Saturdays are for hats!

Depending on my week, Saturdays are usually for cleaning the house and running errands. It is the first day I dont have to jump out of bed, do my hair and make up and run out the door. For a long time I mostly wore a New York Yankees ball cap while cruising through my to-do list. After about the 10th person asked me why I wasn’t wearing a handmade hat I set out to create a no-fuss one with just the right fit. Hence, the “Saturday Hat” was born (remember all patterns are 40% off until the end of 2013).

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It is a slightly slouchy, open weave hat with a really nice brim. The brim was the most important part when designing this hat. Have you ever noticed that some crocheted brimmed hats have a tendency to do odd things? Some lay flat on the forehead or create a blind spot because they hover out front like a patio cover.

For over a year, it has been a best seller. 40 projects have been loaded on Ravelry and I LOVE all of them. Please check them out. Here are a few that were shared on my page today.

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By Natasha Hudgins of Yarntastic Creations by Natasha.

By Amanda Morgenstern of AMJ Crochet.

By Amanda Morgenstern of AMJ Crochet.

By Lori Vargas Agnew
By Lori Vargas Agnew
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