Crafster user 3RaysOfSunshine made this wonderful shark-attack hat for her son. I wish I had one to wear to my next court-appearance!
Shark Attack Hat
I made this hat for my son - he wanted a mean shark. I saw the dead fish hat pattern and loved the idea - I just varied the pattern quite a lot to make different looking species. And felted it so it looks like it jumped out of the water and landed on his head...
I basically cast 90 stitches onto a size 9 circular needle and winged it from there. I used Patons wool and it felted great.
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