I don’t really wear hats in the spring, but this year I’m finding myself really attracted to spring-like hat patterns. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I’m overdue for a haircut and feel like every day is a bad hair day!
Whatever the reason, this Wasabi Hat by Meg Meyers for Classic Elite Yarn is a lovely, easy pattern that will get you through the chill mornings of spring with warm ears and a good attitude.
It’s a quick project that actually doesn’t use a lot of yarn. One skein of the company’s Alpaca Sox yarn will make three hats, so it’s a perfect gift solution that won’t break the bank. I think I even have a skein of that yarn in the colorway shown, too.
[Photo via Classic Elite Yarns.]
By Sarah White