Daylight Savings Hat by Mary Annarella

Daylight Savings Hat

Knitting
March 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Floral Lace Pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
150 - 185 yards (137 - 169 m)
Sizes S(M, L) measure 18(20, 22)” in circumference
This pattern is available for $5.50 USD buy it now

A perfect hat for longer days when it’s still a little chilly or windy out, the lace pattern on the Daylight Savings Hat echoes the look of blooming crocuses. Work it in DK weight yarn, and you have a quick project that’s fun to wear.

The lace pattern is optimized for working in the round (Japanese lace sometimes looks wonky in the round, but no worries--I’ve worked it all out for you). Even better--the pattern has both charts AND line-by-line instructions written out, so you’re covered either way.

Pick up both the Cowl and Daylight Savings Hat patterns at a discount by purchasing them as a bundle. Note that the stitch pattern is different in the cowl from the hat, so it’s not the same exact stitch pattern.

Materials:
1(1, 1) skein Madelinetosh Tosh DK Twist (250 yds/skein, shown in Wisteria), or
1(1, 1) skein Plucky Sweater (270 yds/skein, coloway Breakfast on 5th show on p.2), or
approximately 150(165, 185) yards DK weight yarn.