Mysterious Hat








A hat with brim - perfect addition for the spring or the autumn. Choose different colors for kids, women, men hat. The different sizes are included in the pattern.

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This pattern uses US crochet terms.

Yarn: Worsted weight yarn / Aran (I used 50% acrilyc, 50% wool - Alize Lanagold100 grams / 3.53 ounces, 262 yards / 240 meters
Hook size: 5mm (hook size conversion chart)
Stitches used: sc, dc, fpdc, ss
Finished size: Check the notes in the pattern for different sizes - toddler and adult.

Abbreviations:
sc - single crochet
dc - double crochet
fpdc - front post double crochet
ss - slip stitch





Pattern:

Hat:

Round 1:
In mc dc 10, ss in first dc (10st).
Round 2: 
Ch 2, dc in same st, 2 dc in each st, ss at end (20 st).
Round 3 
Ch 2, dc in same st, * dc, 2dc *, repeat * - * , ss at end (30 st). 
Round 4 
Ch 2, dc in same st, * 1 dc in next two st, 2 dc in next st*, repeat * - *, ss at end (40 st). 
Round 5 
Ch 2, dc in same st, * 1 dc in next three st, 2 dc in next st*, repeat * - *, ss at end (50 st). 
Round 6 
Ch 2, dc in same st, * 1 dc in next 4st, 2dc in next st*, repeat * - *, ss at end ( 60 st). 

If you want to do this hat for a toddler skip the next 4 rounds and go to round 11.

Round 7 (adult size)
Ch 2, dc in same st, * 1 dc in next 5st, 2 dc in next st*, repeat * - *, ss at end (70 st). 
Round 8 (adult size)
Ch 2, dc in same st, * 1 dc in next 6st, 2 dc in next st*, repeat * - *, ss at end (80 st) 
This is for female adult size. If you need men size continue with the next 2 rounds (to 100 st hat crown), otherwise go to round 11.

Round 9 (men size only)
Ch 2, dc in same st, dc in each st around, 2 dc in every 8th st (90 st)
Round 10 (men size only)
Ch 2, dc in same st, dc in each st around, 2 dc in every 9th st (100 st)

Round 11 
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around , ss at the end 
Round 12
Ch 2, * fpdc in the dc under the sc row (this is the special stitch, make sure you work in the dc under the sc row you have done in the previous round), now do a normal dc *, repeat * - * around, ss at the end. 
Round 13 
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around,  ss at the end 
Round 14
SS in the next st, now work *dc in the next st, fpdc in the dc under the sc row*, repeat *-*.


Note: Everytime you start a row with fpdc - check the stitch below the row of sc, if it is fpdc then start with ch 2, dc and repeat the pattern *fpdc, dc*. If the stitch below the row of sc is dc then do a ss first, then dc, then repeat the pattern *fpdc, dc*.

Repeat row 12-14 till the desired lenght is reached.

Ending: 
Join new color and make two rows of hdc - ch2, hdc in same stitch, hdc around, end with ss.

Brim:
Kid size:
Row 1
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 8th st, ss at end
Row 2 
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 9th st, ss at end
Row 3
Rep row 2

Row 4
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around


Woman size:
Row 1
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 6th st, ss at end
Row 2
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 7th st, ss at end
Row 3
Rep row 2
Row 4
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around

Men size:
Row 1
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 10th st, ss at end
Row 2
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around, work 2sc every 11th st, ss at end
Row 3
Rep row 2
Row 4
Ch 1, sc in same st, sc around.


That's all. I've added a very simple embelishment - small crochet flower - but you may add whatever you want or keep it simple without anything.

The pattern for the flower:
In magic circle dc 10, ss in first dc. [ch 1, dc, dc, hdc] in same st, ss in next st, then repeat 4 times * [hdc, dc, dc, hdc] in same st, ss in next st *. End with ss in the first ch 1.


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12 comments:

  1. Hi, do you chain ten and then start the DC for round 1? I'mean confused maybe I'mean reading the pattern wrong. H ed love please! I love the hat. Way to go!

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    1. No. Sç 10 dc on your Magic Circle (mc

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    2. If you can't make a MAGIC CIRCLE, then make a chain of three and join with a slip st in first chain. Then, dc 10 & join. Go ahead and start row 2 with your "Ch 2", etc.

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  2. Hi, do you chain ten and then start the DC for round 1? I'mean confused maybe I'mean reading the pattern wrong. H ed love please! I love the hat. Way to go!

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  3. Hi Cynthia.
    You have to make 10 dc in magic circle and then join the circle with a slip stitch. There are plenty of detailed tutorials and videos in internet how to make a magic circle in case you don't know it.

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TsnXDsq15Q
      I just watched the above. Thanks :)

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  4. mi piace ma non riesco a capire bene laspiegazione del punto.

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  5. is there a video tutorial for the "special stitch" in this pattern? I have crocheted advanced patterns before but for the life of me I can't understand your explanation for this stitch. Please help!!!:)

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  6. The rows where you do the fpdc and dcs in the row below the sc row - do you only do the fpdcs in the row below and the regular dc's in the sc row stitches? I'm a bit confused.

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    1. Yes, correct, I editted the pattern to make it more clear.

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  7. Row 14 has me baffled. DC in the DC?? There is a SC on top of the DC, so do I encompass the SC when I work the DC? Where exactly do I put my hook? FPDC in the SC between the previous sts?? I am lost here.

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    1. Ups, english is not my language.
      You basically repeat again dc and fpdc like in row 12 but this time the fpdc goes in the dc under the sc row st, the dc stitch is in the next dc (there should be fpdc below the sc row).

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