Cherry Blossom Hat Digital Crochet Pattern
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This hat was inspired by the cherry blossoms blooming in spring. The air is still cool, and sometimes, there's even still a touch of snow!
This hat is designed to be a spring/fall hat, perfect for that half-skein of leftover sock yarn. You can get two hats (depending on size) from one standard (400 yard) skein of sock/fingering yarn! If substituting yarn, look for a yarn with a good bit of memory. I would suggest a fingering-weight wool/nylon or wool blend with a good bit of memory, or, a yarn blend with some elastic blended in. Fingering or sport weight acrylic would also work well in this pattern.
Both samples are shown in size small - the first sample is workedin WeCrochet's Stroll Fingering in "Rhapsody" . (This is an affiliate link, meaning I get a commission if you make a purchase - there's no extra cost to you!). The second sample is worked in The Blue Brick's Killarney Sock in "Iceberg"
Pattern is written in US Terminology.
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Sizes Available: S (L)
Head Circumference: 20.5 (24.75) inches (52, 63 cm)
To be worn with approximately 1 inch negative ease.
150 (183) yards (137, 167) of fingering or sock yarn. Samples Shown in 1 skein WeCrochet Stroll Fingering in "Rhapsody", or 1 skein The Blue Brick Killarney Sock in "Iceberg"
3.5 mm (US E) crochet hook
Adjust hook size as needed to match gauge.
one locking stitch marker
Gauge for Pattern:
15.5 sts and 9 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in the Berry Stitch Pattern.
• chain stitch
• slip stitch
• single crochet
• half double crochet cluster stitch
• double crochet
• decreases: single crochet two together
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Photography: Stephanie Wallace
1) A person wearing a mesh lace crochet hat worked in blue fingering-weight yarn
2) A person wearing a mesh lace crochet hat worked in blue fingering-weight yarn. The person is beside a budding tree branch
3) A close up of the mesh lace Cherry Blossom Stitch; worked in fingering-weight yarn
4 and 5) A person wearing a mesh lace crochet hat worked in blue fingering-weight yarn
6) A person wearing mesh lace crochet hat, worked in a pale blue/aqua fingering-weight yarn
7) A lace crochet hat, made in fingering-weight yarn, laying flat against a snowbank.