Sunday, August 31, 2008

Hats

Pass The Hat Please !!!!!
I made more hats this week.. The hat itself is great but getting the Brims to behave is the Challenge.. I think if you do the brim with double yarn it comes out better...I think I will redo the brim on one of them.
Several People have asked for the Directions so let me TRY to explain!!!!

The Hat is crochet... I used a G hook for the hat and a F hook for the brim...Worsted weight yarn...
Chain 4 ....Join to a circle..
Do 9 trbl(treble) crochet in circle....
Chain 3 do a double treble anround post of first treble...do treble in space and double treble around post of next treble... Continue around and join with a slip stitch..
Chain 3 and do a treble in each space and a double treble around post of double treble....
Continue in this manner until you have 9 trebles between the double post treble....
Chain 1.. double crochet next two sts together.. continue doing the two sts around....
Do two rows of double crochet around..... Thats the HAT.. Now you find a brim that works for you... I googled several newsboy caps and tried a few of the brims.. Like I said.. The best ones are done using double yarn... I actually like the hat without the Brim too!!!!
Hope you can make sense out of these directions....Good Luck!!!
Let me know how you make out!!! :)

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8 comments:

sue said...

They look great.

Carrie Penny said...

Super cute and cool! Now any kid will need is a pair of shades!

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Katidids said...

Those are great, the colors are a good choice

TatianaSh said...

very nice hats! I like them :)

Heidi said...

Those are so cute!

Samantha said...

Wow, they are fabulous!!

isabelle said...

Très jolies ces casquettes, bravo à vous!