Alright, hear me out . I know what you’re thinking, “Wool cap for August? Isn’t that a bit toasty?” Well, my friend, not if you do it right! The wool cap pattern is designed keeping in mind those chilly summer nights and surprise rain showers.
There’s a lightness to this cap, making it perfect for unpredictable weather. Every stitch tells a story of the late-summer mood— a dance between warmth and cool breezes. I remember feeling a swell of pride when I first donned it – it’s the ideal balance between cozy and breezy. Plus, the versatility? Absolute game-changer.
The pattern, while straightforward, offers room for creativity. Feel free to play around with colors or even throw in a decorative stitch or two. After all, this cap is all about celebrating the waning days of summer and gearing up for a fresh fall.
Designer: Amigurumi Amo
- 3.5 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
Ch – chain
St – stitch
Sl st – slip stitch
Sc – single crochet
The hat is worked in rows and each row back loop only. The hat is a rectangle 25 cm high (including the cuff) and approx 55 cm for the length (it depends on your head measurements).
45 ch + 1
Row 1: work the first sc in the second ch from hook, 35 sc, 10 sl st, ch 1, turn (45)
Row 2: 10 sl st, 35 sc, 1 ch, turn (45)
Repeat rows 1 and 2 as many times as necessary to obtain the correct measure.
With sl st sew the short sides together, with yarn needle close the hole on the top (the upper part is the one worked in sl st), secure the thread and cut off.
Turn inside out and fold the cuff. Now you can wear your hat.