Pattern Release: Cherry Blossom Hat!

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Well, with the blooming of the Cherry Blossoms in Toronto's High Park, it's perfect timing for the release of the Cherry Blossom Hat! It's available in my Web Shop and on Etsy!

A person wearing a mesh lace crochet hat worked in blue fingering-weight yarn
Photography: Stephanie Wallace

 This hat is designed to be a spring/fall hat, perfect for that half-skein of leftover sock yarn. You can get two hats (depending on size) from one standard (400 yard) skein of sock/fingering yarn! It's worked from the brim to the crown, with the crown decreased in pattern.
Sizes Available: Adult Small and Large
Head Circumference: 20.5 (24.75) inches (52, 63 cm)

Pattern uses 150 to 183 yards (137 to 167 meters) of fingering-weight or sock yarn

Sample is shown in *WeCrochet Stroll Fingering in  "Rhapsody", which WeCrochet kindly gave me as part of their yarn support agreement with designers!  

This pattern has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.

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If you've got feedback, comments, or questions about the pattern, you can comment here, or send me an e-mail!