Dreamy Hat

Dreamy Hat

"The Dreamy Hat is soft, fluffy and squishy, it is in fact “dreamy”. It’s thick and warm for cold days, but remarkably light. I added a cuffed band instead of the usual band and a pom-pom for fun. The pattern stitch is a super easy one row repeat that creates a horizontal bar and nice texture. I’ve used this stitch in blankets before and really love how easily and quickly it works up. This is a great stitch to work in stripes or self striping yarn too. Sizes: Toddler, Child, Adult Small, Adult Medium/Large Designed in worsted weight yarn."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeToddler, Child, Adult

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This hat is worked from the band up toward the crown (which is gathered to close). Whats different is that when you work the decreases on the side of the hat, you SKIP a stitch instead of working a normal decrease involving two stitches. The designer provided instructions for three sizes (Toddler, Child and Adult), but best of all, she gives the stitch count at the end of each row or round. Many thanks!

This hat is actually part of the 12 Weeks of Christmas CAL 2017. It is sponsored by Red Heart yarns and the yarn used for this hat is the Dreamy line, but you can use any yarn that is of the same gauge to get the same sizing results. The texture may be different though depending on which yarn you use.

There is so much to like about this one. It's very easy to make, doesn't take much yarn, and it's cute. I especially like the ribs that look like knitting but are crochet. I can do both but crochet seems to go faster for me. I think I will omit the Pom Pom for a guy and leave it for a gal.

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