- Crocheted Bubble Hat -

It is with butterflies in my belly I am writing my first blog post. The excitement of where this might lead, resembles the first time I ever picked up a crochet hook. My first pattern release is a crocheted Bubble Hat, but you may also call it a French Beret.
I have always loved how stylish a french beret makes you look, but looking at them in the store, I found that I wanted a little more texture than that of a felt beret + I could not find a colour that I really loved – Instead I decided to crochet my own.
Off to the yarn shop I went and I found some fantastic wool skeins matching a hook size 3mm.

Crocheted Bubble Hat

(Click on linked yarn labels and image to purchase online)

Yarn
2 balls of 50g wool 4-PLY – colour A
1 ball of 50g wool 4-PLY – colour B
1 ball of 50g Wool 4-PLY – colour C
Suggested yarn: Lang Yarns Merino 150
Hook
3 mm
Gauge
Magic Circle + row 1 – 3 = diameter 3,5 cm
Finished Size
Outer circumference 87 cm
Inner circumference 44 cm
As the name suggests, this is a pattern mainly in Bubble Stitches. If you feel unsure whether you can crochet this stitch, check out my tutorial on Bubble Stitches.

Camilla

Homemade & Heartmade

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