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Harriet is crocheted in soft dk weight yarn using light and airy stitches, so it can be worn all year round without being too hot. A red bow accents the hat while the red trim ties it all together. Great for daily wear. Includes 12 detailed pictures for every step of the way, as well as a complete photo tutorial for the bow. Don't worry! All of our patterns have been gone over extensively to eliminate errors. If one is found, or if you have any questions, pattern support is of course available anytime! If you're interested to see how we do patterns before you buy, feel free to check out our Egg Delight & Charlotte patterns for free! Size 21" Circumference Skill level Intermediate Stitches used in this pattern Half double crochet (hdc) Single crochet (sc) Chain (ch) Chain space (ch sp) Stitch (st) Front loops only (flo) Yarn over (yo) Pattern support is always available! All crochetbomb patterns are written in standard US crochet terms Every crochetbomb pattern has been tested multiple times to insure accuracy Items made from this pattern may be sold if crochetbomb is credited as the pattern designer BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Changing colors Working in rounds Working in chain spaces Sew pieces together - very basic GAUGE 19 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches in half double crochet (hdc) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 21" Circumference. Will fit most adult heads. The hat can be made larger or smaller by using different yarn weights and hook sizes. SUGGESTED YARN 130 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Bernat Softee Baby & Caron One Pound COLORWAY Antique White (dk) & Claret (worsted)

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  • H-8 5.00MM crochet hook
  • Any worsted weight yarn
  • Any dk weight yarn

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