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One of the most frequent requests I get from crocheters is “Where can I find something for boys?”
It’s always fun when I find something perfectly suited for a boy’s tastes and little cars on a scarf and hat? Where can you go wrong?
Please note that Heather’s website provides both US and UK terms on each pattern, but note that she uses UK yarns which are very specific in weight.
For instance, she’s used a true worsted for this project and, given that she’s used a 4mm hook for the hat, trying to substitute something like Red Heart Super Saver, which is an aran weight, would probably not be a good idea.
You will need to look for something lighter than aran weight or make adjustments to the pattern in order to get the size outlined in the pattern.
This isn’t difficult, of course. It’s just a good idea to be aware of the differences in yarn weight.
You can pick up your free pattern for this set at Patterns for Crochet HERE.