Beanie Hat Hand Knitted with Button, machine washable - SHERIDAN by Anja
SHERIDAN is part of our Oregon Towns series. Sheridan was named in honor of the American Civil War general Philip Henry Sheridan. Anja decided to use Acrylic Yarn, because sometimes you just need a utility hat that can be machine washed. It can still be a unique fashion statement! She knitted this beanie in a simple stitch with a subtle pattern, to show the multicolored hues. Then two buttons were added for accent. This item is unique because: While this hat is made from commercially available yarn, we doubt that it could be reproduced in the exact way, since every knitter's stitches are unique. Much care and work has gone into this hat, and while it can be machine washed and dried on delicate, hand washing is recommended, especially because of the button. Hand-washing is actually rather simple: Put the item in a sink with warm water and a little bit of detergent or shampoo and let it sit for a little. Gently knead it a bit, rinse and gently wring it, and roll it into a towel to absorb the remaining moisture. Then let it air dry flat. Please do not hang it up to dry.