This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations
Bernat has a brand new yarn to their line up and let me just tell you – it’s wonderful!
I’m always on the look out for the perfect spring and summer yarn to work with. I’ve spent the last two summers trying to keep everyone interested in their hobby during these warmer, busier months. A pretty significant number of you told me that the reason you put your hooks down this time of year is because it’s simply too hot to have a project laying on your lap.
I heard you loud and clear so this season I’m keeping my eye on smaller projects with “cooler” yarns.
I’ve hit the bullseye with the Dipped Tip Hat from Yarnspirations. Not only is this project small enough to fit in your hands while working it up, it uses a brand new yarn from Bernat called Beyond. Bernat Beyond is an acrylic nylon blend yarn that is fantastic to work with. It’s so silky smooth that you feel as though your working with a silk blend. It’s heavy in thickness (coming in at a super bulky #6) but not in actual weight.
The resulting project is an ultra soft, chunky but somehow lightweight hat that is perfect for spring and fall weather. To make it even better, this project is perfect for the complete beginner when paired with my video tutorial.
The Dipped Tip Hat from Yarnspirations is perfect for a beginner or a seasoned crocheter looking for a quick and simple project. The pattern is written for three sizes: child 4-6 yrs, child 8-10 yrs and adult.
Choose two of your favorite colors to make your perfect Dipped Tip Hat. There are 24 shades to choose from!
If you want to make your own Dipped Tip Crochet Hat, here’s what you’ll need to do:
- Download the free pattern from Yarnspirations
- Purchase your yarn from Yarnspirations through this link
- Watch my video tutorial to guide you through it
How to Crochet the Dipped Tip Hat with Brittany
This tutorial is also available in a left handed version. Click the link below to be directed to the left handed video on my YouTube channel.
Once you download the free pattern and order your supplies, follow along with my video tutorial to walk you through the entire pattern. This tutorial is very beginner friendly, so if this is your first hat, you’ll love it – it covers EVERYTHING. You can access the video tutorial above in right hand and left handed versions.
I can’t wait for you to give this pattern a try. I’ve hand picked it from Yarnspirations enormous database of free patterns because I really thought you would learn a great deal from it and most importantly, feel a strong sense of accomplishment when you’ve finished it. I’m here for you. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. I budget in time every single afternoon to answer every question or comment that comes through.