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Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern
Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern
Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern
Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern
Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern
Popcorn Edge Crochet Hat Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet
  • slp st
  • ch
  • dc
  • dc around the post
  • Picot st, instructions for special stitches are written in the pattern
  • Basic sewing if you choose fabric sash

Pattern Description:

What a beauty this hat is! Change the color and you have a hat for any fashion need. Make a basic hat....and with a change of ribbon or sash you have a totally different look! I work hard to make my patterns easy. This pattern has a tutorial with great pictures and instructions, making it easy enough for a beginner. Of course I am never far from the computer, so I am always here to help you along if needed. I used Caron Simply soft, but any 4-ply yarn will do. This pattern is written in American Standard terms, and sized for preemie thru toddler, and even up to 7yrs. I have a friend who uses a larger hook and extra rows to achieve an adult size hat, but I haven't tested that one enough for a written pattern yet.

Gauge:

D/3/3.25mm=preemie thru 3 months F/5/3.75mm= 6 months thru 12 months Gauge 4"w=10dc; 3"h=5 rows H/8/5MM - 12mo through 7yr Gauge 4"w=8dc; 3"h=4rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • preemie through 7 yr or preteen, measurements given in pattern

Materials:

  • Crochet HookD/3/3.25mm=preemie thru 3 months
  • F/5/3.75mm= 6 months thru 12 months
  • H/8/5MM - 12mo through 7yr
  • Scissors
  • Sewing needle and thread

You Will Also Need:

  • 60" ribbon
  • 1/8 yd of 60" of fabric, if you choose fabric sash
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$4.99

Intermediate
Crocheting
Accessory
Girls, Infant/Baby
Hat
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I am a happy mother of 5 children, who refused to buy the ordinary, when I knew I could make the extraordinary. I started my journey in creating, when my grandmother taught me to crochet as a little ...

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