This pattern made its debut at the Halos of Hope booth during STITCHES West 2014 in Santa Clara, CA.
This beanie was designed as it was because of 2 things: 1) listening to breast cancer survivors telling me that crocheted hats tend to be too hot on their heads, even with lace work in them, and 2) I wanted something stretchy enough to fit a variety of heads! The slouchy factor was added because it is a style now that is very popular with teens, and I wanted this hat to be wearable and fashion-forward for all ages. I love to wear the slouchy look as well!
All process from this pattern will benefit Halos of Hope. Each pattern purchase will ship 19 hats to a cancer center across the country.