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Serpensortia Hat, crochet pattern


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This is an unusual hat that uses the different weights of yarn to give texture to the body of the hat. It is steampunk style and finished with toggles on the sides. My testers have come up with all sorts of unusual fasteners so take a look :) A great pattern for using up scraps of different weight yarns and one skein of a beautiful bulky that you didn't know what to do with. The construction makes this an intermediate pattern. This pattern has been tested and tech edited to ensure the highest quality possible. I am always available for questions or comments. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sc, dc, work in the round changing hook size and colour GAUGE Using sc, G/4mm hook and fine Dk/sports weight yarn 18sts & 20 rows over 4"/10cm Using dc, H/5mm hook and bulky weight yarn 12 sts & 6 rows over 4"/10cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Size: Small (child): 18.5"/ 48cm around. (head 18.5 - 20", 48 - 51cm), 8.5"/22cm deep Med: 20.5" /52cm around. (head 20.5 - 22", 52 - 56cm), 9.5"/24cm deep Large: 22"/56cm around (head 22 - 24", 56 - 61cm), 10.5"/27cm deep SUGGESTED YARN 130 yards of Chunky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cardellino by Moda Vera or any other bulky, Aran or heavy worsted weight yarn

Recommended with this pattern

  • H/5mm crochet hook & G/4mm crochet hook or size that gives correct tension/gauge
  • 1 skein (130yds/120m) Cardellino by Moda Vera or any other bulky, Aran or heavy worsted weight yarn. 100yds/90m fine Dk or sports weight yarn.
  • 2 metal snake toggles or other suitable toggles. Stitch markers, scrap yarn or safety pins.

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Sarah Jane Designs
Sarah Jane Designs
I am a knitter and a crocheter that has been crafting in various forms for nearly 40 years. I have been crafting for so long I don't remember how I started. I do know however that as a mother of 8 children craft is what helps me stay sane :)