Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Stormy Day Hat (newborn size)










Needs:

Size “H” crochet hook.
Red Heart Super Saver in “Zebra” or comparable yarn of your choice.
Stitch Marker.

Stitch abbreviations used:
Ch: Chain.
Sc: Single Crochet.
Dc: Double Crochet.

Pattern Notes: Rounds are worked in continuous rows with no
turns or slip stitches to close/connect rows unless otherwise noted.
Stitch Marker is used to mark each round: Move the stitch marker
at the completion of each row to the last Sc or Dc of each row
before beginning each new row.

Directions:
Begin by chaining three. Slip stitch into first chain to form a circle.

Row 1: Ch 2. Crochet eleven Dc into circle (total of 12 Dc)
Row 2: 2 Sc in top of each Dc (24 Sc.)
Row 3: Dc in top of each Sc (24 Dc.)
Row 4: 2 Sc in top of each Dc (48 Sc.)
Row 5: Dc in top of each Sc. (48 Dc.)
Row 6: Sc in top of each Dc (48 Sc.)
Rows 7 through 14: Repeat Rows 5-6.
Row 15: Sc in each Sc (48 Sc.)
End: Slip Stitch in last Sc of Row 14.
Tie off, leaving a 4 to 6 inch tail to weave into hat.
© 2008 Sandyfroglegs Designs

1 comment:

On the Creative Side said...

Thanks! I used this pattern. Alternated green and pink though, for my daughter.