Last week, I really thought that spring was on its way in our neck of the woods. Early flowers were starting to poke up out of the ground, trees and shrubs were starting to bud, and the birds were getting noisier in the morning. But then a snowstorm came through on Sunday, and this week temperatures feel more like early January than early March.
That means I still need to wear a hat to stay warm. Conveniently, I have a new hat pattern out today!
Designed to coordinate perfectly with my Elodia Mitts, this lightweight, slouchy hat is the perfect topper for those days when you need just a light layer. A twisted stitch brim ensures a snug fit around the head, and a lace panel with the familiar Elodia stitch pattern adds a touch of elegance. The amount of slouch is easy to adjust.
The hat has been graded to three sizes to fit children through large adult heads. I've once again used Murky Depths Deep Sock fingering weight yarn, and less than a skein is needed for every size. The lace panel is fully charted and written. As with all my patterns, this one has been professionally tech edited to ensure that it is correct and error free. You can find all the specifics on the Ravelry pattern page.