I’m afraid I’m a little bit behind this week, as I haven’t gotten a chance to post my WIP Wednesday yet (not sure if I will, truth be told), but I can at least re-blog this pattern from January 2016. In some parts of the world it’s still cool enough for a springtime hat? I know that here in Albuquerque it’s more like summer. The socks have come off and the sandals are out of the closet ☀️😁
I’ve been thinking about revising this pattern, but for now I’m just working through my yarn stash, before I buy more!
Anyway, I hope you enjoy! Stay cool!
Still using up my leftover’s, I made this hat following the pattern I created for the You Are My Sunshine Infants Hat Pattern. There are a few differences, however. First of all, I used size 5 crochet thread and a 3.25 mm hook, rather than yarn and the larger hook. Secondly, this one fits an adult, and I didn’t make a pattern for a child sized one (although going by gauge and textbook measurements, I could guess at the pattern for a child sized, if you’re interested). And last but not least, there is no pointy little brim on it, just a trim of hdc’s.
Springtime Beanie Pattern
© Amanda Bryant 2016
Bernat Handicrafter crochet thread size 5- Fresh Fern (Color A) and Iris (Color B)
3.25 mm hook
sewing or embroidery needle
Gauge: 6 clusters= 2 inches…
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