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Inspiralled Crochet hat A pattern designed for a Fiber Minds Crochet Along

Here is a tiny version I did!!



Supplies

Caron's simply soft
g crochet hook

2dc = 2 double crochet in the same space
dc2= double crochet in the next 2 spots
Adult hat Follow rounds
R1 - 12 dc ( ch counts as 1st dc) ( use a yarn marker if desired)
R2 - 2dc in each
R3 - 2dc, 1dc, repeat
R4 - 2dc, 1 dc, 1dc,
R5 - 2dc, 1dc, 1dc, 1dc repeat  ** to make this size work randomly work in 3 extra increases***
R 6- dc 4, skip 1, v stitch, skip 1 repeat   ( v stitch is dc, ch1, dc all in the same space)
R7 - dc 3, skip 1 , make a shell in the first part of the V stitch, skip 2, repeat  
R 8- dc 1, 2dc, dc1 skip 2, make a shell, skip 2, repeat ( shell is 2dc, chain1, 2 dc  all in the same space)
R 9- dc 3, skip 2, shell, skip 2 repeat
 repeat Row 9 until the desired length! For toddler hat pleas follow the video!   Look what The talented amazing Naztazia did!
Source: naztazia.com via Mary on Pinterest

Comments

  1. A HUGE thanks to Lisa Peterson Norton who found mistakes and let me know in a sweet and wanting to help way!!! I love my readers, you guys rock :)

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  2. going to do this for my mom so using an H hook as she doesn't like to be able to feel the hat on her ears...should done soon and will post in fiberminds

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