Fortune's Hat


"Fortune’s Hat features the same open lacy fabric as the matching Shawlette and Wrap, with a simple brim and optional decorative buttons! Shown in a super slouchy style, it’s easy to make into a beanie if you prefer, with the included instructions. Made with Lion Brand Superwash Merino, this is a fun and quick one skein pattern - in fact, you can get 2 hats out of just one skein!"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook, L/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeMost adults/teens 22-24"

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Superwash Merino
  • US-L hook
  • US-J hook
  • 2 buttons (optional, any size)

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Todays pattern of the day, the Fortunes shawlette, would look amazing paired with this hat. I love the color of this, as well as the intricate design! There are so many different colors this hat would look beautiful in, I cant decide which to use first! Do you have a favorite color to make your hats?

I love easy patterns that are easy and come with matching pieces. This Merino yarn is really great to work with and I am excited about making this hat. I am having trouble trying to decide if I want the shawlette or the wrap. I suppose after I make the hat, I will have a better idea of which I would like to make.

Adorable hat and yep, appropriate for the warmer months of spring and early summer. I see that there are patterns for both a shawlett and wrap. I love it when a pattern has matching pieces. I am not surprised by the genius that is Moogly.

I remember those other Fortunes projects, so I was thrilled to find that now theres not only a matching hat, but its a slouchie! Tamaras hats are always a joy to work up because not only are they so attractive, but most are very easy to work up. Theres a green Print Friendly button at the bottom of the page, too. I always choose the .pdf option so I can access this pattern on my tablet.


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