Wings of Hope Crochet Hat was designed to bring awareness to pancreatic cancer (hence the color purple), but it could easily be made in any color you wish.
- The pattern is written in two sizes, one for chemo hats and one for general adult hat size.
- The hat brim is made flat then stitches are worked across the long edge then joined to work the body of the hat in the round.
- Pom Pom is optional.
- The full video tutorial on the Marly Bird YouTube Channel. It will walk you through all the stitches you need to know to make this amazing hat.
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WINGS OF HOPE CROCHET HAT MEASUREMENTS
Adult Without Hair (Adult With Hair)
Adult Without Hair— Brim to top of hat = 10” [25.4 cm]; Circumference = 20” [50.8 cm] around brim, 22” [55.88 cm] around body.
Adult With Hair— Brim to top of hat = 10” [25.4 cm]; Circumference = 22” [55.88 cm] around brim, 24” [60.96 cm] around body.
1 wing stitch set = 2.2” with larger hook.
SKILL LEVEL: Adventurous Beginner
This is a beginner-friendly crochet hat pattern especially for the adventurous beginner who wants to broaden their crochet skills just a little bit.
WINGS OF HOPE CROCHET HAT MATERIALS REQUIRED
Worsted Weight Yarn
**A non-itchy yarn is recommended if making this hat for somebody without hair or going through Chemo. It’s always important to use soft yarn when making crochet or knit chemo caps.
Sample used: Caron Cakes; 17016 Bumbleberry, 1 ball [80% acrylic & 20% wool].
G/7 (4mm), H/8 (5 mm)