Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Chevron Hat Pattern

This is my first adult hat pattern. I have not really done any hat patterns because it seams like when it come to hats, I could not seem to get it right. It turns out either too small or too big.

This think I got it right with this one. For the gauge, I got three inches between the points, and 4 rows equal to about an inch.

So here is what I used to make the hat.
Worsted Weight Yarn
I hook
Chain 85
Row 1: sc in second chain from hook, sc in the next 4 chains, 3 sc in the next chain, sc in the next 5 chains, skip 3 chains, *sc in the next 5 chains, 3 sc in the next chain, sc in the next 5 chains, skip 3 chains*  repeat, leaving the last 3 chains un-worked.

Don't turn, work in continuous rounds, I was working in the back loops because I like the effect, you could work in both loops.

Row 2:  Skip the first sc, *sc in the next 5 sc, 3 sc in the next sc, sc in the next 5 sc, skip 2 sc*  repeat around, ending with only skipping 1 sc

Repeat round two until you have about 6 inches if you don't want a brim, go about another 2 inches if you want a brim.

Decrease Rounds

Row 1 : Skip the first sc, *sc 2 tog, sc  in the next 3 sc, 3 sc in the next sc, sc in the next 3 sc, sc 2 tog, skip 2 sc*  repeat around, ending with only skipping 1 sc

Row 2: Skip the first sc, *sc 2 tog, sc  in the next 2 sc, 3 sc in the next sc, sc in the next 2 sc, sc 2 tog, skip 2 sc*  repeat around, ending with only skipping 1 sc

Row 3:  Skip the first sc, *sc 2 tog , sc in the next sc, 3 sc in the next sc, sc in the next sc, sc 2 tog, skip 2 sc*  repeat around, ending with only skipping 1 sc

Row 4:  Skip the first sc, *sc 2 tog , 3 sc in the next sc, sc 2 tog, skip 2 sc*  repeat around, ending with only skipping 1 sc

Row 5:  * sc 2 tog, sc in next sc, sc 2 tog* repeat around. Finish off





Remember the three chain you left un-worked from the first round, attach it so it forms a chain three loop

10 comments:

  1. This is a lovely hat! Thank you for sharing your pattern :)

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  2. Love the shape - thank you for sharing x

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  3. looks awesome :) great pattern, thanks for sharing!

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  4. What is a "skip chain three loop"...?

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    1. Ignore the word skip, you are going to make a ch 3 loop, or represent the skipped 3 chains from the first round.

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  5. Love this pattern! Thank you for sharing. I am making several for the local elementary school to give to children who have need of a hat. Again thanks!

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  6. Love this pattern! Thank you for sharing. I am making several for the local elementary school to give to children who have need of a hat. Again thanks!

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  7. Beautiful pattern .....what is tog?

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  8. tog = together. It is a decrease in the pattern.

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