Punisher Hat

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Punisher Hat Pattern

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Crocheting: Punisher Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Single Crochet
  • How to carry work

Pattern Description:

I made the 1st Punisher hat back in 2011, for my best friends husband.

I had always meant to write up a pattern and finally found the time nearly 2 yrs later.

Although the pattern appears to be a graph pattern, there is NO graph available.

The ENTIRE pattern is written out, step by step. I wanted something easy, so everyone could do it.

I personally HATE getting patterns that have a graft with the only directions are to follow the graph.

I also color coded the pattern, to make the steps easier to follow.

I had 5 testers ranging from beginner to experience and they all loved it.

You MAY sell items you make using my patterns. I would appreciate credit for the pattern itself.

You may NOT sell, trade, or giveaway the pattern itself.

I give instructions and photos in pattern on switching your colors and on how to carry your work.

Gauge:

Gauge- 5sc X 6rows= 2" X 2"(hat length from top to brim will be between 8.5-9")

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Option 1 is 8.5-9" in length. Option 2 is 8-8.5

Materials:

  • J hook
  • 2 colors worsted weight yarn
  • needle for weaving in ends

About Designer

About Designer

Lenox on craftsy.com

I started crocheting last September as a way to curve boredom. I learned quickly using youtube videos and have recently branched out to making my own patterns!

My DandeLion is my 1st official pattern and I couldn't be prouder:)

I live in big old Texas. am the wife of a police officer, and mother of 3 beautiful children,

I am currently looking for more testers for my patterns. You get ...

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