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This is Roserock Ripple Hat. Maybe you're my biggest fan and you're already be familiar with my Roserock Ripple Scarf and realize that this hat is made to match it. However, maybe you're a new friend and didn't know this. No problem. Years ago, I designed a scarf. It was made in a ripple stitch that has stripes of solid and stripes if mesh. It was beaded. I found the leftovers of the yarn in my yarn closet and decided to design a matching hat.
The hat is made in the same ripple stitch pattern and is also beaded. It begins with a wide band and is long enough to be a slouchy hat, but you can easily shorten it to make a fitted hat instead.
The pattern is written in sizes 16", 18", and 20" head circumference. That's the size of the hat. You should choose a size 1-6" smaller than your own head circumference because this hat is very stretchy. It uses 2 skeins of Jojoland Melody, a wool fingering weight yarn, and a size F/5/3.75mm crochet hook. I really love the colors of Jojoland Melody, it's really a favorite of mine for that reason.
If you make this hat, I'd love to see photos! You can share them on Ravelry or on my Facebook page.
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