Snidget Hat Pattern - Digital Download

“I open at the close.” - Golden Snitch

The Golden Snitch was originally not a ball, but a little magical bird called a Golden Snidget. It was introduced in 1269, when the Chief of the Wizards’ Council, Barberus Bragge, unleashed a Golden Snidget during a Quidditch match, offering a reward of 150 Galleons to the player who caught the Snidget. - Quidditch Through the Ages

This fun design is a great way to learn something new! It’s designed from the crown down to the brim (a top-down hat!), has a fun butterfly stitch, and a decorative bind off. This way of constructing a hat allows you to try it on as you go, provided you use longer cords or dpns!

Materials:
Bulky weight yarn: ~95-100 yards
CC: 12 -14 yards
US 11/ 8mm 16” circular needles
US 11/ 8mm 32” circular needles and/ or dpns
US 10/ 6mm 16” circular needles

Light Bulky/ Aran weight yarn: ~110 - 115 yards
CC: 15 - 17 yards
US 10/ 6mm 16” circular needles
US 10/ 6mm 32” circular needles and/ or dpns
US 8/ 5mm 16” circular needles

Worsted weight yarn: ~130 yards
CC: 18 - 20 yards
US 7/ 4.5mm 16” circular needles
US 8/ 5mm 32” circular needles and/ or dpns
US 8/ 5mm 16” circular needles

  • Stitch marker
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Crochet hook (same size as needles for body)

*Also includes bonus patterns for DK weight and a cupcake style!

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