Summer Berry Hat
Strawberry season in the Pacific Northwest is very short. If you blink, it’s gone. And if it rains when you blink, you are really out of luck. If, however, you jump in at the right moment, you are sure to find pure bliss. Our berries may not be as big as our neighbor’s to the south, but I challenge anyone to find any better tasting.
This hat pattern is designed to honor those berries and the farmers who grow them. I used a worsted-weight cotton since I made it to wear on summer evenings when it cools off. You may choose to do the same, or if you prefer a warmer berry, use wool, acrylic or even mohair!