease techniques

Instructions are provided in written format.

Originally published May 2012.

PDF file size: 419KB


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