Airy Vee Slouch

Airy Vee Slouch

Airy Vee Slouch
Airy Vee Slouch

"The Airy Vee Slouch was inspired by some left over Red Heart Boutique Midnight and to compliment the Draped in Diamonds Vest. The Airy Vee Slouch only uses about 2 ounces of worsted weight yarn, so it's a quick project that can be made in several different colors as gifts. You only need to be comfortable with single, half, double and treble crochet stitches. It uses a standard v-stitch and a tall v-stitch to create the openness. If you want warmth, use a yarn with animal fibers."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4.5 tall v-stitches x 5.75 rows = 4 in x 4in

Finished Size17.5 in x 12 in

Materials List

  • Red Heart Boutique Midnight or any worsted weight, 2 oz
  • scissors
  • yarn needle

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This is the ultimate Bad Hair Day/Grab and Go hat. Were heading into winter here, and that means turning on the heat and subsequently lots of static electricity and fly away hair. Even though its cooler, I dont always need a heavy hat, so this is perfect for those nippy days when I need to run errands and my hair just will not cooperate!

A lot of slouchy hats are more tightly woven and thicker, but the design of this slouchy hat is what I like the best about it... the open chains and the airy look to it make it suitable to keep on my head even while indoors without looking like I should be wearing my coat. It is almost like an accessory piece, to go with your favorite tunic and leggings.

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