Snowdrift Beret by Amy Sessions

Snowdrift Beret

Crochet
January 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
7.0 mm
325 - 350 yards (297 - 320 m)
Fits 20" - 22" head
US
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I designed this hat during the biggest snow storm of the year. It was named Hercules. Now, I don’t live where snow would ever think of falling, unfortunately, so I made my own. Winter is my most favorite season of all so to celebrate it and all it’s beauty, I made this beret. I think the crown looks like a perfect snowflake that will never melt, keeping the beauty of the season with me all year through.

This pattern is deceptively simple but the results are captivating beautiful. I chose to make mine in all white but I know it will be equally as fabulous in an array of colors. Perhaps by making the flower stand out and then alternating the rows in the chosen shades you can create some Springtime magic to carry you through the winter if you don’t share the same love of the season as I do.

However you choose to make it, I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do. Please, do me a favor though. While you are making this little beret, think warm and loving thoughts because no matter who you are making this hat for, the love woven in each stitch will surely shine through.

If you have any questions or run into any challenges, be sure to email – either at my normal account or through Ravelry – and I will help you figure things out. Good luck and enjoy!