After making brim for hat how many more rows for 6 year old ? Is there a Chart?

by Cindy Marshall
(Paoli Indiana)

I need HELP!!! I am New to Knitting with a Loom and I am making my first Hat for my Grand Daughter's 6th Birthday. I have made the Brim, but not sure how many rows to make after that? This is a great site and hope someone can help me. Thanks!

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Jan 19, 2013
hats/lengths, links! NEW
by: Jen Tavernier

Hi Cindy, I haven't made kids hats, but if you are flipping back the binding for a double brim, maybe 6 - 8 rows?

Here are some 24 hour a day interactive links you will love! All things looming, no matter what level, Great fun people! Lots of mom's here!

Here's some very cool links -

Now - Some other major sites with vids, and very well done ones too - worth becoming a member of, or just visiting -

This is Kristen's loomknit club.Totally amazing! very interactive, 24 hours, lots of help and great people from total beginners

to masters - very cozy and fun! (The one I am at the most)
This is Kristen's youtube channel. She makes amazing videos, most on the KKs, but also Martha Stewart loom, etc. Tons

of how-tos, and she has an amazing stitch (vid) directory, trouble shooting, bind-offs, how-tos, patterns - Starts at the beginning KKs round and longloom, and then goes
way beyond, different looms, reviews, etc. all in full color!It is loomilicious! Tons of patterns also! - Excellent explanatory and see-able vids - makes it a point to go slow, and in depth.
this site belongs to Bethany Dailey - tons of free patterns and all things loomy! She also has a yahoo group that has some

amazing things in it! Please check it out. She is on the FB loom group all the time, and responds quickly!

This is the famous Mikey Selick of youtube loom/yarn/fiber fame - he has his own totally cool thing going on. Great friends

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It is a facebook group join)

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