Ribbed Hat

Here’s a hat that I finished in less than three hours.  It was one of those times when I wanted to crochet, but didn’t want to work on big projects.  So I picked up hook and yarn, and my fingers just started crocheting a ring, then increasing the rounds, and soon enough, a pattern formed.

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A simple ribbed pattern – one dc, FPDC in next stitch – all around.  Change yarn colours to break up the monotony of working with one colour, if you like.

And at the end of the night, a completed hat.   As easy as that, another hat to add to the collection to be given out.

One person; one hat at a time.  It can be done.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Ribbed Hat

    • Hi Jayneil – the standard beginning rounds.
      Ch 5 and join with sl st to first stitch
      Rd 1: 2 dc in each chain
      Rd 2: 1 dc in first ch; 2 dc in next ch; repeat all around
      Rd 3: 1 dc in first ch, dc in next ch; 2 dc in next ch; repeat all around
      Rd 4: 1 dc in first three ch; 2 dc in next ch; repeat all around
      Continued for three more rounds, increasing regularly.
      If you want ribs from the top, then FPDC beginning in Rd 4: 1 dc in first two ch; FPDC in next ch; 2 dc in next ch; repeat.
      Hope that helps.

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