Crochet Project of the Week: Coriander Puff Hat
Hats are objectively my most-worn handmade items. I’m not sure if I have more bad hair days than most or what, but I often find I like my outfit better with a hat than without. For this fall season, I’ve got my eye on the Coriander Puff Hat from Interweave Crochet Fall 2019, an adorable basic pattern with an adjustable amount of slouch.
I love the lightly slouchy look achieved in the magazine sample, but I think I would add a few more repeats of the pattern before shaping the crown for a truly cozy look. And take a closer look at that crown! I love how the columns of puff stitches merge at the center point.
A striking combination of puff and post stitches creates an allover pattern that stuns in Natasha Robarge’s design. The pattern is easy to memorize, for cozy social stitching at fall activities and sporting events! Choose your favorite fall color of Plymouth Yarn Galway Worsted and get started today. If you love the pattern, this is a great easy choice for holiday gifts as well. Each hat uses just one ball, so you can try out a bunch of different colors for all your lucky recipients—or keep them all for yourself!
What do you think of the Coriander Puff Hat? Would you make one, or several? And what color would you choose? Let us know in the comments, and give Natasha some love!
Pattern Details: Coriander Puff Hat by Natasha Robarge
FINISHED SIZE 18 (20-1/4, 22-1/2)” brim circumference.
YARN Plymouth Yarn Galway Worsted (100% wool; 210 yd [192 m]/3-1/2 oz [100 g]; ): #756 sunflower heather, 1 ball.
HOOK Sizes G/6 (4.25 mm), G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
NOTIONS Yarn needle.
GAUGE 15 sts and 9 rnds = 4″ in patt with larger hook.
Yours in Stitches,