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Hazy Daze Summer Hat

By: Ellen Thomas from
Hazy Daze Summer Hat
Hazy Daze Summer Hat

"When I saw this cotton, linen, silk and nettle fiber yarn at my LYS I knew exactly what I wanted to make, a summer hat. This pattern uses one skein of Plymouth Yarn Nettle Grove and can easily be worked in an afternoon. The hat is generously sized so it can be worn over a ponytail or hair clip. The hat is worked in the round from the top down and has a nice brim to shade your eyes. Directions for an optional flower embellishment are also included."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge6 sts or 2 rows of dc = 1 inch

Finished Size22 inches in circumference

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What a sweet little stylish hat! The Hazy Daze Summer Hat will make life here in my south central location a little more bearable this next summer! I've never worked with this yarn before but I really like the looks of it. I may try sandcastle or strawberry or sapphire or mermaid or purple parrot...choices...choices. Or maybe one of each! A bonus is the sweet treat flower. I can see embellishing one of my greeting cards soon!

I so want this Hazy Daze Summer Hat! I love the open weave of the shell stitch with the V stitch. This pattern is well written and easy to understand. I will be making this one to use in the garden and walking on the beach. I would like to make mine into a ponytail hat, but not to sure how to start it? I have long long hair and having my hair off my neck is a must in the hot summer days. So I'll be playing with this pattern for a few days and see if I can make a place for my pony tail. Any suggestions would be appreciated on helping me achieve this. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.


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