Harriet Hat Pattern Testing

I joined a Ravelry group called ‘Free Pattern Testers’.  It’s really cool, I’ve already tested four patterns, and it’s quite fun.  So I knew where to go when I had a pattern that needed testing.

The Harriet Hat is a slouchy, beret-style hat that can be made with one skein of Lily Sugar’n’Cream Cotton.  (I made it in denim because that’s what I had laying about.)  It took me about 2 hours to make, so it’s a good weekend project.  And it can fit any size head, because of the chain drawstring.

Here’s what it looks like…



I’m looking for 3-5 testers to test this pattern by September 10th.  If you’re interested, you need to be a member on Ravelry, and join the Free Pattern Testers Group (click here.)  It would be a good idea to read their rules before signing up.

Then, if you’re interested, head on over to the Harriet Hat thread to sign up!  I’d love it if you joined us.  But if testing’s not your thing, don’t worry, because the pattern will be available in the future.


EDITED TO ADD ~ I have gotten all the testers I need, just so you’re not surprised if you head over there.  😉


Stay tuned for more Yarn Wars tomorrow ~ see you then! 😉

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