Starry Starry Night - Star Stitch Hat

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Starry Starry Night - Star Stitch Hat Pattern


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Crocheting: Starry Starry Night - Star Stitch Hat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Pattern Description:

Please read the whole listing, no refunds are given once the item is downloaded, please ask me any questions you have before purchasing. Thank you :)

This is a crochet PDF pattern NOT the finished item. The picture is for illustration purpose only!

This pattern is in English and is worked in US crochet terms.

Pattern includes instructions to make the hat any size with any yarn or hook you prefer.

Supplies needed:

Tape Measurer



Any yarn you prefer.
I used for the hat in the picture:
Drops Nepal, Yarn thickness group C, 50 gr = 82 yds, 10wpi
SC 10x10cm (4x4) = 17st x 22 rows
HDC 10x10cm (4x4) = 13st x 11 rows
StarSt 10x10cm (4x4)= 8st x 6 rows


Hook needle 5mm or Hook that is specified with your yarn

3 colors

Yarn needle to weave in ends

Stitches used:
MC - Magic Circle
CH - Chain
SLST - Slip stitch
SC - Single Crochet
FPSC - Front Post Single Crochet
HDC - Half Double Crochet
FPHDC - Front Post Half Double Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
FPDC - Front Post Double Crochet
The Invisible Join
StarST (beginning, increase) - explained in pattern


Included is the pattern for the matching fingerless gloves!

Big thank you to my testers!!

Own design

(c) Patricia Stuart 2013 This pattern and items made from it are intended for your personal use only.

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About Designer

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I'm a mum of 2 beautiful little human beings, aged 4 and 5. Staying at home to give my youngest the best help and support to give him a good start in life, as he has severe speech and language difficulties.

So I needed a hobby and I discovered I had a hidden talent in Crochet. I like to design and to make new things. I'm not good at repeating projects. Once a project is finished, I'm ready to ...

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