Earlier this year, I collaborated with the Sewrella Yarn team on an exciting project: a hat patern for their new fall lookbook. That hat, the Fading Flowers Hat, is out now!
Read on for more information about where to get the pattern, easy shopping links, pattern specs, and more.
Where to Buy the Pattern
The pattern for this hat is available on the Sewrella Yarn website and on Ravelry. Because this hat is part of Sewrella’s fall pattern collection, you won’t be able to find it in my usual online shops.
About the Fading Flowers Hat
The Fading Flowers Hat is knit in Sewrella’s Classic DK yarn, a worsted-spun 4-ply yarn made of 100% superwash merino wool. It’s springy and has beautiful drape.
The hat is knit from the brim upward, starting with a provisional cast-on that eventually becomes a double brim. The crown features spiraling decreases that look like a flower in peak bloom. Around the hat is a ring of flowers and leaves made from bobbles and a creative combination of stitches.
This hat is perfect for late fall and winter. Its double brim will keep your ears extra warm, while the DK-weight yarn means the hat is cozy but not overly bulky.
Easy Shopping List
In case you want to knit this pattern using the exact materials I did, here is a shopping list with easy links for you. Some of these are affiliate links, which means if you choose to buy something through those links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I will always identify affiliate links for you. Thanks for supporting my work!
Sewrella Yarn Classic DK, colorway Cashmere (affiliate link)
US Size 8 (5.9 mm) DPNs (affiliate link)
Stitch markers (budget option) (affiliate link)
Stitch markers (fancy option) (affiliate link)
If You Like This Pattern, You’ll Also Like…
The Miramar Scarf, which also plays with little bobble clusters in fun ways
The Madeleine Hat DK, another DK-weight hat pattern that’s great for gift knitting
The Pyrifera Socks, which also incorporate botanical-inspired stitches