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I have been loving my Studio Messy Bun Hat and have only take it off to play with the two other variations of the Studio Hats, for which the patterns are now available (see pattern links above).
You can download the pattern for all 3 hats from Ravelry, Etsy & Love Crochet
The Studio Beanie Set Options
The two new designs are great versatile unisex hat designs which would look great in any colour combination.
The Slouchy Beanie got it’s first outing playing in the autumn leaves when it was still warm enough to go out without a coat (just!).
The Fitted Beanie has a little more elegance (as much as I can demonstrate elegance!) and works fantastically paired with the Studio Scarf
The Messy Bun Hat is playful and perfect for this with ALL the hair!
The download includes full add free printable patterns for the Messy Bun Hat, the Fitted Beanie AND the Slouchy Beanie, all in the beautiful texture of the Studio Range.
This studio beanies are great for beginners, working with just two stitches.
5.5mm / I hook
Yarn: A varying amount of aran / worsted weight yarn I used of Women’s Institute Soft and Smooth Aran yarn in grey and teal. The specific yardage depends on the pattern you choose
Yarn needle & scissors
All patterns are written out separately with full stitch explanations and links to youtube tutorials where appropriate. Approximate measurements of the finished items are outlined in the pattern.
The Studio Messy Bun Hat Pattern was originally published, and is still available as a free pattern on my blog
The Fitted Beanie comes in two size options (Small and Larger adult)
These hats are unisex and, using Aran or Medium weight yarn,they work up very quickly and make great gifts for loved ones (including yourself!)
The Pattern is suitable for beginners with some experience and describes the colour options you see in the pictures, though the Hats can be made in any colour combination.
Pattern Links Ravelry, Etsy & Love Crochet
As always, you can contact me with any questions about the pattern.
I hope you enjoy these hats, and as always, don’t forget to tag me in your finished makes! Nothing makes me happier than seeing my designs brought to life by others. I love the colour choices and personal touches you add to the patterns!
On Instagram, you can use the hashtag #HookMeHappy or just tag @doradexplored. You can tweet me your pictures, or add your them to my Facebook page. And if socials aren’t your thing, feel free to email me your efforts. It really does make my day! I’m also a huge fan of Pinterest so if you like my patterns I’d love it if you pin them, or visit my Pinterest page which showcases some wonderful inspirational crochet patterns – the talent out there blows my mind!
Until next time.
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(C) DoraDoes 2018. You may sell what you make from my patterns, but please credit me as the designer. The pattern is for personal use only and may not be shared. My photos may be shared with credit.
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