Snowflake Stocking Hat

Snowflake Stocking Hat

Snowflake Stocking Hat
Snowflake Stocking Hat

"Snowflakes, pretty, pretty snowflakes! In this stocking hat, which helpfully comes in 3 sizes, you can make a hat for the whole family and craft the best holiday photos! You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size3 sizes: 18", 20" 22"

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This is a rare combination. I like stocking caps, but most are more in the novelty line. This hat actually looks like something an adult might be willing to wear in public and not just at a crazy hat or sweater Christmas party. I really like the subtle color changes, too. The bands are wide enough that they dont detract from the snowflake design. Im going to have to investigate my yarn stash to see which two blues look best together!

This hat definitely has that awwww factor because that is the first thing that came out of my mouth when I first saw the cute little picture. Just by looking at the details of the picture, I could tell immediately that this pattern was not for a beginner. I am not a beginner, and I do love a challenge. This pattern has row by row detailed instructions to make it easier.

I would need three Caron One Pound skeins for this hat? Seems like an awful lot of yarn. I am sure that not all of each color/skein will be used. May I say, this is quite an intricate and detailed pattern! I would classify this as an advanced pattern, but that is just me. It's got carrying colors, working a pattern with colors, not to mention the workings of the hat itself. If you are trying this one, I'd be interested in knowing how long it took you to make it.

The designer stated that she USED Caron one pound yarn. Right above that she says that the project requires about 5 oz of yarn not 3 pounds. That would be a very heavy hat LOL

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