The hat is very simple, using basic crochet stitches however going back forth between dc and sc, this hat has an interesting look, yet only takes a few hours to make.
Since it is a basic slouchy, this hat could also be embellished with buttons or a pom-pom, or leave as is if making for a male. The size as is should fit an average person, however increasing/decreasing the hook if needed for a different size.
The hat project time is about 1 to 2 hours.
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Chunky yarn size 5 used Serenity by Deborah Norville in Almond or any chunky size 5 yarn.
Size m/9.00 hook
Double Crochet – dc
Single Crochet – sc
Double Crochet Decrease – sc dcr
The hat is worked from the bottom up.
With M hook chain 40. Being careful not to tangle the chain, slip stitch to form a ring.
Round 1 ch 1 (does not count as a stitch and throughout). Sc in the same stitch as the ch 1, then sc around. Sl st in first sc. 40 sc
Round 2 ch 2 (does not count as a stitch and throughout). Dc in the same stitch as the ch 2, then dc in each stitch around. Sl st in the first dc. 40 dc
Round 3 - 4 ch 1. sc in the same stitch as the ch 1, then sc in each stitch around. Sl st in the first sc. 40 sc
Round 5 repeat round 2
Round 6 - 7 repeat rounds 3-4
Round 8 - 9 repeat round 2
Round 10 - 11 repeat rounds 3-4
Round 12 - 13 repeat rounds 8 - 9
Round 14 Ch 2. Dc dcr in each stitch around. Dc in the last stitch. Sl st into the first dc dcr. 20 dc dcr, 1 dc
Round 15 ch 2. Dc dcr in each stitch around. Dc in the last stitch. Sl st into the first dc dcr. 10 dc dcr, 1 dc.
Leaving a long tail, weave in the tail in 10 stitches, and then pull the tail until the hole closes.
Be sure to look out for day 7.
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